Tracks, karts, arenas and modes
"Thank you for your patience"
If you've tried out the online portion of Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled on Nintendo's hybrid video game system, you may or may not have had a bumpy ride. Well, the good news is, developer Beenox has already released an update to improve this part of the game in the Switch release. To download it, all you need to do...
Ahead of the pack
An updated listing for Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled on the North American eShop reveals the game's digital file size will take up 5.7GB. As NintendoSoup notes, this file size may differ from region to region. Assuming the listing is accurate, it means Crash Team Racing is the smallest out of the main kart racing games on the...
Plenty of insane unlocks
Customisation in kart racing games is all the rage nowadays. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe includes this feature and so does the upcoming release Team Sonic Racing. When Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled starts its engine this June, it will also have it. Yep, the game based on the original 1999 PlayStation release, will allow players to...
Tracks, karts, arenas and modes
If you're still not convinced about the upcoming Switch release Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, Activision and Beenox have revealed the game will include remastered tracks, karts, arenas and battle modes from the 2003 PlayStation 2, Xbox and GameCube title, Crash Nitro Kart. Yes, that's right, in addition to the...
Crash is back
While we remain hopeful the Spyro Reignited Trilogy will eventually make the transition across to the Nintendo Switch, Activision has shared some positive news about the sales of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. The multi-platform release has been cited as a fourth-quarter driver in its most recent financial repo
The bandicoot is back
Following the success of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, publisher Activision has revealed Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled will be released on multiple platforms, including the Nintendo Switch, on 21st June 2019. Below is the Twitter confirmation: The title is a remake of the original 1999 PlayStation game that was...
No fur, no problem
If you still aren’t sure if the Switch version of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is right for you, perhaps Digital Foundry can help. During a 21-minute analysis comparing every version of the game, the team found the Switch release was "pretty good" - despite certain visual compromises including a lack of fur shading and...
"Bold, minimalist, inspired"
In this day and age, many consumers are going digital so it leaves publishers like Activision in a bit of a quandary regarding the approach to physical releases of games, such as Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on the Switch. Sure, they made the effort to put some artwork on the outside of the box, just so you...
It's a close call
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is available now on Switch but has previously been released on Sony and Microsoft's consoles. If you're mulling a purchase and already own a PS4 or Xbox One system, you may well be wondering how the Switch version compares - and whether you should choose portability over performance. As we said in...
3D platformers have come a long way since their inception, but back in the mid-'90s, the genre was a wild west of ideas and applications. It’s weird to think of something as straightforward as moving around in a 3D space being a technical challenge, but that was absolutely the case, as the flood of mediocre attempts to cash-in attest...
Releases on the same day as the trilogy
Following the news of Astro Gaming’s Zelda-themed headset yesterday, a new GameStop exclusive listing has now revealed an officially licensed Crash Bandicoot wired controller by PowerA for the Nintendo Switch. The release of the controller will coincide with the launch of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane...
We're really looking forward to checking out Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on the Switch. While we used to associate Crash Bandicoot games with the PlayStation brand, soon we'll be able to play these classic titles in glorious HD on the move thanks to the Nintendo Switch. But we've got even better news! The game was...
Let me get that for you
If you're looking for a Switch stand with a difference, then Exquisite Gaming might have just the product for you. The accessory maker is currently putting the finishing touches to its "XL Crash Bandicoot Cable Guy", which can hold your Nintendo console - as well as other gaming items. If you're considering picking up...
Crashing the party in July
It might not have been much of a secret, given that it's been rumoured several times already, but today's Nintendo Direct has confirmed that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is coming to Switch. All three games will be included, just like the incredibly successful PS4 version. That's over 100 levels of Crash action, all...
Wumpa fruit cocktail
Nintendo Switch's continued success has opened the doors of possibility to all manner of ports and potential system exclusives, but here's one we weren't quite expecting: a potential portable version of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. The rumour - which originates from one Max Arguile, licensing manager for GB Eye (a UK-based...
Wouldn't that be something?
One of the biggest successes of this summer was Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, the HD remaster of the first three adventures featuring the crazy ‘coot. Though Crash started out as a PlayStation exclusive, the rights have long since been bought by Activision, leading some to speculate that the game would eventually see...
Hands-on at Gamescom 2016
At E3 Activision had announced that PlayStation owners would get a special Crash Bandicoot Starter Pack with characters and levels from the classic game in the forthcoming Skylanders Imaginators. At Gamescom 2016 we finally got to hear how Wii U (and Xbox) owners can get in on the Crash action. First off we have another...
You can't keep a good doctor down
The big news regarding this year's Skylanders outing is that Crash Bandicoot is coming along for the ride, and thanks to GameStop's website we now know that his arch enemy Dr. Neo Cortex will also be immortalised in NFC-powered plastic. The image in question has been removed from GameStop's site, and shows the...
Family Gamer TV's Andy Robertson gets back in touch with a gaming icon
Getting hands on with Skylanders Imaginators at E3 was something of a revelation. We had heard a lot about the character creator before the event but it wasn't until we tried it for ourselves that it became apparent just how in-depth and flexible this is. The interface works...
Was apparently only months from completion
Back in 2005 Sierra released Crash Tag Team Racing on a variety of formats, including the Nintendo GameCube. The game was a sequel of sorts to the well-received PlayStation classic Crash Team Racing and its follow-up Crash Nitro Kart, and was also due to hit the Nintendo DS at the same time. That port was...
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