Update: Activision says studio will continue to support Crash 4
Update: [Wed 5th May, 2021 00:45 BST]: In a response to VGC, an Activision spokesperson has denied reports about "layoffs" at Toys for Bob and says the studio will "continue supporting" Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time while providing additional support to Call of Duty Warzone...
Remakes and remasters are one of those things that feels ironically modern, and whilst they’ve had a place in the industry longer than some people think, there’s no doubt that companies are seeing dollar signs in their eyes when they look back at older successful franchises. Bleeding us nerds for all our nostalgia is a safe and...
Clear up some space
Not long after the Switch version of the Spyro Reignited Trilogy was announced, multiple listings for the game began to appear online. At the time, online retail listings in North America suggested the physical copy would require a download, while there was no mention of this on the front of the European box art. Now, with the...
DC, Lord of the Rings, Fallout, more...
It's not every day that you get to write an article all about cosplaying ducks, so let's savour this magical moment while it lasts. Yes, Numskull Designs has announced TUBBZ, a new range of cosplaying duck figurines that could well end up becoming your next obsession. Some of the biggest names in video games,...
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In celebration of the Spyro Reignited Trilogy, which is also due out on the Nintendo Switch later this year, Activision has teamed up with First 4 Figures to release a gigantic purple dragon resin statue. The exclusive edition is only available until 6th September. If you do intend to purchase either edition for the sum of...
It's not looking good for physical fans
The Spyro Reignited Trilogy is due out on the Switch this September, but there's still some confusion about the physical copies of the game and if they will require an additional download. In June, retail listings in North America suggested an additional download would be necessary and in Europe, there was no...
A tale of two box arts
Last Tuesday, as part of the Nintendo E3 Direct, Spyro Reignited Trilogy was confirmed for release on Nintendo Switch. Soon after, the game was listed on North American retailer Best Buy's website and the box art revealed that an additional download was required when buying the game physically.
What took so long?
As part of Nintendo's E3 Direct presentation, it was revealed that Spyro Reignited Trilogy is indeed coming to Nintendo Switch. This one has had a particularly confusing history; Switch rumours started to appear way back in February 2018, and then the game appeared on
The purple dragon could also be joining CTR
Rumours about the Spyro Reignited Trilogy coming to the Switch first surfaced in February 2018. Since then, listings for a hybrid version have popped up on Nintendo's official website, the Spyro
Here we go again
Another retail listing has appeared for Spyro Reignited Trilogy on Nintendo Switch, giving us even more reason to believe the game is surely on the way to Nintendo's hybrid machine. As spotted by Twitter user @AngrySpace, this listing appeared on GameStop's German website, indicating that a Switch version of the game is scheduled...
Spyro: Reignited Trilogy is now out available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and there's still no official word about a Switch release. Even after multiple listings - including Nintendo's digital storefront - there's been no announcement. So, what exactly is going on? Not much, apparently. The Toys For Bob producer Peter Kavic appeared on the
"We do not have any other platforms to announce at this time."
Readers with good memories may recall that Spyro: Reignited Trilogy looked like a dead cert for the Nintendo Switch earlier this year; not only was there the appearance of a Switch listing on the game's official site, but Nintendo itself even carried a listing for
The worst kept secret?
Back in April, we reported a remaster of the original Spyro The Dragon PS1 trilogy would be arriving this September. At the time, the game was only announced for the PS4 and Xbox One, with no mention of the Nintendo Switch or even PC. This announcement followed with a listing on Nintendo’s s
Sammy from Push Square provides expert insight
Considering Nintendo UK accidentally listed a page for Spyro Reignited Trilogy (under the name Spyro the Dragon Remastered), it's not exactly a push to say it's all but confirmed to be coming to the Nintendo Switch at some point in the future. Nevertheless where there's no actual confirmation, there's...