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Crash Bandicoot NSane Trilogy (Nintendo Switch)
- Your favorite marsupial, Crash Bandicoot, is back! He's enhanced, entranced & ready-to-dance with the N. Sane Trilogy game collection
- Remastered versions of Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.
- 3 Full Games, 100+ Levels & 2 Playable Characters
- Experience N. Tense Platforming, Epic Challenges & Adventures
- Stunning New Animations & Graphics
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Style Name: Trilogy (Nintendo Switch)
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Includes: Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, Crash Bandicoot Warped
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However, there do seem to be bugs/issues- the controls feel heavy, with inconsistent hitboxes, inconsistent jump length and inconsistent lag when pressing buttons leading to falling off platforms, or clipping through edges entirely and missing landings. Faster levels (wild hog) really play up the lag, making it noticeable with left/right movement too. I'm currently stuck on a level (native fortress) that plays up the inconsistencies with jumping distances and timings.
I have also spun randomly next to TNT (with no controller input) as I was trying to work out how best to trigger it- which I initially put down to a controller issue (this game was the reason I dusted off the PS4 for the first time since NMS) but a friend is having issues with the player being auto-walked off platforms on a certain level in Island 2. I believe my issue was Crash thinks it's a good idea to spin when there's no input though.
Looking online, the three of us (friend, OH, and myself) aren't the only ones with issues, and it looks like a game where you need to follow some tips/walkthroughs online for stuff like keys, diamonds, and by extension bonus levels and full box counts.
I dedicated more of this review to the negatives- it is a good game up to now, but the issues that are present definitely drag it down and I don't see it being patched or fixed given recent game history so I feel like it needs to be said. My patience level is relatively low when it comes to games that require luck as I don't feel the sense of achievement if I get through a level by being lucky, and I have a feeling I'll be putting the game down again in the near future and packing the PS4 away until the Obduction console release.
A decent game, that honestly provides the nostalgia without reminding you how old it is. There are definitely issues you will likely pick up on during gameplay, like inconsistent jumps, input delays and hitboxes, potentially un-triggered movement of character too. A good game, but don't go in expecting it to be perfectly executed.
All three games are exceptional, but my favourite is #2. Once you open the game you're presented with the option to play any of the 3 games, so if you really want to play the 3rd Crash you don't have to compete 1 & 2 to do so.
All three games can be difficult at times. I know some people are already complaining about the 'outdated controls/physics', but personally I like that they kept the game the same and simply updated the graphics. I enjoy the challenge now just as much as I did when I was a kid.
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