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Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy
After a nearly six years absence, Crash Bandicoot has finally returned. But rather than crafting a new entry in the series, developer Vicarious Visions (Skylanders, Crash: Nitro Kart) has instead remastered the first three games. Titled Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy, the game is already shaping up to be a charming celebration of Crash's past, reminding us precisely why he was such a popular character to begin with.
Early footage of the first game's remaster seems to recapture the quirky, vibrant personality of the PS1 original, while properly modernizing its visuals to current standards. Vicarious Visions' high-definition recreations of iconic levels instantly made us nostalgic. We're eager to experience it, if only to return the games that kickstarted Naughty Dog's career.
It's a miracle that this N. Sane Trilogy even came to be. After all, the current owner of Crash is none other than Activision, not Sony. However, the two companies struck a partnership to create the remasters. We're crossing our fingers that this remastered collection is only the beginning of what's to come from Sony's iconic former mascot.