The Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is surprising everyone, being the best selling single platform game this year. Outselling games like Horizon Zero Dawn and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The only game it’s behind is Ghost Recon Wildlands, which is multiplat. Congrats to our lovable Crash Bandicoot, our review will up soon so keep an eye out for that!
From Chart-Track you find the recently remade trilogy of Crash Bandicoot sitting at the top. Showing their is still a huge audience for this style of game. I am happy that it has sold well, and we should have our review up soon so stay tuned for that.
The heavily anticipated Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy now has 4K, 60 fps gameplay on PS4 Pro. Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy as of right now is only releasing on the PS4, with no word from Activison if other platforms will see the title. Crash releases June 30th fro $39.99 only on PS4.
Today on #VGTBT Killzown Plays Crash Bandicoot for the Playstation 1. Killzown talks about his expeirce with the game, the series and how he feels about the state of Crash’s Legacy. Check out the episode below and be sure to check back next week to RGN for another episode of Video Game Throwback Thursday.
Sony has kicked started yet another one of their Flash sales this weekend. For just $1 players can purchase digital titles on the PlayStation Store such as Braid, Super Stardust HD, Gotham City Impostors and more. Note this sale is obviously for PS3 owners.
We all know that eye candy is a good thing but, is it all that matters? When examining past systems like the first Playstation, it was all about gameplay. I can remember playing Crash Bandicoot without a care in the world. Sure, the graphics were impressive at the time – but the gameplay was far more superior than some games to date.
As Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 reach their prime it is evident that this generation has been pushed to its max. Will the next generation be the answer?
There are many games coming out today that are broken because developers focus on graphics as a first priority. The line between graphics and good gameplay must be blurred in order to ensure playability that lasts for years to come.
What are your thoughts on this? What games do you remember from the past that had superior gameplay to many of today’s. Comment below.