The world of gaming seems to be endless. Every year there are always new games popping up. Like a legend there is always a game that sticks in the hearts of its players and is one of the reasons for game developers to remake. One of the phenomenal games that was remake is the Crash Bandicoot game which is back on the Sony PlayStation 4 console. Check out these interesting facts about the PS4 Crash Bandicoot Game.
Comes With Bundling Format
As the developer appointed to remake the PS4 Crash Bandicoot Game: N.Sane Trilogy, Vicarious Visions presents it in a bundling format. There are three games that can be played at once in this bundling version, namely: Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.
More Attractive Graphics
In the PS4 Crash Bandicoot Game: N.Sane Trilogy presents a graphical version that is more attractive and feels more detailed when played. Gamers will be able to feel the sensation of changing visual effects to the smallest elements such as raindrops, water ripples, character movements and sunlight. The graphics displayed feel more natural in the Crash Bandicoot PS4: N.Sane Trilogy version compared to its predecessor on PlayStation 1.
Additional Features and Friendly User Interface
An additional feature in the PS4 Crash Bandicoot Game: N.Sane Trilogy is the auto save feature, making it easier for game players to save. This autosave feature also benefits game players because it can avoid “forgetting” saves and making game players’ lives run out. Another feature that stands out is that game players can replace Crash characters with Coco at any time without having to go through certain stages like on PlayStation 1. The friendly user interface is also an advantage of the PS4 Crash Bandicoot Game: N.Sane Trilogy. Game players can change series easily.
The Same Plot and Mission Makes Players Nostalgic
As the name implies, Crash Bandicoot PS4: N.Sane Trilogy presents the same story as the PlayStation 1 game, still tells the story of Crash trying to stop Dr. Neo Cortex and the doctor’s assistant, Dr. Nius Brio who wants to create a weapon that can brainwash people around the world. Not to mention Crash who accidentally released UKA-UKA and had to fight it with ME-AKU. This same plot is indeed a nostalgia for game players. The missions that are played are still the same with rotating movements, jumping, collecting fruit, destroying boxes, and most importantly fighting bosses and collecting crystals. How Crash’s action against his enemies please reminisce on the game Crash Bandicoot PS4: N.Sane Trilogy.
More Challenging Difficulty Levels
Game Crash Bandicoot PS4 : N.Sane Trilogy is indeed a remake version, but don’t imagine that this remake version has the same level as its predecessor on PlayStation 1. Those who have played both versions will feel the difference in difficulty level at the same level with the same version. The level of difficulty given can still make game players “get excited” to face obstacles and bosses at each stage.
Game Crash Bandicoot PS4 :N. Sane Trilogy is a remake game that deserves to be played. Especially for gamers who have played the old version on the PlayStation 1 console, they will feel a nostalgic sensation with the “new version” in this remake version. Activision as a publisher and Vicarious Visions as a developer managed to bring memories at every level played.