First footage was debuted for the remastered Crash Bandicoot trilogy first announced at E3 2016:
I know I’m not alone when I say that after I saw Sony’s Press Conference, I am still smiling one week later. Continue reading Making The Grade: Sony’s E3 Press Conference Review
One bombshell after another…
Nathan Drake’s final adventure is a love letter from Naughty Dog to gamers, a celebration of video games as an art form, and an homage to one of gaming’s most legendary series.
Spyro the Dragon was ahead of its time when it came out in 1998. For an early 3D platforming game, it courageously included spoken dialogue during animated scenes and contained ambitious graphics. These features, combined with unifying mechanics, made for a well defined fictional world that continues to hold up in quality to this day.
Continue reading Hindsight: Spyro The Dragon Review
If you’re unfamiliar with Crash Bandicoot, he immediately makes an impression on screen with his red-orange fur, his goofy mannerisms, and his clumsy tendencies where he rightfully earns his name. While controlling Crash, he runs with a laid back posture and bears his teeth from physical exertion. He seems to be putting in maximum effort while reaping minimal progress. How appropriate, because this is exactly what playing the game feels like. Continue reading Hindsight – Crash Bandicoot Review
You know, without the whole online server debacle…..