VIDEO: New Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy gameplay footage!

As a kid growing up in the 90s, my PlayStation was my best friend. I would come home from school and play my little grey box – after my homework was done, of course – and one of my favorite games to pop into that 32 bit slice of heaven was Crash Bandicoot. Crash was an Icon; a Legend. He was to PlayStation what Mario was to Nintendo. Crash 1, 2, and Warped were the greatest platformers on the system.

I was over the Moon when a remaster of these gems were announced at E3 2015. I was going to get a chance to relive my childhood… in HD! I have been following the development on this collection and I thought I would share some gameplay footage with you. I hope you enjoy seeing the orange marsupial back on a PlayStation system as much as I do.

Take a look:

Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy hits store shelves June 30th for PS4


  • J.W. Moore

    Editor/Columnist/Retro Game Afficianado

    J.W. has been gaming since he got his first NES on his 5th birthday. Since then, his love of video games has only gotten stronger. An avid collector of video games, he owns everything from the Atari to the Xbox One. With over 1000 console games and just as many PC games, his love for gaming continues to grow.

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