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Mixed or average reviews- based on 23 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 10 out of 23
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  1. Sep 27, 2012
    If there is any underrated game released in the past 5 years, it is Crash of the Titans for the PS2. First, let's dig into the story. The story of the game is that Coco is kidnapped and Crash (along with Aku Aku) must rescue Coco and stop Cortex from building yet another evil machine. The gameplay is a good turn for the Crash series and brings creativity to the table. Not only do you have your standard Crash gameplay, but you can use Aku Aku to control mutants. That even includes the bosses! There is not much wrong with the gameplay except sometimes the mutants can be hard to jack without dying instantly due to the AI always blocking your attacks. The issue isn't that bad because if you do run into a situation like this, you can find a power up nearby that gives you the ability to control the mutant in one hit. If there's another weak point in the game, it is definitely the character design. Like many gamers, I do not like the way Radical Entertainment completely changes Aku Aku and Uka Uka's look but the others seem fine to be honest. So, what's the final verdict? Crash of the Titans is NOT, I repeat NOT a bad game. Sure it doesn't resemble the classics, but there is a time when a formula gets a little bit repetitive. Just ask Nintendo. Expand

Mixed or average reviews - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 12
  2. Negative: 0 out of 12
  1. 70
    Crash might be getting on in years for a videogame mascot, and his latest outing falls well short of classic status, but a few disarming new tricks prove he's not over the hill just yet.
  2. A delightful, brilliantly realised platformer, Tians would have scored higher were it not for its reliance on competition. [Nov 2007, p.80]
  3. It's a fairly sturdy, combat-heavy platformer with a good hook, but it lacks a real distinct attitude.