If you've had the hankering for platformers as of late, like I have, this set is an absolute no brainer. For $39.99 you get three of the best platformers ever made, and they're completely remade for the current gen… you can’t get a much better value than that.
The original Crash Bandicoot continues to be as hard as ever, and the surprise to everyone is probably more shocking then the difficulty. The first 3 crash games were always some of the best platforming on the Playstation, but a lot of people forget just how rough the original was. From not having to die to get gems, to tricky platforming, and some oddly long levels, Crash was hard to beat, but brutal to 100%.Thankfully the remake gave a far better option of just letting the color gems be the only ones you have to do a deathless run to get them, but that honestly doesn't stop the difficulty as much as you think it does. Some of the hardest levels contain colored gems, and with new problems like platform detection being an issue, can still be rightly frustrating. The good news, of course, is that compared to the long rage inducing time you would have with the original; N.Sane Trilogy only has you mad for a little while. Although there are still rough edges in this game that amount to bad level design, mainly hiding a few boxes away on a color gem path for little reason other than having to go back to get it. To say the least, N. Sane Trilogy lowered the amount of frustration from the original, but didn't improve it enough.Everything else is pretty spot on for the remake, with plenty of graphics and models being improved by the new engine the N.Sane Trilogy uses. The music is still good, the sound effects snap quite well. Everything visually is better, and while there isn't much improvement in level design, it at least stays true to the original game, warts and all. Course with the original Crash being the weakest of the trilogy, it only stands to reason that the remake is the weakest of remake trilogy. I certainly wouldn't call Crash Bandicoot a bad game, but it is hard to come back too.
El Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy es una obra **** primer videojuego en la Playstation fue el Crash Bandicoot 2, y luego fueron los dos restantes, además del Team Racing y he de confesar que este me ha enamorado. He podido verlo como nunca pensé que lo vería, con gráficos de hoy en día y con una jugabilidad más completa que nunca. Aunque su doblaje no sea el mismo que en sus juegos originales, el juego está estupéndamente **** banda sonora maravillosa, 60fps estables sin bajadas ni subidas, totalmente optimizado. No me arrepiento para nada haberlo comprado.Acabada la historia de los tres juegos en menos de dos días, ahora toca conseguir todo al 100%UN 9.5 DE 10Publicada el 2 de julio de 20
Crash Bandicoot comes back to PlayStation with a collection that is reminiscent of the classic and funny platforming games. With its graphics improved, the original trilogy its a must-buy for everyone who loves the genre.
The remastered versions now look like interactive animated movies, with familiar levels recreated in a completely new engine with real-time lighting, new models and animations, visual effects and re-recorded sounds. But still, keep in mind that classic Crash games were a product of their era, so if you played this trilogy on PS1 back in the 90s when you were a kid, you won't get that the same feeling again.
Significant replayability and an excellent entry price point make the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy a benchmark for how future classic game remakes should be handled, the originals left intact, imperfections and all.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is a reverent and imperfect resurrection of an icon. This furry oddball creature could have been left in the past, but I'm pleased that he was revived for a new generation. I say this in full awareness of the fact that Vicarious Visions could have done more in the technical and gameplay departments. Here we have two great games, and one that could have been great if given the update it truly needed. They look stunning, too, but resolution, framerates, and load times are all at an average standard when at least one of the three should be better. And yet, whether you find yourself zooming down a desert highway, running from a gigantic bear, or just bouncing over a bridge of crates, you can't help but smile and know that, at the end of the day, Crash is still a whole lot of fun.
It's easy to imagine how a dyed-in-the-wool Crash fan will fall in love all over again via the N. Sane Trilogy, but if you're experiencing Crash for the first time--or the first time in a while--it might pain you to realize that Crash's original adventures aren't as inventive or surprising as they were 20 years ago.
I think overall this is a great trilogy for platformers fans ! I think however that you should skip the first game completely and only focus on crash 2 and crash warped. The first game is too clunky and **** Crash 2 and Crash 3 are good remasters in my opinion. I completed the trilogy in around 17 hours by focusing on the main mission.
Good idea to remaster this game but disappointing!
The main issue is the mechanics. The developers wanted to make the game more challenging but instead, they made it annoying and frustrating! Especially the JUMP! you lose even on a simple jump in the game! (forget about the boxes!) why? A jump??!!
SummaryYour favorite marsupial, Crash Bandicoot, is back. He's enhanced, entranced & ready-to-dance with the N. Sane Trilogy game collection. Now you can experience Crash Bandicoot like never before in Fur-K. Spin, jump, wump and repeat as you take on the epic challenges and adventures through the three games that started it all, Crash Bandicoo...