The game is practically a Crash 3: Warped and I say it because it adds absolutely nothing, the experience although it is somewhat entertaining is incoherent, since this does not take place after Crash 3 and that it is a sequel, in addition to the designs for more Those who have better technology are worse, since they use the new technology in a very bad way, it is a game that although it may give you a somewhat decent experience, it is a bad Crash game and there are many better options.
This game felt like a bunch of missed opportunities and rushed development.
It feels very regurgitated of what we've seen before in Crash 3, only with less pixelated appearance. But that's not necessarily an improvement, since the low-poly, low-quality designs of everything makes it feel so lacking.
I'd like to say that there's a nostalgic spot I have for this game, but I really can't stand some of the levels in this game. Once I get nearly half way through, I really feel only wasted opportunities of doing anything else with my time.
This isn't the worst Crash Bandicoot game, but it definitely isn't worth your time.
If there's anything good that came out of this game: The music consists of a very high quality diverse techno-symphonic soundtrack. I'd recommend checking that out instead.
SummaryDr. Cortex, a beaten genius, creates something so devious and so underhanded that the entire world will fall to its feet in fear. By harnessing the destructive energies of earth, fire, air and water he creates Crunch, a Super-Bandicoot that is ready to demolish all that lies before him. Will Crash and Coco be up to the challenge? [Unive...