A wonderfully presented game that truly goes beyond anything you are likely to find in this genre for any system. The sheer brilliance in the level designs and gameplay are sure to keep you coming back for more.
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped is an absolute masterpiece **** that has stood the test of time. The game is a true gem of the platforming genre, and it's easy to see why it's still held in such high regard years after its release.
The graphics are outstanding, with vibrant colors and detailed environments that truly bring the game to life. The sound design is also top-notch, with *catchy* music and a wide range of sound effects that perfectly complement the action on screen.
The gameplay is where Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped truly shines. The game offers a perfect mix of platforming and action, with a variety of levels that each offer their own unique challenges and obstacles. The controls are precise and responsive, making it easy to navigate the levels and pull off some truly impressive moves.
One of the standout features of the game is the ability to travel through time and explore different eras and locations. This adds an extra layer of depth to the game and keeps things fresh and interesting throughout.
Overall, Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped is a must-play game that I would highly recommend to anyone who loves platformers. With its incredible graphics, fantastic gameplay, and memorable characters, it's easy to see why this game has become a classic in the world of gaming. 10/10. (Just for any question, my favorite level was Double-header)
I enjoyed Crash's new abilities (extended jumps, spins and that extremely useful bazooka). I just wish the platform jumping elements in Crash 3 were as original and exciting of the motorcycle, jet-ski and biplane sequences.
Deceptively imprecise platforming, due to the controls and the camera angle. By today's standards a short and clichéd game. Classic mechanics perform as expected, few surprises for those familiar with the genre. Compared to the newer Rayman or Mario games, this old PS1 'gem' is just way less fun. And fun is the only thing it aims for. Unless it meant to be that frustrating.