Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Tech Specs And Accolades Overview

News // Crash Bandicoot // By pets_torrefranca // 30 June 2017

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Tech Specs And Accolades Overview
The new and improved Crash Bandicoot has been dissected and tested by some of the industry's most trusted experts and the results are in. Even though the million dollar question still stands whether this version is a remake or a reboot, it's safe to say that this is truly an insane version of the game. 
 
Crash Bandicoot Comaprison Snapshot
 
First, let's take a look under the hood with the help of Digital Foundry's expert analysts who cleverly compared the old vs the new version of the game. The side by side by side comparison shows how the team from Vicarious Visions brought the classic game to the next-gen from scratch and has retained the basic principles of the game. The Dev Team has also made improvements to the game's controls and camera angles. The Loading time and frame-rate which was running at 30 fps instead of 60 fps were some of the notable downsides of the game, other than that, everything was said to have worked perfectly well. 
"This is a beautifully crafted remake let down only by the lower than expected frame rate, If you're looking to revisit Crash, then it's difficult to go wrong with this package, It's clear that the developers have poured a lot of LOVE into recreating these games." - Digital Foundry
Next, we'll take a quick look at the game's critical review summary compiled by Metacritic which is currently has an average of 81/100 from 27 critics. Most of the critical response was mostly positive, some of them pointed out minor issues that can or will be fixed by future patches. Overall Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is an unexpected treat for Crash Bandicoot fans, and for $39.99 this game is totally worth it.
"If you ever had any love for the originals, you’ll smile like an idiot seeing how good they look now."- GamesBeat
Check out the game's video analysis below and stay tuned for more gaming news and updates. 

"Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy Analysis"

Source: Digital Foundry, Metacritic