Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled (Nintendo Switch) Review

During the 1990’s, every company was trying to compete with Nintendo’s Mario Kart games. There were more Mario Kart clones than you could remember, but most of them failed to capture its magic. Crash Team Racing on PS1 was Sony’s answer to Mario Kart, and for most fans, it did well. All these years laterContinue reading “Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled (Nintendo Switch) Review”

Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review

When companies try to enter a new arena, it usually is either make or break. Sony came across this with the video game world in the mid 1990’s. Sega and Nintendo were the giants, and Sony had to prove their worth with their PlayStation console. While Nintendo had Mario and Sega had Sonic, Crash BandicootContinue reading “Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review”

Video Game History: Crash Bash (PS1)

When Mario Party became a hit for the N64 in 1998, other companies took notice. Sega tried giving Sonic a chance to be a worthy rival on Dreamcast and failed. Sony released Crash Bash around the same time as Sonic Shuffle and the results were a good bit better. The game wasn’t exactly like MarioContinue reading “Video Game History: Crash Bash (PS1)”

Crash Bandicoot: Wrath of Cortex (PS2) Review

Ah Crash Bandicoot, everyone’s favorite series they totally ignored and left behind after the PS2 came out. Why did Crash getting shunned by gamers? Well it still sold well enough, but the general population of hardcore gamers opted for Jak and Daxter or Ratchet and Clank than Crash’s outings. It plays pretty much the sameContinue reading “Crash Bandicoot: Wrath of Cortex (PS2) Review”