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Unfortunately, no “Fur-K” this time around, at least not on the Nintendo Switch, but it’s just about time for it to release on the console! I think this is a perfect fit for the console, like I said about a lot of the Switch games that I got to play at E3. It’s a great way to reach a younger demographic with an older, beloved videogame mascot. If more kids nowadays get back into Crash and Spyro like I’m hoping they will, then I’ve got a great feeling about the years to come.

Crash hasn’t graced a Nintendo console in quite a few years, so this is definitely a quest of redemption. Who could forget the absolutely abysmal Gamecube port of Wrath of Cortex that could barely keep the frame rate above 20 at certain points. The cutscenes were also somehow marginally worse looking than they were on the PS2. Anyway, here’s to the future, let us know if you’ll be picking up the Switch port of the N. Sane Trilogy!

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Nathaniel Smyth

The author Nathaniel Smyth

Born and raised in Plymouth, NH, Nat has been gaming since he was 3 starting on his brother’s Sega Genesis, all the way up to the Xbox One. Well rounded in a range of game genres from beat-em-ups to shooters, to role-playing-games, and more, he’s had a passion for all things gaming as long as he’s been able to hold a controller. While busy with school, sports, working, he still finds time to sit down, play, read up on the latest news, and hunt for deals on new and classic games.