It’s about wumpin’ time!
After 22 long awaited years, the direct sequel to the bestselling Crash Bandicoot franchise, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, is out now!
As the sequel follows on from the events of Crash Bandicoot: Warped, Dr. Neo Cortex & Dr N. Tropy discover the multiverse after Uka Uka rips a hole in the universe.
As a result of their escape from the interdimensional prison following the events of Warped, Cortex & N. Tropy have set their eyes on conquering all dimensions, it is up to Crash & Coco to save the day and save the universe from disarray and despair.
I have to admit, I thought playing Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back & Crash Bandicoot: Warped would be hard enough, but this sequel is considerably harder than I thought as the first few levels of the sequel have given me a rough idea of how the game will pan out, not to mention that I’ll have to get used to the new dynamics of the sequel with all the new Quantum Masks.
I’m excited and over the moon to finally get hands-on with this game, and I’ll be aiming to write a review at some point on the sequel as it’s going to be quite an interesting and fun ride playing it, and as soon as my review on the game is ready, I’ll make sure all of you get to see it.
It’s about time! I want to hear from you what you think of the sequel so far.
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