Crash Bandicoot :: GBA Game Review
Crash Bandicoot and his crazy rivals, Dr. Neo-Cortex, N. Tropy and N. Trance, are invading Nintendo's Gameboy Advance with Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure and Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced. Are they the coolest Crash adventures since the Wrath of Cortex? Or do they suck hard? Check out what Gary has to say about them in this video game review.
Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure Game BasicsThe evil Neo Cortex has shrunk the whole planet to the size of a marble and it's up to you to help Crash and his friends save the day. You'll be hopping, spinning, sliding, running, and swimming with Crash on the Gameboy Advance.
Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure Fun Stuff
The graphics are wicked and the sound effects are decent, but the different game modes are what makes it Crash-tastic. There are so many different ways to play a Crash Bandicoot game, it's like five different games all rolled into one. Some levels you're doing the left-to-right thing, other levels stick you in the deep blue sea. Plus, there are 3D races on land, sea and in the air.
How Hard Is Crash Bandicoot?You'll master the controls in minutes. The game itself is tough stuff!
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