Review By Ned Jordan:
"I can remember when Crash Bandicoot was a guy in a suit pushing Sony's fledgling PlayStation console and trying to give the new videogame player a face as recognizable as that of Sonic or Mario. I'm not sure if it really worked all that well or not, but that was then and this is now, a time when Crash can go into hiding for years and reemerge on consoles other than Sony's latest PlayStation iteration. This time out he's in the hands of Activision and developer Radical Entertainment. If you haven't seen Crash in a while, you'll recognize the 'coot himself but not that much about the game built around him. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but in departing from the Crash legacy the game runs the risk of becoming just another platform game in a world filled with them. Let's see what's in store for the new Crash..."