Game Revolution: Crash Bandicoot: Mind Over Mutant Review

Game Revolution writes: "Atilla the Hun met his end not on the battlefield, but in bed, with a bloody nose he got as a result of while consummating his marriage. The space shuttle Columbia disaster was not the result of faulty equipment but of bad Powerpoint slides. The entire citizenship of the great empire of Rome got lead poisoning and all the neurological disorders that come along with it. Sometimes the downfall of something great comes because of something small. Sometimes all it take is a tiny thorn to bring down the mighty lion. Well, there's a thorn in this game. I'd show you where it was, but you can't get there from here.

Not so far from the expected, Crash Bandicoot: Mind Over Mutant is a mission-based platformer. Dr. Cortex and N. Brio are back, and they've created an irresistible gadget that turns its user into a ferocious mutant bent on Crash's destruction. Crash must solve the mystery of the gadget's origins in hopes of saving his friend Crunch and everyone else who has fallen prey to Cortex's dastardly plans. It's reminiscent of other Crash releases - both the original and last year's Crash of the Titans come to mind immediately."

+ Light-hearted cut-scenes
+ Pleasant and familiar characters
+ Mayhem = Fun
- Camera hates you
- Useless map
- Horrible mission directions

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