When the Crash Bandicoot series made its debut on the original PlayStation in 1996, it was an instant hit, and is still remembered as a classic from that generation. The series propelled the spinning bandicoot to stardom, making Crash a console mascot akin to Sonic or Mario, despite being a third-party character. The first few Crash games are memorable for being a lot of fun, and they hold up very well despite being two generations old. Unfortunately, the same can't be said about more recent games featuring the platform-hopping marsupial. While Mind Over Mutant is a decent attempt to try and capture some of the magic that made the franchise so great to begin with, it ultimately becomes another forgettable entry in the series.