"The core game is substantial, but with a lack of challenge expect to complete it fairly quick. The upside is that once you get so far in single player you can opt to try out the two player co-op locally. Here you take control of Crash's sister Coco via the second controller. The downside is once again the camera that becomes sporadic and impossible to navigate when trying to balance two players at the same time. This mode feels tacked on and heavily constrained, but it is a nice stepping stone for future titles to offer this feature online.
Crash Mind Over Mutant is the kind of game that does nothing inherently wrong, but also fails to do anything to set itself apart from the herd. There is a lot of fun to be had here, but if you are a seasoned veteran to the genre don't expect much in the way of a challenge. If you are looking for a good game to play with a younger gamer this is a perfect starting point and definitely recommended. Crash used to be one of the faces of gaming and Radical Entertainment and Activision have delivered a nice first impression, and perhaps our favorite Bandicoot can return to his former glory in his new house."