Where Does Crash Bandicoot Go From Here?

SwitchedOn Gamer writes: Crash Bandicoot is back and as big as it has ever been, but how will Activision handle the series now that the most requested remakes have been done.

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AllMightyFox923d ago

Like all former icons he'll go behind a dumpster and service Grimace or Harvey Weinstein for narcotics until an early death from an overdose.

Or he could end up as a back-up dancer for Brittney Spears, either way it'll be bleak and horrifying ….

bujasem_89923d ago

To Jak and Daxter? I kid but man I miss that precursor place.

thatguyhayat922d ago

Yeaaaah that's owned by Sony not Activision.

bujasem_89922d ago

What was that bandicoot against mario thing with the ps1? I though over time they lost the rights to the title and Activision picked it up. Wasn't ND always Sony 1st party?

TheUndertaker85922d ago (Edited 922d ago )

Sony never owned rights to Crash Bandicoot. Naughty Dog did not either. Universal Interactive Studios had rights to both Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon. From there Vivendi acquired rights from Universal then Activision gained rights from Vivendi.

Naughty Dog started off as a Universal Interactive Studios backlot studio. Crash Bandicoot was created even before the release of the PSOne with a name of “Willie the Wombat”.

bujasem_89918d ago

@theUndertaker85 thanks for that informative comment. Have an upvote!

Profchaos922d ago

They have rereleased the HD version wasn't great

bujasem_89922d ago

If my child memory serves right, it was awesome.

AnubisG923d ago

Hopefully with a brand new Crash Bandicoot game made the traditional way.

UltraNova922d ago

Activision wants to have a word with you...

DaDrunkenJester923d ago

Garbage bin? I kid, but honestly, outside of the remakes for the nostalgia I cant imagine a new entry being all that great.

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