And was hit the biggest wave of nostalgia I'd ever experienced, but I wanted to make sure that I liked the game for the game, and not the nostalgia factor.
It turns out I do.
The gameplay can be buggy though (like having some enemies looks like they are farther away than they really are.) The controls can be infuriating (having ledges to worry about when trying to use the Joystick) but all in all I think the good outweighs the bad
The game's only major flaw for me, is how short it is (only 25 levels not including the boss fights). But if you actually try to 100% the game it is rather long, due to the difficulty in gathering the gems.
The game is rather vulgar in some cases, like with Crash's Victory dance, what with the motioning to his junk, and the pelvic thrusts...
The bosses are fun, and each is different, (Except for Tiny, and Ripper Roo)
The graphics for it's time are great, and the music is catchy enough to have me whistle it all day long
The story could be better polished, but you know what? I still love it, Doctor Cortex needs Crash to Gather 25 Crystals, which he claims he will use to gather the power from the planetary alignment (which would destroy the world he says)
Though I'm not sure if Crash is just a moron, or what, but it becomes obvious very fast (even if you didn't pay attention to the opening) that Cortex is lying. Doctor Nitrus Brio approaches crash, and claims that if crash can gather all 42 gems he can stop Cortex's plan for world domination. Coco is a jerk, but eh... Her first line in the game is "My battery is fried! Make yourself useful and get me another one" but she's his sister, so what do you expect?
What are your Thoughts on this?
Edited by DiscordianBeats, 07 August 2012 - 08:36 PM.