|Viewed:||2.5D Third person, into the screen||Genre:||
||Released:|| Dec 1998
|Ratings:||PEGI 3+, No rating, ESRB Everyone|
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Impenetrable logic, for sure, but the challenges that lie ahead for Crash are myriad, and make for a hugely enjoyable platformer of great depth. As Crash and Coco travel back and forth through time, youll find yourself putting the characters through their paces by taking part in an airborne dogfight, doing battle with sharks and mines in underwater sequences, and motoring around on a jet-ski. All beautifully animated and immense fun.
This doesnt mean that its an easy game to complete, though. Initially, youll find yourself with a choice of five levels to conquer, in an order of your own choosing. Return from each level with a crystal, beat the boss of this particular world, and theres another five levels plus end-of-level boss waiting for your attention. Great depth, remember?
As the challenges get tougher and tougher, power-ups can be acquired by beating the end-of-level bosses, and of course there are plenty of boxes and crates to smash, and grab the goodies therein. Its easy to see why Crash Bandicoot has become such a popular character with gamers:the sheer imagination which has put this game on the shelf deserves top-billing, along with a memorable supporting cast of baddies, and of course, the titular heros almost maniacal, determined grin, stays intact throughout. Youll be grinning too. Crash 3 is a hoot and a half.
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