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Sierra Reveals Another Crash Bandicoot

Today, Sierra Entertainment announced the return of a video game icon: Crash Bandicoot. The new title, Crash of the Titans, will be available on the Wii, Xbox 360, PS2, DS, PSP, GBA, and mobile phones, although we don't have a concrete release date just yet.

According to the release, the game features Crash's arch-nemeses Neo and Nina Cortex, and they're up to their ol' nasty tricks. The evil duo is attempting to mutate local creatures into "titanic abominations," and in an interesting twist, Crash will be able to "hijack" enemies so as to take control of their actions and use their powers against others. Of course, Crash will have his typical assortment of crazy platforming abilities as well, so no worries, Bandicoot fans.

“Crash Bandicoot – one of the most popular videogame characters of all time – is back and his all-new adventure brings with it more irreverent humor, family-friendly action, a wild cast of characters and amazing new titanic enemies to discover,” said Cindy Cook, chief marketing and strategy officer for Vivendi Games. “Featuring advanced acrobatic combat and incredible co-op multiplayer, Crash of the Titans will be a fun and adventurous title for gamers of all ages.”

The series has always been family-friendly and entertaining, so it's no surprise to hear this about Crash of the Titans. Hopefully, it will be a great addition to the libraries of each platform, and we'll look forward to hearing more about this one.

Related Game(s): Crash Bandicoot: Crash of the Titans

5/18/2007 Ben Dutka

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