Crash Bandicoot: The N-Sane Trilogy – REVIEW (Nintendo Switch)

Is Crash Bandicoot’s port on the Switch N-Sanely fun? Or should it be ignored completely? Find out in our review of Crash Bandicoot: The N-Sane Trilogy for Nintendo Switch!

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23 Replies to “Crash Bandicoot: The N-Sane Trilogy – REVIEW (Nintendo Switch)”

  1. D3 Builders UK

    I played all of these games on the original PS1 when they came out, I played N Sane Trilogy on my Xbox One when it came out, and now I have a Switch I’m playing them on here too! I can’t get enough Crash❤️

  2. Grapebuy789Productions

    I own the Switch version and I have played the PS4 version. No matter which version I play, I still feel the frustration when it comes to certain levels. I feel like the controls for the Switch version were somewhat fixed, but I feel like you have to constantly play the game to get a feel for how the graphics work. I think the Switch version is the best port, but I'd be interested in how the Xbox One version stands.

  3. Nicholas Lees

    I've played the original Crash Bandicoot on PlayStation back in the day and the graphics on Switch are easily better than the original games so that's good enough for me. I don't need super high def graphics for every single game.

  4. Shawn Smith

    I need to say this I've been with PlayStation since the very beginning. I'll never forget that Christmas getting a ps1 and playing intelligent qube and fast forward 23 years later I still love PlayStation but I just went and bought a switch and I'm in awe of how amazing it is, don't get me wrong I had a psp and I have a vita which I hacked to death and enjoying the benefits but between playing both I realize that I feel playing my vita has been a chore and it comes from the support from sony and games are mostly graphic novels which is cool but playing Mario kart 8 online for hours seamlessly brought me back to my high school gaming days without a care in the world and I don't know how far the switch plans to go with this but I'm gonna enjoy the ride. I'm not giving up the vita but it's truly now a legacy handheld with so much potential on my back burner

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