Rated 7 out of 10
by Poppycop What happened to crash jeez
Ok what up with the weird tattoos on his arms and what happened to cortex i mean really now he is all skinny from head to toe (ya head) so not as good as the past.
Rated 5 out of 10 by XxRomeoxX Changed too much...was expecting better.
When i first started playing, i couldn't believe what i was seeing. They completely changed the game, the graphics, storyline, voices (except Cortex). I didn't like how they made Crash make noises like a child. I also didn't like Crash's sister's voice along with her "comedy". Don't know why Crunch is randomly in here, and his voice doesn't suit his character like it did in previous games. They should have taken Crash Bandicoot's Twinsanity, kept it's graphics, voices, and humor; as well as the boss concept. This game had no bosses, just mass attackings. Excluding the last battle of the game with Nina. Aku-Aku and Uka-Uka were nearly unrecognizable. I was expecting much better results in this game, but is a complete disappointment. The idea was fun, and I liked the multiplayer with the ability to control beasts, but the game changed too much. Didn't like the idea of "mojo" instead of the famous fruit. Overall, if you're looking for a good game, Twinsanity is as far as you'll get with Crash Bandicoot.
Rated 0 out of 10 by A Customer looks cool sounds weird a little
i love crash so much ive beaten crash 1,2,and 3 also woc, ctr, cttr, cnc, crash bash but still i do like the ariginal people who made the for fist game befor 2000 but the anoying thing im going to do is buy this and play it and add it to my collection of crash the only one i didint play was the game boy one one breathing fire sounds a little like that little purple dragon that crash met during these years
Rated 0 out of 10 by Josh Shindler Love The Characters New Looks In This Game!
I've heard about this game. Its where you hijack those titan monsters and you take control of their powers! I mean how cool is that! The last game (Crash Tag Team Racing) was too short. But this game, with its 20 levels this will most certainly keep me busy! Oh and by the by, right when I get this game. I'll play it!
Rated 0 out of 10 by Amanda Sweet, a new Crash game!
I have been playing Crash Bandicoot games since I was three years old. I am now 13 and still love them and look forward to the new games. This one looks very fun. I can't wait. Ofcourse, my favorite games in the series are for the PS1 but i still enjoy the PS2 games. Well, I am looking forward to it!
Rated 0 out of 10 by Damo Cool
I saw the preview for the game the other day and it looks new compaired to the other ones. There is a new type of graphics. It's kind of weird though for some reason Crash has tatoos. I think this game will be great.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Jensen nice platformer
Looks a bit better than the previous crash games which were alright, doesn't look like high replayability though. I think crash needs to work on his replay value
Rated 10 out of 10 by ZaKumo a new crash
this was a good way to go with crash this game was awsome if u people liked this u shud also play spyro,jak,sly they are also very good
Rated 7 out of 10 by lobothesacred3 Crash, A New Beat-em Up
It's a peaceful day until Dr. Cortex shows up to kidnap your sister. You end up traveling all over the island and defeating hordes of monsters to save her from his evil clutches and put an end to his latest plan to take over the world.
Crash of the Titans is more of a beat-em up then about platforming. The game tends to throw waves of enemies at you at rather regular intervals with some basic platforming throw in between these areas. The game largely focuses on the gimmick of this game which is taking over giant mutants, titans, created through mojo manipulation. The game does provide a rather decent supply of titans considering the overall length of this game and the number of levels.
On the downside the titans can prove a pain to deal with. You'll usually need to take over a smaller titan and work your way up, but the smaller titans have the annoying habit of blocking all of your attacks. The best way around this is with the spin attack, but that move can only be held for a small amount of time until you collect enough mojo to unlock the infinite spin ability. The other way to deal with the titans is to collect a titan mask that allows you to take over any titan after delivering a single attack on the enemy in question, but often times you won't have this option open to you and will need to spend several minutes trying to defeat the titan.
A bit of a mix. The game is a bit lacking on detail, but this appears to be a design choice for the most part. Though, I do question why Crash has tattoos on his arms and no longer wears his gloves.
I can't say anything bad about the soundtrack. On the other hand it isn't anything exceptional either.
The lasting appeal of this game is rather limited. I beat this game on normal mode and managed to find everything in less then 12 hours. There isn't anything to do after beating the game except trying it on a higher difficulty.
Lasting Appeal: 5