I'm a hardcore Crash Bandicoot fan. So when I saw this game for the first time, I shook my head and thought "Why?". But as it turns out, this game is not terrible. In fact it's even good at times. The hardcore Crash fan won't like this game nearly as much to someone new to the franchise, but you certainly won't hate it. It's certainly a new skyle of gameplay and a new design. And I prefer the old Crash much better. But Crash of the Titans is fun. The new ability to hijack monsters was unique, and I enjoyed it. The characters have been given new designs, some are good, others terrible. The gameplay is hit or miss. Hijacking new creatures and the challenging boss battles was probably the best part of the gameplay. Everything else is boring. You make your way through a stage, defeat some minions, collect mojo, fight a new hijackable enemy, rinse and repeat. There are only three major boss fights and a few other minor ones. There are little unlockables in these levels like concept art, unlockable costumes for Crash, and robots that can be destroyed. You are also given a score of sorts at the end of each stage. Completed, bronze, sivler, and gold. This score is based off three elements of gameplay: If you destroyed all three spybots, how many minions you defeated, and the number of hits you land in a combo. This CAN add some replay ability, but I never bothered to get all gold medals in the 20 stages of the game. The game is long enough, and there is a co-op mode where you can team up with a friend and try to beat the game. But this just wasn't for me. I would much rather prefer the old Crash, but I didn't hate Titans by any means. It was a decent game, and fun overall, but boring in some sections. Hardcore Crash fans be warned: This isn't the old Crash Bandicoot we know and love. But its and interesting attempt at something new, and they REALLY nailed it in Mind of Mutants, a much better game.
yes: I recommend this product