Watch Crash Prepare For His “Fur-K” Remaster in These Hilarious N Sane Trilogy Ads (VIDEO)
Crash Bandicoot will be coming to the PlayStation 4 later this month in the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy, a complete remake of the first three games that graced the PlayStation all those years ago back in the 90s. Developer Vicarious Visions has shown on a number of occasions how much visual polish they’ve added to the original trilogy, while also managing to recapture the cartoony antics of the previous games. Now, a series of N Sane Trilogy ads featuring our favorite orange marsupial have gone online showing the character prepare for his latest “fur-K” remastered compilation. Check them out in the videos below.
This isn’t the first time Crash’s likeness was presented as a bulky Crash Bandicoot costume. Back in 1996, several live-action Crash Bandicoot ads aired on TV as well, portraying Crash as a lovable smack-talker on a mission to best his “plumber-boy” rival Mario. The character eventually went as far as to drive up to Nintendo themselves to hand-deliver a supposed day of reckoning, before being quickly escorted away by security.
The Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy will be released on June 30 for PlayStation 4, and it is going to cost $39.99. To see what is up for grabs in terms of pre-order bonuses, direct your attention this way.
What did you think of Crash’s silly new commercials? Do the N Sane Trilogy ads hold up to the originals? How excited are you to play Crash’s “fur-K” remaster? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hour a day! If more Crash Bandicoot stuff is what you’re looking for, look no further than the next few links below:
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