For the record, that includes the original 1996 Crash Bandicoot game and follow-ups Cortex Strikes Back and Warped, all with improved visuals and gameplay tweaks. The series made its debut on the original PlayStation system in 1996. Think about it. You're enjoying Crash 1 whilst on the train to work, when suddenly, you're find yourself playing the notoriously tricky level The High Road. The exclusivity to PS4 wasn't surprising given Crash Bandicoot's initial sole availability on Sony's consoles. Remastered versions of the first three Crash Bandicoot games will make their way to the Nintendo Switch on July 10. There is also likelihood that the upcoming games might be multi-platform immediately during launch. Though it's unclear whether the Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy will be getting any new enhancements or extra features on the new platforms, it would definitely be interesting to see if we will receive some different motion or touchscreen controls on the Switch. Three awesome games in one great package. Packed with new features, upgraded visuals, and intuitive control schemes via the Joy-Con controllers, its return has always been requested by fans of the series. The game is set to release on July 10 this year.
Le'Veon Bell says he will not sit out 2018 season
Otherwise, the running back will make $14.5 million in 2018 and become a free agent after the season. "We'll get a deal done". Le'Veon Bell will play for the Pittsburgh Steelers next season, but he's still not pleased with his contract situation.
Gold falls as ECB's policy normalisation lifts the dollar
Headline inflation dropped to 1.2 percent in February, while "core" CPI excluding food and energy remained at just 1 percent. But he said such disputes should be worked out among trade partners, not decided by measures initiated from one side.