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Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is spinning onto Nintendo Switch

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy is coming to Nintendo Switch on July 10, Nintendo announced during its latest Direct presentation.

Having first released exclusively for PS4 in June 2017, the trilogy of platforming remasters has gone on to sell millions of copies.

Rumours of it spreading to other platforms have surfaced several times in recent months, and now we finally have confirmation.

Players can also purchase the remaster for Xbox One and PC from July 10, and it’ll come with all the upgrades found in the original PS4 release.

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Earning 6/10 in our review, we thought the N.Sane trilogy was perfect nostalgia fodder but felt some of the platforming design didn’t quite hold up:

“It’s no big surprise to say that the N. Sane trilogy is another pleasant form of fan service from Sony, which does seem keen on this kind of thing when you remember it’s doing the same with Final Fantasy 7 and Shenmue 3. And the intended audience will love it.”

This might not be the only trilogy of remakes from Vicarious Visions, as a Spyro The Dragon remaster is also rumoured for release in 2018.

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