Crash Twinsanity


In this 11th installment of the Crash Bandicoot series, players get to dive into a beautiful, open-world environment similar to the other games.

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In this 11th installment of the Crash Bandicoot series, players get to dive into a beautiful, open-world environment similar to the other games. The entire game is based on semi-3-D environments but is considered to be an adventure platform game. In this installment, characters including Nina Cortex and Dr. Cortex are present. The plain and simple design and game story allow anyone to play the PS2 game, including young children. Unlike previous games in the franchise, Crash must work beside his nemesis, the evil Doctor Neo Cortex. Gameplay continues as you assume the role of one of three characters: Crash, Dr. Cortex, or Nina Cortex. However, saying Bandicoot and Cortex work together is a bit of a stretch. A simpler statement would be that Crash is forced to work for the evil Dr. Cortex and Mrs. Cortex. Together, Crash and each Cortex must fight the Evil Twins to save the Wumpa Islands. The twins are anything but right-minded. Their madness is the reason for the game’s title of “Twinsanity.” Gamers have an unusual opportunity in this game to play as either an evil villain or as a hero. Weapons at the disposal of Crash Bandicoot include ray guns, rockets, and mechanical arms. In addition to defeating enemies, Crash or Dr. Cortex will have to solve puzzles. Each quest helps the player increase the level of Crash or Dr. Cortex's stats and abilities. When searching through each level of the adventure game, your character will also have the opportunity to collect new weapons and gems. If Crash or Dr. Cortex is able to collect enough Wumpa fruit, they can earn extra lives. It is necessary to finish all quests in a level in order to move on. As you progress through the game, you will also have the chance to unlock special content, like game art and videos. During the game, Dr. Cortex, the other Cortex, or Crash can use a variety of different moves. Some of these moves are only available to certain players. Specialized moves include the Twin Slam, Twin Throw, Spank, and Rollerbrawl. Other tasks include running through simple jump-and-run areas and the classic jump, slide, and spin mechanism used in all of the franchise games. Obstacles are, at times, somewhat humorous. Crash may have to try and outrun a very upset polar bear or travel the sewers looking for a jet pack to escape with.The graphics in Crash Twinsanity are clean, crisp, and bright. The art is rendered in the familiar, cartoonish style of the franchise. The Sony PlayStation has a history of providing gamers with fun, quality experiences. This Crash Twinsanity installment of the series doesn't disappoint. While it is similar to other video games featuring Bandicoot, the storyline and game features make it able to stand on its own.

Additional information

Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 1 in
Game Condition

Box and Game only, no Manual


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