CRASH Team Racing Nitro-Fueled has officially been announced during the Game Awards 2018 as a remake of the original PS1 kart classic. Fresh off the recent re-release success of the original Crash games, Activision has delivered another N. Sanely good remaster but when is it released and what characters are in the game? When is Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled released on PS4? Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled is set to be released June 21, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. PlayStation preorder bonuses include a Crash avatar, a Coco Racer avatar, and a CTR theme, whereas Microsoft promise a 'bonus in-game item' and a Crash Head Xbox One avatar mask. The standard edition of the game is available to pre-order now from Amazon for £34.99. A special edition, dubbed the Nitro Oxide Edition, is also set to be released which will include some additional new skins for some of the pre-existing characters. Is it a remake? Much like the recent success of the … [Read more...] about When is Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled released on PS4, is it a remake and what characters are in the game?
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Crash Team Racing, the classic multiplayer racing game for PlayStation, is coming back for its 20th anniversary. Activision announced during The Game Awards 2018 — with a disturbingly chatty Crash Bandicoot even there to present — that a remaster of the beloved game will launch next June on modern consoles. It’s called Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, and it’s a version of the PS1 original that Activision calls “built from the ground up.” Beenox has developed the HD upgrade, which will again feature characters like Crash and his sister Coco among the roster of playable racers. Modes from the original game carry over, like adventure and time trials. A core difference is that Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled will include both offline and online play, as one would hope for a multiplayer game launching in 2019. Still, many of us still hold a torch for the game as we remember it back in 1999, so it’s nice that things sound mostly unchanged otherwise. … [Read more...] about Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled is the PS1 fan favorite, remastered
Spyro the Dragon recently returned from his remastered adventures in the Spyro Reignited Trilogy. It’s the second remastered PS1 platformer collection, preceded by the Crash N.Sane Trilogy in 2017. With rumors swirling about Activision’s next platforming announcement, the purple dragon’s Twitter account left a big hint on what the company is planning. If we’re reading the wumpa leaves correctly, we could be seeing a return to Crash Team Racing. The tweet shows the Spyro drone flying towards a snowy mountainside, assumedly fresh from its visit with Snoop Dogg. The text reads that Spyro has arrived at Glacier Park. While the landscape looks the part, the name has a second meaning. Glacier Park is the third hub world in Crash Team Racing‘s adventure mode. When there, after racing through Blizzard Bluff and Polar Pass, you face off in a boss race with the Komodo Brothers. Crash Team Racing is Naughty Dog’s final … [Read more...] about Spyro Heads to Glacier Park in Crash Team Racing Tease
The list of safe bets for announcements at this year’s Game Awards is getting long, and now we can add a remake of CTR: Crash Team Racing to the list. A small, orange, fuzzy tease points to the official reveal later this week, and it looks like Activision aims to follow up on the tremendous success of previous PlayStation One remakes by bringing back the kart racer. Hollie Bennett, manager of PlayStation UK’s official YouTube channel, noted the arrival of an unusual package on social media. It contained a pair of orange, fuzzy dice and a note that something will be “sliding into the Game Awards” on December 6. Fuzzy dice suggests cars and orange fuzz suggests gaming’s favourite bandicoot. It’s also similar to the purple egg used to tease the Spyro remaster. As Eurogamer notes, this isn’t the first time the possibility of a CTR remake began floating around the internet. Hints toward the news surfaced on Facebook earlier this week, though it … [Read more...] about CTR: Crash Team Racing remake will reportedly debut at The Game Awards
Not satisfied with adding Bloodborne to this month's batch of complementary PlayStation Plus titles, Sony has launched a sale range built specifically out of PlayStation-exclusive titles. For the time being, you can pick up a number of PlayStation-only games with up to 75 per cent off, directly through the PlayStation Network. If you also happen to be a PS Plus subscriber, you'll get an extra discount on selected titles. PS4 owners have the biggest and arguably best range to choose from, including Horizon Zero Dawn for £15.99, Beyond: Two Souls for £6.49, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy for £18.49, Uncharted 4 for £19.99, The Last Guardian for £11.99, The Jak and Daxter Collection for £18.34, WipEout Omega Collection for £14.49, Nioh for £16.49 and a whole batch more. PS3 owners, meanwhile, have access to a series of PS1 classics as low as £1.69 including the one and only Destruction Derby, all three original Crash Bandicoot games as well as … [Read more...] about Jelly Deals: Up to 70% off PlayStation exclusives this week