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Crash Bandicoot Producer Says N. Sane Trilogy Looks ‘Same Old’; Franchise Should’ve Moved Forward | Power Up Gaming
The producer of the original Crash Bandicoot game has criticised Activision's upcoming remastered trilogy as being a "Frankenstein-ian" project, saying the franchise should have instead looked to "enthral" players with new and innovative ideas. In a sit-down chat with Power Up Gaming, Crash developer David Siller shared his thoughts on the Vicarious Visions-developed N. Sane Trilogy, which was shown off for the first time at last weekend's PlayStation Experience 2016 in Anaheim, California. Siller hit the headlines last year when he claimed he had been "black-balled" by Naughty Dog and original Crash publisher Universal Interactive Studios, with his contributions to the series being "totally forgotten about". The following are the developer's full thoughts on the N. Sane trilogy and its initial gameplay trailer: The remastered game looks great no doubt. Vicarious Visions is doing a great job as well. I don't know how it plays but if it isn't an obvious improvement then that would be a