Debate ends: Crash Bandicoot is tougher in the N. Sane Trilogy

The Activision team recommends starting the trilogy with part two.

Kevin Kelly, editorial manager of Vicarious visions, has come to the fore to clarify what was an open secret: the Crash Bandicoot of the Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy It is more difficult than the original PSX because of the different additions and adjustments made by the team of Skylanders in his remarkable revision of the classic trilogy. He has explained it on the official blog of Activision: "We have considered unifying the designs of the three games" with the goal, they say, "of giving the player a cohesive experience between the three games of the Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy."

They comment that "we have spent many hours studying the three video games until we decided that the base of the trilogy was going to be Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, for representing the best and most modern approach to character control. "They guarantee that numerous tests were carried out to guarantee that an ideal point was reached for the playability of each of the games, making the necessary changes to adjust to them, but presenting similarities between them that would allow a similar experience in the three video games.

They are not the only changes: Vicarious recognizes that, due to the obvious differences between the original engine of Naughty dog and that of Activision, Crash's interaction with enemies and the collision system is different from the original. The addition of physics is related to the demand for greater precision in the jumps than in the original game. The developer believes that the Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy should begin with the second and third episodes, as it seems that the Crash Bandicoot original is the one that poses the most significant challenge for new and old users. The original Crash now includes dynamic difficulty, which helps you with Aku Aku skins if you die multiple times on the same level.

Despite the changes and the debate generated in recent months, Vicarious visions acknowledges that "we are especially happy to see the community together again offering tips and tricks to pass the most difficult levels. We are excited to welcome a new number of fans to the Crash community." Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy premiered in Playstation 4 last June 30th. The video game is being a success around the world, awakening nostalgia among all fans of the 32-bit marsupial.