Crash: Mind over Mutant
Crash Bandicoot returns in an all-new adventure, Mind Over Mutant. However, we use the words "all-new" lightly, as this feels more like an extension of last year's Crash of the Titans. Its graphics are beautiful and the sound quality is surprisingly high, with hours of fresh and humorous dialogue. However, rotating the left analog stick to make Crash spin is a pain, as he can easily fall off a ledge while doing it. The story is also flimsy and not interesting. Mutant is still a great game for kids and achievement junkies, but this series needs a reboot for anyone else.
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