But who knows. Check back for more news on Activision's projects. "But our first priority is to make sure we are servicing the communities that we are already lucky enough to have", he added.
Sane Trilogy's first week of release is off to a flying start, both in the United States and the UK.
Based on Hirshberg's statements, it does look like Activision is still interested in the series as a whole. It could also just be legacy code that has somehow been ported over with the original parts of the game, but that seems unlikely considering how much of the original Crash games had to be remade for its remastering.More news: Syrian Girl Killed in New Refugee Camp Blaze in Lebanon
Crash Bandicoot is finally back with Vicarious Visions' wonderful N. Sane Trilogy remastering of the original three games, and as rapturous as the critical and fan reception is so far, there's also been a consistent sentiment expressing surprise at just how hard the games are. He said that "We are experimenting with Crash".
The Crash series is back in the spotlight with the release of the N. However, some are now realizing that the "Crash Bandicoot" games are a lot harder than they remember. It's being speculated that this is the release date for the Xbox One version of the game.
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Sane Trilogy has proven to be a surprise hit for Activision by becoming the best selling console exclusive launch in UK.
Sane Trilogy now out in stores, the franchise has not seen this type of buzz since the PSOne days.
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