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Crash of the Titans - Nintendo Wii

4.2 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews
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  • Hijack and battle titanic monsters! Don't beat 'em -- Jack 'em! Control, play and BATTLE as 15 different outrageous and totally unique enemies, including the likes of Scorporilla, Ratcicle and Shellephant -- multiple playable weapons!
  • Using the monsters' special abilities, breathe fire and strike with earth-shaking attacks. Use one enemy as a weapon to blow away the others.
  • Intense New Combat Moves for Crash! For the first time ever Crash now has a powerful acrobatic fighting system: punches and flying kicks, multiple attacks and special counter moves. Power up skills to unlock new attacks and blazing combos!
  • Chaotic Co-op Action! It's twice the Crash! At any point in the game get your buddy to join in and play as Carbon-Crash, and work together to unleash total chaos!
  • Crash can even jack Carbon-Crash (or vice versa) for some hysterical Crash/jacked-Crash mayhem!!!

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Platform: Nintendo Wii

The evil Neo Cortex has turned the creatures of Crash's island into horrific mutations! But by using a whole arsenal of new combat moves Crash can hijack the monsters and gain control of their awesome powers.

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Platform:Nintendo Wii
Release date October 2, 2007
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4.2 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,476 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
I haven't seen any reviews for this game (not only on Amazon, but anywhere), so I decided to give it a go. Before I begin, I want to point out that I am a big fan of the previous Crash games (not so much for Twin Sanity), so I was anticipating this for a while now. The first time I seen an advertisement for this was at the movie theaters. It looked like it would be fun, but then when it came out, nobody reviewed it.

My 8-year-old son begged me to buy it (I wanted Metroid), so I did and we are both having a blast with it. The only things similar to the older games I feel are the characters. Everything else looked and played like it was built from scratch. There are similarities with this game and the older games, but not much. One example is that the boxes that are plentiful with Mangos (or whatever there called)to smash and grab are present in this game, but are not as plentiful or seem as necessary as in the previous games.

The 2-player part of the game is cool because the 2nd player can come and go whenever they feel like it. It's nice for my family because my daughter gets bored of games easily and when my son gets stuck at a hard part (hard for him - this game is easy), I can jump in and help him out, then split whenever I want.

I recommend getting the Wii version because of the control scheme. The Wii remote functions change depending on what Titan Crash controls. Sometimes you use it as a Zapper, and sometimes it's necessary to pound it on your chest like a gorilla to use special abilities. Shaking the Wii remote also causes Crash to spin like in the previous games. I would say graphically, the game would probably be on par with the PS2. I haven't seen the PS3 or XBOX version yet to compare.

Even though it's different from previous Crash entries, I gave it a four out of five mainly because it's still unique and the multiplayer function is pretty original and works great.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
First off, my three stars mean I think the game is mediocre. Not terrible, not even bad, but a little better than so-so. It's worth at least trying, just maybe not owning. Maybe. You probably won't be beating your head against a wall after playing it or threatening the makers of this game with frightening letters and emails (and social media posts).

Crash has to rescue his friends with magical powers supplied to him by a witchdoctor (if I played the right game and not Mind Over Mutant) that enables him to control certain enemies by climbing into their heads after beating the crap out of them. Hey, it's a video game; don't overthink it.

The game plays from a fixed camera angle, so you won't have to deal much with an unruly camera that goes haywire at the exact wrong moment. Unfortunately it also means you'll only be seeing the action from one direction (not the British boy band) so your view of the world will be somewhat limited, although I suppose if you were to somehow hack the game and force the camera to turn, you'd probably just see a lot of empty space and maybe a few bits of virtual data or maybe whatever Atreyu saw when staring at the Nothing.

The controls are actually pretty good and they hardly ever force you to do any gestures. You can smack your enemies with the B trigger and jump with the A button. Motion controls are just for stronger attacks if I remember correctly, maybe special moves while you're riding a monster.

I don't know why they decided to make Crash incoherent in this game. Maybe they're post-1996 Mario fans and wanted to make Crash more like a dumb*** with seemingly piss-poor communication skills but also an image ability to save the land from evil ... or something. I meant to make this review sooner while the experience was still fresh in my mind. I borrowed this game so I had to take it back. Now where was I? Is anyone actually reading this?
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
This is a fun game, but don't be fooled... It's pretty different from previous Crash Bandicoot games. Although I haven't played the game much, I know it well enough to give you the Bad, Neutral, and Good, in that order. Please don't just read the Bad, before making the decision on whether or not this game is good for you.

The Bad:

1. The potty humor. I mean, really, who decided potty humor was humor at all anyway?! That's just my opinion, I don't mean any offense to those who *yuck!* enjoy the type of humor like what is in this game... Still, there are many jokes better than this type that a larger audience could relate to. In a cutscene before the game starts, Crash burps and Coco congratulates him for it (whatever happened to teaching children good manners?). Then, if you press the action button near Crash's home on the first level, he'll go in and use the bathroom facillity... While you, of course, don't see anything, the sound of a toilet flushing for a bandicoot gives worse visuals than one should really bear. Also, you destroy Neo Cortex's "Spy Toilets" to get rewards. SPY TOILETS?! I'm only glad they didn't show us how Cortex designed this invention... This is only at the beginning of the game. Who knows what other nasty jokes made it in here?

2. Dull plot. Let's face it, it's been done a thousand times in videogame history: _____ gets kidnapped, and _____ must rescue him/her. Fill the first blank with Coco and Aku Aku, and the second blank with Crash and you have your main plot. This is unoriginal and lame. The only thing keeping me going storywise is that I'm curious to see if there's any more information about how Crash came to be (watch the stuff that shows when you first access the game).

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