We weren't too impressed with Crash Boom Bang!
, Crash Bandicoot's minigame-filled
debut on the Nintendo DS. Crash Tag Team Racing DS
couldn't even manage to drive itself out of the studio before the project was scrapped. Third time's the charm, maybe?Crash of the Titans
brings the series to not only the DS, but the GBA and Wii. Screenshots of the Wii title indicate that the blue-jeaned marsupial will be thrown back into his natural, platforming
/adventure-gaming habitat, freeing him from the wacky genres that've watered down the franchise. Players will be able to unlock extra elements in the Wii version
with a DS copy of the game.
We're much too cautious to let another Crash Bandicoot title get our hopes up, but we wish Radical Entertainment all the best with its development. Though the Spanish magazine that unveiled Crash of the Titans
mentioned an October release, the game isn't guaranteed to arrive in the US at the same date.