At PlayStation Experience 2016 we got our first look at some new screens and info for Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy! Come inside to see what you can expect from this new take on the classic trilogy. We have a large gallery of new screenshots you’re going to love!
Dan Tanguay, Game Director at Vicarious Visions, had this to say about the trilogy:
It’s practically impossible to make a traditional remaster of the original Naughty Dog games. They’re roughly 20 years old, and technology has advanced significantly in that time. The original code and assets are nearly unusable. Nearly.
But we don’t consider this a remake. We know how much you all love the original games, so we didn’t want to fully remake them. The N. Sane Trilogy is a remaster plus.
The first step in our remaster plus was to truly understand what made the Naughty Dog games special and why fans still love them to this day. The best way to understand a game is to play it, and boy, did we play the Crash games. We played them to the point that we broke controllers from mashing the jump button too much. We studied original concept art and commercials for inspiration. And we went even further back to understand the material that originally inspired Naughty Dog, including Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and Looney Tunes.