Crash of the Titans review

  • Old-school platforming
  • Taking control of monsters
  • Crash's pluck
  • So-so time in mediocre-land
  • Where's the innovation?
  • Where's the fun?

But the fact that the co-op two-player is as dull as bricks betrays how monotonous Crash of the Titans is. We’ve seen more variety in the non-marshmallow pieces of Lucky Charms. Crash of the Titans can drop new scenery in front of you and roll in the odd new roaring baddie - but there’s no escaping that this is a LONG game of walk-forward-and-press-button. Crash was happily traipsing towards the back of your TV and not much else a decade ago - and if you could mould those slivers of Mojo into balls, paint them red and eat them, this would be indistinguishable from the crate-smashing, apple-guzzling game of yesteryear.

More Info

Release date: Oct 08 2007 - Xbox 360, Wii, PS2
Oct 02 2007 - DS (US)
Available Platforms: Xbox 360, Wii, PSP, PS2, DS
Genre: Action
Published by: Sierra, Sierra Online
Developed by: Amaze Entertainment, Radical Entertainment
ESRB Rating:
Everyone 10+: Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor, Mild Language
PEGI Rating:


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