Activision Still Owns Crash Bandicoot, And They Want Him To Come Back
Sad news everyone. That little rumour a lot of us were getting excited about last week, which suggested that Sony had somehow purchased Crash Bandicoot back from Activision, is nowhere near true. Activision still hold the license to a lot of people’s most nostalgic videogame character, and they want him to return soon.
Now let’s take a moment to ponder why that’s not nearly as exciting as Sony bring him back.
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Think back to the return of Spyro. If you have trouble remembering, them recall that Spyro only appears now as a character in Skylanders. And extremely popular game amongst kids and a massive, massive success for Activision, but not exactly the title actual Spyro fans would have been hoping for a few years back. What’s to say the same doesn’t happen to good old Crash?
Activision, following the rumours of last week, have announced that they want to bring Crash Bandicoot, although they’re not exactly sure how or when that will happen. In my opinion, I think they just want everyone to know that they still own the IP and not Sony, although I have very little faith in what Activision has in store for him.
But hey, maybe they could do something really cool and make, you know, a cart racer? Because it seems like that’s what everyone would die for.