Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is doing much to discuss in recent days, flame wars everywherand among the people who define it as the greatest porcata of the twenty-first century and who praise him to absolute perfection, also passing by those who defined it as the new Dark Souls. Are we serious?

Without losing ourselves in prolonged talk about the difficulty of the game, we go straight to the point, to the truth because you are here. We know very well that the game has remained unchanged in its structure, just as the first three chapters have maintained easter egg and little secrets. The only true addition, always admitted that you do not define the work of "texturing"A novelty, is the chance to play with Coco Bandicoot instead of his brother Crash. I seriously said "texturing"?

To do this, you have to follow particular paths that I will list here below.

  • Crash Bandicoot 1: You will have to defeat the boss Papu Papu and once you complete the mission you will see an alternate path on the general map that if followed will get you there Coco, once you do it just press the key R2 to "switch" character
  • Crash Bandicoot 2 The Return of Cortex: In this second chapter you will need to defeat the boss Ripper Roo, similarly to the first chapter here you can see an alternate path on the map that will allow you to unlock Coco giving you the option to choose it by pressing the button R2
  • Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped: In this third chapter Coco will be available from the beginning by pressing the button R2 (what a nice button R2!), I also remember that thanks to Coco you will be able to unlock many trophies such as gold Brakeless, which will require the defeat of 5 enemies with the rotating sword of the marsupiale.

From this guide you can see that you will need the dear sister of Crash Bandicoot to platinum the three chapters that make up the trilogy, and then oh, Coco is fun, it's a shame to play it just above the teddy bear and do not you like the water bike?

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