"It's About Time is exactly what the fans wanted from a modern sequel, and maybe even something newcomers didn't know they needed."
The ESRB may have spilled the beans.
Another platformer great prepares to take center stage on our live show.
It's About Time you checked out our video review and a bunch of cool gameplay clips.
It comes surprisingly early as the game launches on October 2.
The demo is set to feature two playable levels and will allow you to play as both Crash and Neo Cortex.
These appear to be more challenging versions of the bonus stages that fans will remember from the original PS1 trilogy.
Make sure you've got enough room cleared for Crash's next adventure.
We got another look at It's About Time during State of Play.
Toys for Bob is finally bringing Crash back, and we are both pleasantly surprised and somewhat concerned after playing three levels.
It's ok, the store listing was inaccurate and players won't have to stump up cash for in-game items and whatnot.
Update: Toys for Bob has clarified that there won't be microtransactions, and it sound like the confusion actually stems from the studio being in a giving mood.
Store listing reveals more details about the upcoming return of Crash.
The publisher is looking at potential additional platforms for It's About Time.
A new art style, new playable characters and new mechanics awaits on October 2.
We've had a chat with Toys for Bob's Paul Yan, and the new Crash looks like it will be worth the wait.