One of my favorite Playstation games of all time, Crash Bandicoot: Mind Over Mutant for the PSP version is ublished by Activision and developed by Vancouver-based Radical Entertainment. The game’s story is about the arrival of a popular technological device that puts whoever uses it under the control of the device’s creators and antagonists of the story Doctor Neo Cortex and Doctor Nitrus Brio. The only one unaffected by the device, other than his magical mask friend Aku-Aku, Crash Bandicoot must free his friends from the control of the device and put an end to Doctor Cortex’s plot.
The game lets you play in either simple, normal and hard mode. Naturally, I chose the easiest mode when I started playing it haha. The game lets you use Crash to control monster mutants once you defeat them while you go around with or without your monster solving puzzles and completing missions. At the start of the game, the music sounds weird like it has a hardware malfunction problem he he he. The background music got better as I played more and more missions. I do not like Crash’s movement especially when I press the punch button. Even just one press of the punch button forces Crash to do some other extra movements that for sure if I were playing in hard mode, I would have been clobbered by the enemies right away. The game also features clips in cartoon style which are hilarious and fun to watch. Over all, the game is not bad. I have been a fan of Crash Bandicoot ever since it debuted for the Playstation 1, and even with this game, I still had fun playing it.