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Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex Latest News - PS2

Game Description:Sick of failing to destroy Crash, the evil Cortex has genetically engineered a secret weapon called Crunch, designed to be the perfect Crash-killer. But Crunch needs four magic masks as a power supply, so Crash and Coco must find them first. Crash also has to destroy a Cortex fortress in each of the world's four corners. This 3D platform adventure has more than 30 levels, taking the action from jungle to Japan, from the Arctic wastes to an active volcano. The eight vehicles include a glider, a jeep, a flying machine, and a spaceship. The PS2 version also offers Coco as a playable character.
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    Like the U.S. and Russia for 44 years, Activision and EA seem like two superpowers engaged in a cold war, and the gaming world hangs in the balance. In this week's Sessler's Soapbox, Adam critiques the actions of these two ultra-corporations of gaming, where they're succeeding and where they're failing. By dropping many of their more...

    Posted August 6, 2008| 28 Comments

    Sessler's Soapbox: Gaming's New Evil Empire
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