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Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (クラッシュ バンディクー ブッとび3段もり!, Kurasshu Bandikū Buttobi San-Dan Mori!; lit. "Crash Bandicoot Surprise 3-Stage Serving!" in Japan) is a 3D platforming video game published by Activision, developed by Vicarious Visions,[2] who have previously released Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure, Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced, Crash Nitro Kart, and Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage.

It was originally released in the United Kingdom on June 23, 2017, before being released worldwide on June 30 and in Japan on August 3, initially exclusive for the PlayStation 4. Activision later released the game for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Steam on June 29, 2018 in North America, Europe, and Australia, whilst Sega published the game for the Nintendo Switch in Japan on October 18, 2018.[3]

The game consists as a collection remakes of the original Crash Bandicoot (1996), Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (1997), and Crash Bandicoot: Warped (1998) with slightly altered gameplay, a remastered soundtrack, re-recorded dialogue with high definition cutscenes, a unified load and save menu and time trials for all three games.[4]

Cast

English

Japanese

Levels

Crash Bandicoot

Island Level Type Level Items Boxes Relic Times Developer Time Loading Screen Hint Bonus Tokens
N. Sanity Island Beach; Jungle 1. N. Sanity Beach Clear gem icon 49 Sapphire relic icon: 0:34:00

Gold relic icon: 0:28:26

Platinum relic icon: 0:25:76

0:22.98 Collect 3 Aku Aku masks to become invincible. N/A
Jungle 2. Jungle Rollers Clear gem icon 43 Sapphire relic icon: 1:03:00

Gold relic icon: 0:48:12

Platinum relic icon: 0:46:89

0:42.16 Spinning TNT is deadly. Jump on it instead. Tawna icon
Native Village Wall 3. The Great Gate Clear gem icon 38 Sapphire relic icon: 1:05:00

Gold relic icon: 0:53:29

Platinum relic icon: 0:48:07

0:43.67 Spinning a log platform lets you jump on it. Tawna icon
Boulder Chase 4. Boulders Clear gem icon 16 Sapphire relic icon: 1:04.00

Gold relic icon: 0:49.44

Platinum relic icon: 0:47.48

0:46.11 Break all of the boxes in a level to earn a clear gem. N/A
River 5. Upstream Clear gem icon 36 Sapphire relic icon: 1:03.00

Gold relic icon: 0.49.95

Platinum relic icon: 0:46.51

0:44.21 Collect 3 face tokens to unlock a bonus round. Tawna icon
Boss; Village Hut Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon Papu Papu N/A N/A N/A N/A Body blows don't hurt him. N/A
Jungle 6. Rolling Stones Clear gem icon 87 Sapphire relic icon: 1:04.00

Gold relic icon: 0:50.35

Platinum relic icon: 0:46.49

0:41.67 Unlock a new path by earning the blue gem elsewhere. Tawna iconBrio icon
Hog Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon 7. Hog Wild Clear gem icon 24 Sapphire relic icon: 0:55.00

Gold relic icon: 0:47.53

Platinum relic icon: 0:43.42

0:41.33 Hold jump to bounce higher on drums. N/A
Village Wall 8. Native Fortress Clear gem icon 48 Sapphire relic icon: 2:55.00

Gold relic icon: 2:25.87

Platinum relic icon: 2:05.80

1:57.29 Want old-school controls? Try the directional buttons! Tawna icon
Wumpa Island River 9. Up the Creek Clear gem icon 48 Sapphire relic icon: 1:42.00

Gold relic icon: 1:20.25

Platinum relic icon: 1:16.31

1:12.64 Failing a bonus round doesn't cost lives, so retry it! Tawna icon
Boss; Waterfall Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon Ripper Roo N/A N/A N/A N/A Direct attacks don't hurt him. N/A
Ancient Ruins 10. The Lost City Green gem icon 82 Sapphire relic icon: 2:35.00

Gold relic icon: 1:56.12

Platinum relic icon: 1:40.52

1:36.70 Break every box without dying to earn a special gem. Tawna iconBrio icon
Dark Temple 11. Temple Ruins Clear gem icon 67 Sapphire relic icon: 2:11.00

Gold relic icon: 1:32.61

Platinum relic icon: 1:25.34

1:19.04 Missing boxes? Follow the trail of wumpa fruit. N/A
Bridge 12. Road to Nowhere Clear gem icon 42 Sapphire relic icon: 1:24.00

Gold relic icon: 1:03.26

Platinum relic icon: 0:57.85

0:51.65 Direct attacks don't hurt these high-altitude hogs. Tawna icon
Boulder Chase 13. Boulder Dash Clear gem icon 35 Sapphire relic icon: 1:45.00

Gold relic icon: 1:24.61

Platinum relic icon: 1:18.08

1:15.55 Unlock a new path by earning the purple gem elsewhere. N/A
Hog Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon 26. Whole Hog Key icon Clear gem icon 24 Sapphire relic icon: 0:48.00

Gold relic icon: 0:30.44

Platinum relic icon: 0:26.87

0:25.82 Hold jump to bounce higher on drums. N/A
Ancient Ruins 14. Sunset Vista Clear gem iconKey icon 90 Sapphire relic icon: 5:30.00

Gold relic icon: 4:10.04

Platinum relic icon: 3:41.85

3:22.26 Want old-school controls? Try the directional buttons! Tawna iconCortex icon
Boss; Mines Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon Koala Kong N/A N/A N/A N/A He likes to flex whenever he has an audience. N/A
Cortex Island Factory 15. Heavy Machinery Clear gem icon 86 Sapphire relic icon: 2:20.00

Gold relic icon: 1:57.82

Platinum relic icon: 1:36.29

1:28.56 Failing a bonus round doesn't cost lives, so retry it! Tawna iconBrio icon
Electric Pipes 16. Cortex Power Clear gem icon 42 Sapphire relic icon: 1:05.00

Gold relic icon: 0:43.98

Platinum relic icon: 0:39.70

0:33.29 Unlock a new path by earning the blue gem elsewhere. N/A
Powering Station 17. Generator Room Orange gem icon 52 Sapphire relic icon: 1:22.00

Gold relic icon: 1:08.37

Platinum relic icon: 0:59.72

0:53.75 Break every box without dying to earn a special gem. Tawna icon
Toxic Plant 18. Toxic Waste Blue gem icon 39 Sapphire relic icon: 1:16.00

Gold relic icon: 1:03.47

Platinum relic icon: 0:55.75

0:52.31 Break every box without dying to earn a special gem. Tawna icon
Boss; Office Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon Pinstripe Potoroo N/A N/A N/A N/A His Tommy gun isn't always reliable. N/A
Bridge 19. The High Road Clear gem icon 45 Sapphire relic icon: 1:28.00

Gold relic icon: 1:13.29

Platinum relic icon: 1:04.61

1:00.42 Hold jump to bounce higher off of flipped turtles. Tawna icon
Castle Exterior 20. Slippery Climb Red gem icon 51 Sapphire relic icon: 3:30.00

Gold relic icon: 3:00.47

Platinum relic icon: 2:26.08

2:19.17 Break every box without dying to earn a special gem. Brio icon
Dark Hallway 21. Lights Out Purple gem icon 15 Sapphire relic icon: 1:31.00

Gold relic icon: 1:20.67

Platinum relic icon: 1:06.87

1:02.58 Break every box without dying to earn a special gem. N/A
Dark Hallway 27. Fumbling in the Dark Key icon Clear gem icon 18 Sapphire relic icon: 2:28.00

Gold relic icon: 1:57.68

Platinum relic icon: 1:41.59

1:26.94 Keep Aku Aku by your side at all times. N/A
Dark Temple 22. Jaws of Darkness Clear gem iconKey icon 112 Sapphire relic icon: 2:21.00

Gold relic icon: 1:59.21

Platinum relic icon: 1:36.26

1:36.07 Unlock a new path by earning the blue gem elsewhere. Tawna iconCortex icon
Factory 23. Castle Machinery Clear gem icon 27 Sapphire relic icon: 3:15.00

Gold relic icon: 2:37.61

Platinum relic icon: 2:09.89

2:05.85 Unlock a new path by earning the green gem elsewhere. N/A
Boss; Potions Room Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon Dr. Nitrus Brio N/A N/A N/A N/A If you squish a blob, it'll squirt across the room. N/A
Castle Interior 24. The Lab Yellow gem icon 36 Sapphire relic icon: 1:20.00

Gold relic icon: 0:56.22

Platinum relic icon: 0:44.92

0:42.70 Break every box without dying to earn a special gem. Tawna icon
Penthouse Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon 25. The Great Hall N/A N/A N/A N/A Return here when you've earned every clear gem. N/A
Boss; Airship Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon Dr. Neo Cortex N/A N/A N/A N/A Certain energy bolts can be deflected back at him. N/A
Castle Exterior 28. Stormy Ascent Clear gem icon 56 Sapphire relic icon: 7:00.00

Gold relic icon: 4:30.00

Platinum relic icon: 3:10.00

2:53.50 Good luck! (You're gonna need it.) Brio icon

Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back

Warp Room

Level Type

Level

Items

Boxes

Relic Times

Developer Time Loading Screen Hint

Warp Room 1 (Jungle)

Jungle

1. Turtle Woods

Power crystal iconClear gem iconBlue gem icon

62

Sapphire relic icon: 1:15:00

Gold relic icon: 0:56.87

Platinum relic icon: 0:45.47

0:42.35 Be kind to the boxes to earn a special gem.

Snow

2. Snow Go

Power crystal iconClear gem iconRed gem icon

74

Sapphire relic icon: 1:10.00

Gold relic icon: 0:49.64

Platinum relic icon: 0:42.88

0:41.88 Discover and finish the secret route for a special gem.

Stream

3. Hang Eight

Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon

74

Sapphire relic icon: 1:20.00

Gold relic icon: 1:02.93

Platinum relic icon: 0:56.24

0:51.73 Failing a bonus path doesn't cost lives, so retry it!

Jungle

4. The Pits

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

53

Sapphire relic icon: 1:40.00

Gold relic icon: 1:11.51

Platinum relic icon: 1:00.34

0:56.34 Break locked boxes with a well-aimed body slam.

Chase

5. Crash Dash

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

44

Sapphire relic icon: 1:33.00

Gold relic icon: 1:07.22

Platinum relic icon: 0:59.68

0:55.68 Sliding can help you move faster.

Boss; Waterfall Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

Ripper Roo

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A He shouldn't play around with nitro boxes.  Neither should you.

Warp Room 2 (Snow)

Snow

6. Snow Biz

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

125

Sapphire relic icon: 1:31.00

Gold relic icon: 1:09.82

Platinum relic icon: 0:51.97

0:45.57 Unlock a new path by earning the red gem elsewhere.

Stream

7. Air Crash

Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon

102

Sapphire relic icon: 1:27.00

Gold relic icon: 1:01.01

Platinum relic icon: 0:52.75

0:48.30 A perfect run up to a death platform makes it appear.

Polar Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

8. Bear It

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

45

Sapphire relic icon: 1:05.00

Gold relic icon: 0:48.07

Platinum relic icon: 0:44.82

0:40.82 Tap run for extra speed at the cost of control.

Chase

9. Crash Crush

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

57

Sapphire relic icon: 1:57.00

Gold relic icon: 1:19.83

Platinum relic icon: 1:07.87

1:05.56 Sliding can help you avoid dangerous obstacles.

Sewer

10. The Eel Deal

Power crystal iconClear gem iconGreen gem icon

79

Sapphire relic icon: 1:48.00

Gold relic icon: 1:08.46

Platinum relic icon: 0:58.90

0:47.29 A special gem hides behind something fake.

Boss; Circus Tent Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

Komodo Brothers

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A Direct attacks don't hurt them.

Warp Room 3 (Sewer)

Stream

11. Plant Food

Power crystal iconClear gem iconYellow gem icon

53

Sapphire relic icon: 1:59.00

Gold relic icon: 1:03.31

Platinum relic icon: 0:57.28

0:52.58 Beat the timer to earn a special gem.

Sewer

12. Sewer or Later

Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon

57

Sapphire relic icon: 1:04.00

Gold relic icon: 0:41.29

Platinum relic icon: 0:34.00

0:31.96 Unlock a new path by earning the yellow gem elsewhere.

Polar Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

13. Bear Down

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

42

Sapphire relic icon: 1:03.00

Gold relic icon: 0:49.85

Platinum relic icon: 0:46.14

0:39.78 Tap run before a jump for greater distance.

Ruins

14. Road to Ruin

Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon

89

Sapphire relic icon: 1:13.00

Gold relic icon: 0:51.78

Platinum relic icon: 0:39.04

0:30.60 Clear gems often appear at the end of death routes.

Chase; Polar Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

15. Un-Bearable

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

58

Sapphire relic icon: 2:24.00

Gold relic icon: 1:35.53

Platinum relic icon: 1:26.10

1:22.00 The giant bear opens a secret passage.

Boss; Space Lab Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

Tiny Tiger

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A He doesn't pay attention to his surroundings.

Warp Room 4 (Ruins)

Sewer

16. Hangin' Out

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

93

Sapphire relic icon: 1:25.00

Gold relic icon: 1:03.82

Platinum relic icon: 0:56.23

0:53.52 Try jumping right after a slide for greater distance.

Mountain

17. Diggin' It

Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon

95

Sapphire relic icon: 2:40.00

Gold relic icon: 1:48.12

Platinum relic icon: 1:36.77

1:17.69 Burrowing avoids plants and bees. But not mallets.

Snow

18. Cold Hard Crash

Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon

155

Sapphire relic icon: 2:36.00

Gold relic icon: 2:06.07

Platinum relic icon: 1:35.99

1:29.03 A perfect run up to a death platform makes it appear.

Ruins

19. Ruination

Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon

84

Sapphire relic icon: 1:58.00

Gold relic icon: 1:19.36

Platinum relic icon: 1:04.36

0:55.52 Unlock a new path by earning the green gem elsewhere.

Mountain

20. Bee-Having

Power crystal iconClear gem iconPurple gem icon

94

Sapphire relic icon: 2:00.00

Gold relic icon: 1:22.00

Platinum relic icon: 1:13.42

1:10.42 A special gem lies beyond a clever deception.

Boss; Space Port Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

Dr. N. Gin

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A Dodging keeps you safe but makes it harder to aim.

Warp Room 5 (Space)

Factory

21. Piston It Away

Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon

69

Sapphire relic icon: 1:57.00

Gold relic icon: 1:23.33

Platinum relic icon: 1:16.03

1:13.03 Clear gems often appear at the end of death routes.

Jet Pack Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

22. Rock It

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

39

Sapphire relic icon: 1:15.00

Gold relic icon: 0:59.55

Platinum relic icon: 0:53.44

0:46.60 Invert your flight controls in the options menu.

Jungle (Night)

23. Night Fight

Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon

46

Sapphire relic icon: 1:45.00

Gold relic icon: 1:10.98

Platinum relic icon: 1:04.19

1:02.25 Friendly fireflies will help light your way.

Jet Pack Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

24. Pack Attack

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

45

Sapphire relic icon: 1:22.00

Gold relic icon: 1:08.29

Platinum relic icon: 0:58.25

0:57.25 Invert your flight controls in the options menu.

Factory

25. Spaced Out

Power crystal iconClear gem icon

60

Sapphire relic icon: 2:03.00

Gold relic icon: 1:09.24

Platinum relic icon: 0:56.95

0:49.95 Unlock a new path by earning all of the colored gems.

Boss; Space Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

Dr. Neo Cortex

Crash Dash icon

N/A

N/A

N/A Damage his jetpack to keep him from escaping.

Secret Warp Room (Wumpa Islands)

Stream

7. Air Crash (Secret Entrance)

Clear gem icon

102

N/A

N/A A perfect run up to a death platform makes it appear.

Snow

2. Snow Go (Secret Entrance)

Red gem icon

74

N/A

N/A Discover and finish the secret route for a special gem.

Ruins

14. Road to Ruin (Secret Entrance)

Clear gem iconClear gem icon

89

N/A

N/A Clear gems often appear at the end of death routes.

Polar Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon

26. Totally Bear

Clear gem icon

38

Sapphire relic icon: 0:58.00

Gold relic icon: 0:47.36

Platinum relic icon: 0:41.63

0:36.63 Tap run before a jump for greater distance.

Jungle (Night)

27. Totally Fly

Clear gem icon

44

Sapphire relic icon: 1:21.00

Gold relic icon: 1:02.08

Platinum relic icon: 0:54.75

0:52.81 Friendly fireflies will help light your way.

Crash Bandicoot: Warped

Warp Room Level Type Level Items Boxes Relic Times Developer Time Loading Screen Hint

Chamber 1 (Medieval)

Medieval 1. Toad Village Power crystal iconClear gem icon 42

Sapphire relic icon: 1:03.00

Gold relic icon: 0:57.50

Platinum relic icon: 0:44.03

0:39.83 Failing a bonus path doesn't cost lives so retry it!
Swimming Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon 2. Under Pressure Power crystal iconClear gem icon 92

Sapphire relic icon: 1:39.00

Gold relic icon: 1:10.90

Platinum relic icon: 1:03.50

1:01.59 Fast kick can get you out of sticky situations.
Pura/China Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Coco Bandicoot Icon 3. Orient Express Power crystal iconClear gem icon 51

Sapphire relic icon: 0:41.00

Gold relic icon: 0:27.80

Platinum relic icon: 0:18.10

0:12.06 Hold run for top speed. Control suffers, though.
Prehistoric 4. Bone Yard Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon 66

Sapphire relic icon: 1:45.00

Gold relic icon: 1:40.20

Platinum relic icon: 1:21.00

1:14.61 Unlock a new path by earning the red gem elsewhere.
Jet Ski Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Coco Bandicoot Icon 5. Makin' Waves Power crystal iconClear gem icon 37

Sapphire relic icon: 1:11.00

Gold relic icon: 1:03.23

Platinum relic icon: 0:56.23

0:55.05 Complete the course to earn the power crystal.
Boss; Roman Arena Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon Tiny Tiger Body Slam icon N/A N/A N/A Sometimes he attacks too aggressively.

Chamber 2 (Arabian)

Medieval 6. Gee Wiz Power crystal iconClear gem icon 100

Sapphire relic icon: 1:35.00

Gold relic icon: 1:22.73

Platinum relic icon: 1:05.90

1:02.15 A nitro switch box destroys all of the nitros at once.
Arabian 7. Hang'em High Power crystal iconClear gem iconYellow gem icon 95

Sapphire relic icon: 1:24.00

Gold relic icon: 0:52.63

Platinum relic icon: 0:43.80

0:39.68 Discover and finish the secret route for a special gem.
Motorcycle Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon 8. Hog Ride Power crystal iconClear gem icon 13

Sapphire relic icon: 0:48.00

Gold relic icon: 0:44.43

Platinum relic icon: 0:38.06

0:36.43 Win first place in order to earn the power crystal.
Egypt 9. Tomb Time Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon 95

Sapphire relic icon: 1:42.00

Gold relic icon: 1:10.00

Platinum relic icon: 0:53.90

0:53.36 Unlock a new path by earning the purple gem elsewhere.
Pura/China Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Coco Bandicoot Icon 10. Midnight Run Power crystal iconClear gem icon 35

Sapphire relic icon: 0:51.00

Gold relic icon: 0:38.23

Platinum relic icon: 0:18.10

0:14.03 Holding run lets Pura smash through certain hazards.
Boss; Frozen Cavern Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon Dingodile Double Jump icon N/A N/A N/A His flamethrower damages more than he intends it to.

Chamber 3 (Oriental)

Prehistoric 11. Dino Might! Power crystal iconClear gem icon 112

Sapphire relic icon: 1:34.00

Gold relic icon: 1:25.76

Platinum relic icon: 1:03.00

0:58.14 Unlock a new path by earning the yellow gem elsewhere.
Swimming Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon 12. Deep Trouble Power crystal iconClear gem iconRed gem icon 83

Sapphire relic icon: 1:37.00

Gold relic icon: 1:15.12

Platinum relic icon: 1:08.33

1:05.00 Backtrack to find the special gem.
Arabian 13. High Time Power crystal iconClear gem iconPurple gem icon 85

Sapphire relic icon: 2:12.00

Gold relic icon: 1:04.10

Platinum relic icon: 0:56.93

0:48.26 A special gem lies at the end of the death route.
Motorcycle Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon 14. Road Crash Power crystal iconClear gem icon 25

Sapphire relic icon: 1:31.00

Gold relic icon: 1:26.70

Platinum relic icon: 1:23.10

1:20.21 Accelerate just before the green light for a boost!
Medieval 15. Double Header Power crystal iconClear gem icon 91

Sapphire relic icon: 1:27.00

Gold relic icon: 1:21.12

Platinum relic icon: 0:59.40

0:55.23 Failing a bonus round doesn't cost lives, so retry it!
Boss; Various Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon Dr. N. Tropy Tornado Spin icon N/A N/A N/A His amazing powers come at a price.

Chamber 4 (Egyptian)

Egypt 16. Sphynxinator Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon 105

Sapphire relic icon: 1:42.00

Gold relic icon: 1:22.63

Platinum relic icon: 0:56.70

0:53.43 Unlock a new path by earning the blue gem elsewhere.
Plane 17. Bye Bye Blimps Power crystal iconClear gem icon 11

Sapphire relic icon: 0:49.00

Gold relic icon: 0:38.40

Platinum relic icon: 0:31.50

0:25.69 Invert your vehicle controls in the options menu.
Jet Ski Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Coco Bandicoot Icon 18. Tell No Tales Power crystal iconClear gem icon 61

Sapphire relic icon: 2:12.00

Gold relic icon: 1:35.63

Platinum relic icon: 1:15.23

1:12.80 Lost? Follow the yellow arrow at the top of the screen.
Future 19. Future Frenzy Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon 133

Sapphire relic icon: 2:01.00

Gold relic icon: 1:34.00

Platinum relic icon: 1:19.62

1:08.00 Bonus rounds often have hints on what powers to use.
Egypt 20. Tomb Wader Power crystal iconClear gem iconBlue gem icon 88

Sapphire relic icon: 2:44.00

Gold relic icon: 1:45.03

Platinum relic icon: 1:24.00

1:16.51 A special gem lies at the end of the death route.
Boss; Space Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Coco Bandicoot Icon Dr. N. Gin Bazooka icon N/A N/A N/A Dodging keeps you safe but makes it harder to aim.

Chamber 5 (Future)

Future 21. Gone Tomorrow Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon 87

Sapphire relic icon: 2:05.00

Gold relic icon: 1:25.60

Platinum relic icon: 1:02.10

0:58.70 Unlock a new path by earning the green gem elsewhere.
Motorcycle Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon 22. Orange Asphalt Power crystal iconClear gem icon 20

Sapphire relic icon: 1:38.00

Gold relic icon: 1:33.30

Platinum relic icon: 1:23.80

1:18.68 Landing from a jump will cancel your boost.
Arabian 23. Flaming Passion Power crystal iconClear gem iconGreen gem icon 75

Sapphire relic icon: 1:43.00

Gold relic icon: 1:13.10

Platinum relic icon: 0:59.40

0:53.81 A special gem lies at the end of the death route.
Plane 24. Mad Bombers Power crystal iconClear gem icon 11

Sapphire relic icon: 2:18.00

Gold relic icon: 1:15.23

Platinum relic icon: 0:58.13

0:42.50 Invert your vehicle controls in the options menu.
Egypt 25. Bug Lite Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon 121

Sapphire relic icon: 1:49.00

Gold relic icon: 1:34.86

Platinum relic icon: 1:14.90

1:12.90 Unlock a new path by earning all of the colored gems.
Boss; Time Twister Core Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon Dr. Neo Cortex Crash Dash icon N/A N/A N/A Sometimes his forcefield fizzles out.

Hidden Chamber  (Neo-Cor System)

Jet Ski Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Coco Bandicoot Icon 26. Ski Crazed Clear gem icon 100

Sapphire relic icon: 1:19.00

Gold relic icon: 0:53.50

Platinum relic icon: 0:36.30

0:32.06 Hold forward during a jump to dive deep.
Arabian 27. Hang'em High (Secret Entrance) Power crystal iconClear gem iconYellow gem icon 95 N/A N/A Discover and finish the secret route for a special gem.
Motorcycle Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Crash Bandicoot Pause Menu Icon 28. Area 51? Clear gem iconClear gem icon 24

Sapphire relic icon: 2:01.00

Gold relic icon: 1:57.80

Platinum relic icon: 1:52.50

1:48.40 Barriers mark where the road has fallen away.
Future 29. Future Frenzy (Secret Entrance) Power crystal iconClear gem iconClear gem icon 133 N/A N/A Bonus rounds often have hints on what powers to use.
Plane Race 30. Rings of Power Clear gem iconClear gem icon 33

Sapphire relic icon: 1:30.00

Gold relic icon: 1:11.46

Platinum relic icon: 1:01.73

0:57.42 Fly through each ring in order.
DLC Chamber (Secret Passage) Future 31. Future Tense Clear gem icon Clear gem icon 145

Sapphire relic icon: 2:01:52

Gold relic icon: 1:15:43

Platinum relic icon: 0:52:17

0:41.26 With great Powers come great opportunities

Hidden Levels

Jet Ski Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Coco Bandicoot Icon Hot Coco Clear gem icon 70

Sapphire relic icon: 1:00.00

Gold relic icon: 0:30.10

Platinum relic icon: 0:19.96

0:12.87 Hold forward during a jump to dive deep.
Prehistoric Eggipus Rex Clear gem icon 0

Sapphire relic icon: 0:57.00

Gold relic icon: 0:52.03

Platinum relic icon: 0:46.83

0:45.57 Baby T helps you jump higher and farther.

Trophies/Achievements

Crash Bandicoot

Trophy Name Trophy Value Description Criteria
The N. Trepid Crash Bandicoot!
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Collect all of the Crash Bandicoot Trophies Earn every Trophy from the first game
Spin Doctor
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In a single level, spin an enemy into another enemy twice Spin an enemy into another twice in one level. It does not matter if a life is lost between hits.
I Meant To Do That!
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Spin away an Extra Life Spin away an Extra Life
That's What Those Do!
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Enter a Bonus Round after collecting 3 Character Tokens Enter a Bonus Round in Crash 1
A Hidden Gem
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Discover a Gem Path after earning a Color Gem Step on a Colored Gem platform in Crash 1
The Box That Broke the Bandicoot's Back
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Miss a lot of boxes Complete a level while having missed at least 31 boxes
Papu Popped
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Defeat Papu Papu Defeat Papu Papu
Ripper Ruined
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Defeat Ripper Roo Defeat Ripper Roo in the first game
Koala Konked
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Defeat Koala Kong Defeat Koala Kong
Pinstripe Patooey
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Defeat Pinstripe Potoroo Defeat Pinstripe
Nitrus Broken
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Defeat N. Brio Defeat Dr. Nitrus Brio
Cortex N. Capacitated
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Defeat N. Cortex Defeat Dr. Neo Cortex in the first game
Cortex's Crazed Contest
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Earn the Key in Sunset Vista Earn the Key in Sunset Vista
Cortex's Terrifying Trial
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Earn the Key in Jaws of Darkness Earn the Key in Jaws of Darkness
More Gems Are Better Than None
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Earn 13 Gems Collect 13 Gems from Crash 1
The Ultimate Gem Path
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Earn 26 Gems Collect every single Gem in Crash 1 and view the secret ending
Catch Me If You Can!
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Earn 5 Relics Earn 5 Relics
Could Go... All... The... Way!
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Earn 10 Relics (gold or better) Earn Gold or Platinum Relics from 10 levels
Practice Makes Perfect!
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Earn 26 Relics (gold or better) Earn Gold or Platinum Relics from 26 levels
Feeeed Meeee!
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Die Get eaten by a Venus Flytrap enemy and lose a life
I See London, I See France!
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Die Get electrocuted and lose a life
No Holds Barred
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Defeat 5 enemies with Coco's Spin Spin a total of 5 enemies while playing as Coco. This can be done across multiple levels.
On Cloud 99
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Earn 99 Lives Increase the Life count to 99

Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back

Trophy Name Trophy Value Description Criteria
The N. Credible Crash Bandicoot!
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Collect all the Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back trophies Earn every trophy from the second game
Professor Pulverized
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Defeat Ripper Roo Defeat Ripper Roo in the second game
Komodo No Mo
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Defeat the Komodo Brothers Defeat Komodo Moe and Komodo Joe
Tiny Tricked
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Defeat Tiny Tiger Defeat Tiny Tiger in the second game
Mech Wrecked
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Defeat N. Gin Defeat Dr. N. Gin in the second game
Cortex N. Adequate
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Defeat N. Cortex Defeat Dr. Neo Cortex in the second game
A Road Less Traveled
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Discover a "?" Bonus Path Enter a bonus level in Crash 2
A Diamond in the Rough
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Discover a Gem Path after earning a Color Gem Step on a Colored Gem platform
Cheated Death (For the Time Being)
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Discover a Death Route Step on a Skull Platform
Jumping the Jetboard
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Unlocked the Secret Exit in Air Crash Unlock the alternate entrance to Snow Go
Island Hopping
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Unlocked the Secret Exit in Bear Down Unlock the alternate entrance to Air Crash
The Flora Flop
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Unlocked the Secret Exit in Diggin' It Unlock the alternate entrance to Road to Ruin
No Bear Left Behind
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Unlocked the Secret Exit in Unbearable Unlock Totally Bear
Hang In There, Maybe!
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Unlocked the Secret Exit in Hangin' Out Unlock Totally Fly
One Man's Trash
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Earn 21 Gems Collect 21 Gems
Laser Powered Vengeance
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Earn 42 Gems Collect every Gem and view the secret ending
Kick the Tires!
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Earn 5 Relics Earn 5 Relics
Light the Fires!
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Earn 10 Relics (gold or better) Earn Gold or Platinum Relics from 10 levels
Wumpa-Burner Engaged!
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Earn 27 Relics (gold or better) Earn Gold or Platinum Relics from every level
Buzz Off!
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Die as Crash Get stung by a bee while playing as Crash and lose a life
Crash Cubed
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Fly, then die Fall into the water in Bear It, Bear Down or Totally Bear
A Helping Paw
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Don't feel guilty about jumping on him Jump on Polar in Warp Room 2 repeatedly until he gives you extra lives
Cortex N. Furiated
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Just "forget" it. Repeatedly Exit a level with zero Crystals, three times. It does not matter whether you finish the level without the Crystal or quit from the pause menu.
Boom Shakalaka!
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Defeat 5 enemies with Coco's Double Leg Drop Use Coco's Double Leg Drop attack to defeat a total of 5 enemies. This can be done across multiple levels.
99 Percent Perspiration
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Earn 99 Lives Increase the Life count to 99

Crash Bandicoot: Warped

Trophy Name Trophy Value Description Criteria
The N. Vincible Crash Bandicoot!
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Collect all the Crash Bandicoot: Warped trophies Earn every Trophy in the third game
Tiny Trounced
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Defeat Tiny Tiger Defeat Tiny Tiger in the third game
Penta's Revenge
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Defeat Dingodile Defeat Dingodile
A Nefarious Trophy
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Defeat N. Tropy Defeat Dr. Nefarious Tropy
Mech Wrecked, Again!
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Defeat N. Gin Defeat Dr. N. Gin in the third game
Cortex N. Carcerated
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Defeat N. Cortex Defeat Dr. Neo Cortex in the third game
Taking the Scenic Route
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Discover a "?" Bonus Path Enter a bonus level in Crash 3
A Cut Above the Rest
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Discover a Gem Path after earning a Color Gem Step on a Colored Gem platform or enter the Gem Path in Tomb Time
Not a Scratch (Give It Time)
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Discover a Death Route Step on a Skull Platform
UFO Xing
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Discovered the Secret Exit in Road Crash Enter Hot Coco
Getting Carried Away
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Discovered the Secret Exit in Dino Might! Enter Eggipus Rex
Leave No Gem Unturned
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Earn 21 Gems Collect 21 Gems
Bringing Down the House
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Earn 42 Gems Collect 42 Gems
Giving 102%!
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Earn the Gems in the bonus levels Collect the Gems from Hot Coco and Eggipus Rex
Buckle Up, Boys, Buckle Up!
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Earn 5 Relics Earn 5 Relics
Is There a Problem, Granny?!
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Earn 10 Relics (gold or better) Earn Gold or Platinum Relics from 10 levels
Boo-yah, Grandma! Boo-yah!
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Earn 30 Relics (gold or better) Earn Gold or Platinum Relics from every level, including Hot Coco and Eggipus Rex
The Riddle of the Sphynx
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Have your bazooka ready Shoot the Sphinx head on both sides with the Fruit Bazooka in Tomb Time
Accept No Substitutes
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Shoot the imposter Shoot Fake Crash with the Fruit Bazooka in Toad Village or Future Tense
Warts and All
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Die Get hit by a Wizard's attack and lose a life
Keeping Crash Under Wraps
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Die Free a mummy from its sarcophagus, then let it grab you and lose a life
Category Five
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Defeat 5 enemies with Coco's Savage Hurricane Spin Use Coco's Savage Hurricane Spin attack to defeat a total of 5 enemies. This can be done across multiple levels
A Stitch in Time Saves 99
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Earn 99 Lives Increase the Life count to 99
Trigger Clicking Good
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Shoot 5 of them in a single level Shoot 5 chickens with the Fruit Bazooka in a single level. It does not matter if a life is lost between hits
Your Moment of Zen
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Avoid whatever he's flinging at you Avoid the Jar Monkeys' projectiles until they stop throwing them, then destroy their jars

Steam

N.Sane Trilogy Steam Items
N.Sane Trilogy Steam Badges
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LOOK

LEVEL 1 STEAM BADGE 100XP
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CRAZY

LEVEL 2 STEAM BADGE 200XP
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WINK

LEVEL 3 STEAM BADGE 300XP
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ANGEL

LEVEL 4 STEAM BADGE 400XP
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MASKED

LEVEL 5 STEAM BADGE 500XP
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COOL

LEVEL 1 STEAM BADGE (FOIL) 100XP

DLC

Lost Treasures DLC (Crash Bandicoot)

The Lost Treasures DLC adds a version of the cut level, Stormy Ascent, from the original Crash Bandicoot. The Trophies awarded for obtaining the gem and relic (gold or higher) in the level are grouped under this DLC. These are included in the base game achievement list on Xbox One. 

Trophy Name Trophy Value Description Criteria
The Crown Jewel
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Seek and destroy Obtain the box gem in Stormy Ascent.
An Ancient Antiquity
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Do Hard Time Obtain a gold or platinum relic in Stormy Ascent.

Future Tense DLC (Crash Bandicoot: Warped)

Future Tense is the first level made exclusively for the N. Sane Trilogy, being released as DLC on June 29, 2018 alongside the game's multiplatform release. It is playable from a new, seventh Warp Room and is available from the start of the game, however, its Gems are impossible to obtain without the Super Powers. These are included in the base game achievement list on Xbox One. 

Trophy Name Trophy Value Description Criteria
The Future is Clear
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Seek and destroy. Again. Obtain the box gem in Future Tense.
Fruit Fighter
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Shoot a background UFO in Future Tense.

Shoot a background UFO with the Bazooka in Future Tense.

Differences from the originals

Original Remake
The HUD for all three games are different, with the first game lacking the box counter and the second game missing the total number of boxes on the box counter. The HUD has been unified for all three games, showing the collected and total boxes as shown in Warped.
Time trials can only be challenged to obtain relics in the third game, and the leaderboards only display local records. All three games now possess time trials and relics, as well as online leaderboards.
Bounce Crates require ten bounces to break in the first two games, and five bounces in the third. Bounce Crates require five bounces to break in all three games.
TNT Crates only flash in the first game, and Nitro Crates do not have any effects other than hopping on the ground. TNT Crates flash in all three games, and Nitro Crates have a glowing effect.
Boulders in Crash Bandicoot & Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back would not break certain crates and occasionally hopped They now break all crates and do not hop
Aku Aku can enter the Chase levels in Crash Bandicoot, but is banned from the ones from Cortex Strikes Back with the exception of obtaining him in the secret area in Un-Bearable but will instantly lose him once being chased Aku Aku is now banned from entering all Chase levels with the exception of obtaining him the secret area in Un-Bearable but the player will not lose him.
Cortex is voiced by Brendan O'Brien in the first game, and by Clancy Brown in the second and third games. Cortex is voiced by Lex Lang in all three games, thus his voice is consistent throughout the trilogy.
The Game Over screen in Crash Bandicoot has the words "Game Over" in the same font as the title logo with Cortex chasing Crash from left to right. In Cortex Strikes Back, Cortex appears and says "Game Over" while laughing evilly. Warped features Uka Uka in the same role that Cortex had in Cortex Strikes Back. Crash Bandicoot and Cortex Strikes Back has the Game Over screen with a silhouette of Uka Uka saying "Game Over". In Warped, Uka Uka is covered in shadow in most instances, but will occasionally appear fully visible instead.
The intro cutscene for Crash Bandicoot is limited in its scope due to hardware limitations, with character models simply appearing in looping animated cycles or appearing frozen in place. There are various changes across the intro cutscene, including animals seen in the cages, Crash jumping out of the Cortex Vortex and Tawna fighting back when captured.
Tawna wears a plain hot pink tank top. Tawna's top now has Crash's face on it.
Tawna is completely silent throughout the whole game. Tawna now audibly gasps in the intro, and cheers for Crash at the end of the bonus rounds before being grabbed by Cortex.
Crash Bandicoot contains a password system in addition to a memory card save system, which only has one slot. All three games each have three manual save slots, in addition to one automatic save slot which can be disabled from the main menu.
The middle island was moved around clockwise. The middle island is now mirrored and is navigated around counter-clockwise.
When falling into a pitfall, a whooshing noise is heard. When falling into a pitfall, Crash will say "Woah!" while Coco will say "Oof!" or "Oh!"
In Crash Bandicoot, the player can only save their progress if they get a Gem, a Key, or complete a Tawna bonus round. The latter is the only way to update the level count for the completion percentage. The player can save at any time by pressing the L2 button while on the map.
You can only visit the Tawna, N. Brio and Cortex bonus levels once in Crash Bandicoot, and the last Tawna Token Crate turns into a Checkpoint Crate There is now a bonus platform by the third token of the level which acts as a warp to the bonus level, this can be visited as many times as you like until the bonus level is completed.
In Crash Bandicoot, the bonus levels do not contribute towards the Box Count and are not required for the Gem. The Gem's Box Count now includes all bonus rounds.
In Crash Bandicoot, the player must break all the boxes and finish the level without dying (outside of Bonus Rounds) to get the Gem. Only the Colored Gems require the player to not die as well (outside of Bonus Rounds); the Clear Gems only require the boxes.
In Crash Bandicoot, the results screen will not appear if the player died at any point in the level. The results screen will now appear regardless of any deaths.
In Tawna's bonus levels, she does not move and points toward the save point. Tawna yells "Woo-hoo!" in excitement before being kidnapped by Cortex.
When defeating a boss, Crash flies up into mid-air and shouts "Yee-ha!" in the Crash Bandicoot' and does the Crash Dance in Cortex Strikes Back and Warped. In all three games, Crash spins around and puts two fingers up on both hands, referencing a peace out sign before departing the level.
In Crash Bandicoot, after defeat, a boss would simply pass out. All bosses have unique defeat animations.
Papu Papu has 3 hit points in all versions of Crash Bandicoot, except for the Japanese version where he has 5 hit points. Papu Papu has 5 hit points in every region.
The cavern behind Koala Kong is completely dark. The cavern behind Koala Kong is lighter, with additional crystals seen behind him, as well as another track with a mine cart parked on it.
When defeated, Pinstripe accidentally shoots the power generator behind the glass wall and the majority of Cortex Castle's power is destroyed and kneels down. When defeated, Pinstripe accidentally shoots the power generator behind the glass wall and the lights were shot goes dark. Pinstripe fall backwards and end up getting hit by the hanging light ceiling causing him to pass out.

Brio's potions are green and red.

Brio's potions are green and purple.
Brio has 9 hit points. Brio has 7 hit points when facing his normal form, and 3 hit points when facing his monster form, which adds up to 10 hit points. However the 7th hit point automatically goes down when Brio drinks his potion that turns him into a monster. Brio's name changes to '?!?' and his icon changes to one representing his monster form.
The blobs produced by Brio's green potion are translucent balls that disappear when jumped on, each blob stomped reduces one hit point, though Crash does not visibly hit Brio until he changes. The blobs are more pronounced gelatinous monsters, with eyes and a mouth. When Crash stomps on a blob, it squirts slime at Brio, reducing a hit point.
Brio always throws potions with his left hand (which holds the green potion). When he intends to throw the red potion, the green potion turns red right after leaving his hand. The purple potion is tossed from his right hand.
Brio drinks the red potion to transform. Brio drinks both the purple and green potions together at once to transform.
In the intro cutscene for Cortex Strikes Back, the animations are limited due to hardware constraints. The cutscenes now feature a richer level of detail, thanks to the modern hardware.
Professor Ripper Roo is shocked by Crash's sudden appearance in Cortex Strikes Back, causing him to growl in irritation before grabbing his cane and beginning his attack. Professor Ripper Roo is still shocked by Crash's appearance, but does not get angry, skipping straight to grabbing his cane to attack. Upon being defeated, Ripper Roo's wig falls off.
In Cortex Strikes Back and Warped, entering a bonus round containing Nitro Crates after the Nitro Switch Crate has been activated shows the box counter for the bonus level at 0. The box counter for the bonus level now includes the total of destroyed boxes upon entering.
In Cortex Strikes Back and Warped, the Nitro Switch Crate only detonates the Nitro Crates within the vicinity, just despawning the rest of them. The Nitro Switch Crate causes all of the level's Nitro Crates to explode, and destroys any crates within proximity to the Nitros.
In Cortex Strikes Back and Warped, Crash had a different, more expressive and defined model than in the first game. Crash uses the same model in all three remade games which appears to be a much more detailed model combining features from both Naughty Dog trilogy models.
In all three of the original games, Cortex's model is different. However in the third game, his model from Cortex Strikes Back is used during Tiny's boss fight, while his model from the original game is used during his own boss fight. Cortex uses the same model in all three remade games.
Coco wears a blue flower in her hair. Coco wears a pink flower in her hair.
In Cortex Strikes Back and Warped, the enemies poof away into smoke when jumped on. The enemies shrink into nothingness when jumped on.
Crash enters the boss fight when using the platform in the middle of the warp room. The depreciated Load/Save wall in the warp room is replaced with a doorway to the boss fight.
You can replay the boss by holding triangle and pressing up while on the elevator platform. You can replay the boss by re-entering the boss doorway.
In Cortex Strikes Back, there's a hologram cutscene before Ripper Roo's boss fight where Cortex warns Crash about enemies blocking the way to each Warp Room. There is no hologram cutscene, it was cut due to the dialogue referring to using the platform in the middle of the warp room to fight Ripper Roo which is no longer the case.
In Cortex Strikes Back, Cortex clearly says "Be wary of the pathways between Warp Rooms." Cortex's words have been drowned out by static.
In Cortex Strikes Back, Crash's arm will come out when spinning on dig-able ground. Crash or Coco's legs will come out when spinning on dig-able ground.
During Tiny's battle, the green platforms flash red and sound a warning at a steady rate until the platforms fall. The red flashing and warning sound start at a steady rate, then speed up as the platforms get closer to falling.
After Tiny falls off of his platform once defeated, it drops while the remainder of the dropped platforms raise back up. The dropped platforms, apart from Tiny's, do not return once he is defeated.
In Cortex Strikes Back, Cortex clearly says "Use the platform to deliver the crystals to N. Gin!" The words "Use the platform to" are drowned out by static, due to the new boss doorways.
In Cortex Strikes Back, the Secret Warp Room cannot be accessed via the elevator, forcing Crash to enter through a secret exit and leave via one of the doors. Crash can now use the elevator in the first warp room to descend into the secret warp room, and return to first warp room the same way. This allows him to use the three secret entrances and play the two secret levels without having to travel to a secret exit warp.
In Cortex Strikes Back and Warped, N. Gin is silent while fighting Crash and Coco, respectively. There are also no indications of how much damage the mech parts have taken. N. Gin tends to laugh maniacally as he attacks. Also, his mechs' arms and weapons begin to spark after a couple of hits as an indicator of how much damage those parts took.
N. Gin can be seen standing unobstructed in his mech, and he does not visibly appear to be controlling it, yet its arms move in tandem with his. The mech has levers, which N. Gin is noticeably moving to operate it.  However, the mech's arm movements still copy those of N. Gin, even when he isn't touching the levers.
In Cortex Strikes Back, during N. Gin's boss battle, when Crash is attacking there is no animation of the Wumpa Fruits being thrown. When attacking, Crash is clearly using his arms to throw the Wumpa fruits at N. Gin.
In Cortex Strikes Back, N. Gin will say "Dr. Cortex will be very displeased with your resistance! Prepare to suffer his wrath!" when defeated. N. Gin only shows annoyance with Crash until he's at the last hit point, the acid cannon is visible at that point, and his mech loses the entirety of both of its arms.

N. Gin will scream after being defeated by Crash, shows annoyance with him even when he's on his last hit point, the acid cannon is visible only when activated and then retracted for a later attack, and his mech's arms are reduced to mechanical stubs.

In Cortex Strikes Back, Crash puts on/takes off the goggles and jetpack uncovered. Four metallic tiles cover Crash when he's putting on/taking off the goggles and jetpack.
In Cortex Strikes Back, the player still has control of Crash after defeating Cortex. The camera focuses on Dr. Cortex after Crash defeats him.
In the normal ending to Cortex Strikes Back, Crash just stays sleeping while Coco comments on the Cortex Vortex. A passing crab takes the sleeping Crash away while Coco is oblivious to this.
In the true 100% ending in Cortex Strikes Back, 38 clear gems (one more than it should be) and 5 coloured gems are shown in a column. Crash simply jumps on the button which causes a laser to directly hit the Cortex Vortex and causes it to explode. About 10 clear gems and 6 coloured gems are shown in a column, including the orange gem from Crash Bandicoot, despite it not appearing in Cortex Strikes Back. Crash belly flops on the button which activates the laser which cuts the Cortex Vortex in half, causing it to explode and fall to Earth.
In all three games, Cortex has a different icon. Cortex's icon is unified across the games
In Cortex Strikes Back and Warped, N. Gin has a different icon. N. Gin's icon is unified across the games.
In the intro cutscene to Warped, the animations are once again fairly basic due to hardware limitations. The cutscenes are much more elaborate and feature minor changes in sequences, such as Crash comedically smacking into the locked door at the Bandicoot House before being yanked in by Coco, N. Tropy warps into the time twister rather than walking in from his chamber, and a frog demonstrating how to use the time twister.
In Warped, leaving the first level you play without a crystal will cause a cutscene with Aku Aku calmly scolding you, before telling you to "go back in and find the crystals, before Dr. Cortex enslaves us all." Aku Aku doesn't scold you if you exit a level without the first power crystal.
When attacking Tiny, the crowds will shout "boos" at him. The crowds will not throw anything after defeating Tiny. The crowds will not shout out "boos", when attacking Tiny. Also after defeating Tiny, the crowds will throw tomatos at his unconscious body.
Dingodile shakes soot off his face when he loses a hit point. He is also vocally silent throughout the entire battle until his defeat when he warns Crash that he will soon be up against much worse after falling unconscious. Dingodile doesn't shake soot off his face as there is none to shake off. He also grunts and laughs throughout his boss fight, and screams and curses each time he is attacked.
After N. Tropy's boss fight, Uka Uka will say "By defeating N. Tropy, you have placed us all in grave risk!" Uka Uka will say "By defeating N. Tropy, you have placed us all in great danger!"
N. Gin's first Time Twister message starts when you enter the 19th level. N. Gin's first Time Twister message starts when you enter the 18th level.
N. Gin is already on-screen with his mech on and immediately fights Coco. When entering his boss arena, N. Gin appears on-screen, starting up his mech before battling Coco.
N. Gin says "Prepare to be pulverized, Bandicoot!" at the start of his fight, and when defeated he yells "ARRRGGGGHH! Not again!" N. Gin says nothing before or after his boss fight.
During Cortex's boss fight, his hoverboard would disappear out of nowhere when Cortex fell through the shaft in the middle of the room, and when Cortex is defeated, the shaft closes without Uka Uka travelling through to get to Cortex. Cortex's hoverboard pilots itself into the shaft, with Uka Uka following after, even after the last hit point, and the shaft remains opened.
Every boss (with the exception of Tiny Tiger and Cortex) has a unique speech upon being defeated by Crash or Coco, and the Time Portal instantly takes them back to the Warp Room, unless they have grabbed the Super Power. Only N. Tropy retains his speech from the original game, with all other bosses remaining silent upon their defeat, and they can traverse the area as long as they like before entering the Time Portal.
In the PAL version of the third game, N. Tropy's speech is not heard unless the player returns to the side of the arena on which they started the fight. N. Tropy's speech plays immediately after his defeat in all versions.
Health balloons in flying levels give 50% health back. Health balloons in flying levels give 40% health back.
In the PAL versions of the games, the player can select from five languages on the title screen, including English, Spanish, French, German and Italian. Language selection is now dependent on the language in the console settings.
Coco is playable only in Warped on certain levels which include all the Jet Ski and Great Wall of China levels, as well as Bye Bye Blimps and N. Gin's boss fight. Coco is playable in all three games, in any level except for levels which have Crash's vehicle and boss levels. She is available from the start in the third game, but must be unlocked in the first two games by beating the first boss in each game.
Coco is not present at all in Crash Bandicoot. Coco is present in all three games as an alternate playable character. She can be accessed from her time machine, which is south of Papu Papu in the first game, and next to the Warp Room 2 boss gate in the second game.
In the third game, Coco stands to the left of the Load/Save screen, which has the words "LOAD SAVE" on it. Coco stands at the center of the screen with her laptop. The screen now toggles between shots of N. Sanity Island from Crash Bandicoot and the second warp room from Cortex Strikes Back, which is where she can be found in those games.
Uka Uka has reddish-pink flames atop his bones. Uka Uka has purple-blue flames atop his bones (except in the ending cutscenes, where they are standard-colored flames).

Box count differences

Game Level Original Box Count Remake Box Count
Crash Bandicoot The Great Gate 37 38
Rolling Stones 84 87
Native Fortress 47 48
Up the Creek 45 48
The Lost City 80 82
Sunset Vista 89 90
Heavy Machinery 82 86
Cortex Power 41 42
The High Road 46 45
Slippery Climb 50 51
Jaws of Darkness 113 112
Castle Machinery 24 27
Cortex Strikes Back Snow Biz 124 125
Bear It 48 45
Bee-Having 92 94
Pack Attack 46 45
Totally Bear 40 38
Warped Hang'em High 96 95
96 (v1.06)
Bug Lite 120 121
Lost Treasures DLC Stormy Ascent 34 56

Gallery

See: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy/Gallery

Trivia

  • None of the voice actors who were featured in the original games reprised their roles in N. Sane Trilogy. Instead, the voice actors are mostly role reprisals from Crash Twinsanity and Crash Tag Team Racing, with some actors being completely new to the series. The dialogue script is largely unchanged, with only minor changes to accomodate the character personalities built upon since the original games.
  • This is the first home console and main Crash Bandicoot game to be released after a 9 year hiatus since Crash: Mind Over Mutant.
  • The game is the first game in which Wumpa Fruit can be actually be seen inside bounce crates.
  • In a promotional picture featuring various character models, Koala Kong is relatively bigger compared to other characters, Komodo Joe has been made taller and Komodo Moe has been made shorter.
  • Both Wumpa Fruit and Crash's life icon will glow if the player collects Wumpa Fruit and extra lives.
  • The canon reason for Coco's playable appearance in the first two titles is that she used the Time Twister Machine to go back in time and help Crash in his first two adventures. The story and cutscenes of both games do not change to accomodate Coco, with Crash returning for any previous scripted moments when needed.
  • Unlike the Pura levels in Crash 3, the Time Trial clock does not stop when Crash is dismounted in the Polar levels in Crash 2.
  • Naughty Dog themselves are referenced three times; twice during the opening for the second game and once during the opening for the third game.[7]
    • An asteroid bearing the Naughty Dog paw print has been added during the introduction of Cortex's space station.
    • Coco's computer screen during the opening features a scene from Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, which was developed by Naughty Dog, the scene in the game that referenced Crash Bandicoot in the form a Easter Egg mini-game based on the Boulders level.
    • A picture of Nathan Drake can be seen on the fireplace in the Bandicoot House during the third game's opening.
      • All references to Naughty Dog are removed outside the PlayStation 4 version.
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  • The Orange Gem appears in the second game's secret ending, despite it never appearing in any other Crash game after the original. The model is also incorrect; it's the same as a clear gem, rather than its original model.
  • In Warped, standing in the top left corner of Tiny Tiger's boss fight arena can be used to avoid all lions running. In this game, getting into that spot will make the spectator Lab Assistants throw cheese at you as an easter egg, as it would be "cheesing" the fight.
  • The Relic Trophy names from the third game are references to Crash Team Racing commercials from 1999. Some fans speculated that this hinted at a CTR remake in the near future, but such plans have yet to be confirmed.
  • Unlike the original games on PlayStation, this game received an "E10+" rating by the ESRB while the original games received an "E" ("K-A" for the first two titles, before being renamed in 1998).
    • The game received the "E-10+" rating for "Cartoon Violence" and "Comic Mischief".
    • The summary on the ESRB's website explains this about the assigned rating:
      • This is a platformer game in which players assume the role of Crash Bandicoot as he works to foil a villain's plot. Players traverse platforms and defeat enemies and bosses in order to progress the story. Crash can jump on enemies' heads or use a spin attack to knock enemies out. Some sequences allow players to pilot a plane and shoot at enemy blimps causing them to explode. Boss battles involve more protracted combat. One boss character wears an outfit that reveals a slightly exposed buttocks (e.g., "plumber's crack").
        • The boss character in question is presumably Papu Papu.
    • In Europe, the game was given a 7 age rating by PEGI for "violence". The original games were given a 3 rating by preceding agency ELSPA.
  • Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is the first Crash Bandicoot game to ever be released on PC and Steam.
  • Originally, the release date for Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy on multiple platforms was July 10. But its release was pushed forward to June 29.
  • The UK will have a limited edition version sold at the retailer GAME for £54.99 on the PS4, Xbox One & Switch, Which includes a Cardboard Crash Crate with Crash Bandicoot Merchandise inside.
  • No code or assets from the original games were used for the trilogy. It was built from the ground up.[8]
  • The Nintendo Switch port was not originally intended to be developed until a lone engineer at Vicarious Visions successfully ported the game's first level to the platform, proving it was feasible to port the entire game.[9]
  • Hidden in the game files are unused models that appear to be have been intended for Skylanders: Imaginators. These include Crash Bandicoot as he appears in that game, the Jet Stream from Skylanders: SuperChargers[10], a test character known as Template_Legacy and what appear to be three scrapped Skylanders, known as BlasterTech, BruiserUndead and WranglerFire. While all of these characters have abilities and animations, none of them function properly and cannot jump.[11] Interestingly, the Skylanders Crash Bandicoot can crawl when put back into the game, even though he was incapable of doing so in Skylanders: Imaginators. These files were possibly used during the early development of the N. Sane Trilogy.

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