When the evil Dr. Cortex, orbiting way out in space, unleashes the horrific powers of his fiendish shrinking ray, our beloved planet shrinks to the size of a common grapefruit. Despite the benefits of such a setup (i.e., quicker commutes to your local Nintendo retailer), the negatives of a nanosized earth quickly become glaringly obvious.
Crash's Einsteinian sister Coco develops a device that can return earth and its inhabitants to their rightful sizes, but powering it requires crystals from all over the world. Enter the redoubtable Crash. Globe-trotting from a Mayan Jungle to Arctic Caverns, Crash must gather the crystals in 20 richly varied levels.
Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure's gameplay runs the gamut from side-scrolling to 3D chase to aerial combat sequences. This may be Crash's first appearance on a Nintendo console, but the brash bandicoot is definitely not afraid to go all-out in his premiere performance.
Contributed by Kartanym (10785) on Feb 28, 2003.
Big Trouble. Little Planet.
Rather than endlessly doing battle with meddling bandicoots, Dr. Neo Cortex shrinks the entire earth, and Crash and Coco along with it, to the size of a wumpa fruit. This will definitely be their hugest adventure yet!
"Handheld Crash is just as awesome as his console adventures." - IGN.com
Contributed by Corn Popper (69521) on Sep 02, 2002.