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Even with ten year-old graphics and game design, Crash Bandicoot is still worth a download (especially at six bucks). It doesn't have the originality or puzzle-solving that most of today's platformers do, but with a nice lineup of extras and more than 30 levels, impulsive gamers with a hint of nostalgia could do a lot worse than this.
While the series is mired in mediocrity under the auspices of Universal, the Naughty Dog originals rank among the best 3D platformers ever. Despite upgrades to the gameplay in 2 and 3, the pure platforming bliss of Crash 1 makes it perhaps the best game in the series. Not to mention how hard it really is to get all the crystals on all the levels without dying, and Crash is a perfect game to revisit the PS1 era on your PSP.