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PlayStation Lifestyle (Mar 12, 2021)
At its heart, this is the same Crash Bandicoot 4 that we loved last year when it came to PS4. The improved loading times alone are enough to make the PS5 version stand out, and the enhanced visuals are an added treat, seeing Crash in native 4K at 60 fps. Additional PS5 features round out the package, but as I played, it was mostly just the improved loading that really stuck out to me as the defining feature of this next-gen port.
PlayStation Universe (Mar 11, 2021)
Crash Bandicoot 4 on PS5 is pretty much unchanged from PS4, still offering excellent gameplay, but this time with mouth-watering 4K visuals. DualSense use is slight but noticeable; however, useful Game Help guides and Activity Cards make the upgrade well worth checking out for those still collecting secrets.
Toys for Bob regala ai fan di Crash Bandicoot un ottimo motivo per continuare la sua ultima avventura sulla nuova generazione di console. Non aggiunge contenuti nuovi e probabilmente non basterà per farvi iniziare una nuova partita qualora vi foste strappati un numero sufficiente di capelli cercando di “platinare” il gioco sulle vecchie macchine, ma sicuramente rappresenta il modo migliore per godersi il ritorno di una delle più importati icone dell’era PlayStation.
GamesCreed (Apr 08, 2021)
Crash Bandicoot 4’s gameplay has a lot of entertaining things and will keep players engaged.
Attack of the Fanboy (Mar 11, 2021)
Crash Bandicoot is starting off his 25th anniversary celebration in style with an upgraded version of what was already a stellar game. The number of changes may be fairly minimal overall, but there is no reason not to experience Crash at his very best on new generation hardware with Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time.
90 (Mar 11, 2021)
Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time torna su PlayStation 5, ed è ancora più bello: ora potrete accompagnare Crash nelle sue avventure contando sul 4K, sui 60FPS, sull'Audio 3D e - limitatamente - sul feedback aptico del DualSense. Chi possiede già il titolo su PlayStation 4 può semplicemente mettere in download la versione sviluppata ad hoc per PlayStation 5, oppure inserire il CD e provvedere all'aggiornamento; tutti gli altri dovrebbero comunque valutare l'acquisto, perché si tratta (oggi come allora, forse ancora di più oggi) di un platform eccezionale. Difficile pretendere di più, limitatamente ad un'operazione di questo tipo. Ora si spera in qualche annuncio relativo a Spyro. Tanto si è capito che Activision continuerà ad insistere su queste IP: e meno male!
Finger Guns (Mar 12, 2021)
Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time is still the best Crash Bandicoot has ever been, and deserves to be played if you have any interest in platformers or loved the originals way back when. The PS5 upgrade gives it a thin but noticeable lick of paint to stand alongside the next-generation, and a reason to dive back in.
Press Start Australia (Mar 12, 2021)
If there's one things that's certain after playing the PS5 and Nintendo Switch versions of Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, it's that the game is fun no matter where you're playing it. The Switch version is great for portability whilst the PS5 provides crisp 4K visuals and insanely fast load times. It's worth a play for Crash fans and those that haven't had the joy of taking control of everyone's favourite Bandicoot.
83 (Mar 16, 2021)
Auch auf PlayStation 5 und Xbox Series X steckt ein gelungenes Hüpfabenteuer in Crash Bandicoot 4 – mit schön lebendigen Kulissen, viel Umfang und Abwechslung, den typischen Fluchtsequenzen, angenehm fordernden Levels und fast schon übertrieben kniffligen Herausforderungen für Profis. Schade, dass die Kameraführung nicht immer den passenden Winkel für die nötige Präzision bietet. Mit etwas mehr Feinschliff in diesem Bereich hätte Toys For Bob Frust vermeiden können und dem Spiel einen Gold-Award gesichert. Doch auch so lohnt sich der klassische Plattformer auf überschaubaren Pfaden, der sich insgesamt runder anfühlt als seine Vorgänger oder Konkurrenten wie Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair. Die native 4K-Auflösung mit stets flüssigen 60 Frames lässt die Kulisse eine ganze Ecke sauberer und plastischer erscheinen, auch wenn Grafik oder Inhalte darüber hinaus nicht angefasst wurden. (...)
Push Square (Mar 11, 2021)
Running on the new console, It's About Time just looks excellent. The cartoonish art style, with its bright colours, clean lines, and expressive animation, is absolutely gorgeous at 4K resolution. While it isn't using HDR (as far as we know), it still really sings on a 4K display. What's more, the game is locked at 60 frames-per-second on PS5, running buttery smooth regardless of how chaotic things get.
80 (Mar 11, 2021)
Sur PlayStation 5, les gâchettes adaptatives apportent un léger plus à l’immersion. À l’instar de Sackboy : A Big Adventure, elles se font remarquer quand il est nécessaire d’utiliser un pistolet ou un grappin (via les personnages annexes). Sympathique mais globalement anecdotique. Le système d’activités est pris en change, et les temps de chargement ont été raccourcis (une vingtaine de secondes sur PS4 pour lancer un niveau, contre moins d’une dizaine sur PS5). Il est bon de rappeler que contrairement à Control : Ultimate Edition, la mise à jour “next-gen” est gratuite si vous possédez déjà le jeu dans sa version PlayStation 4. Vous conservez ainsi votre progression (après avoir fait les manipulations d’usage pour envoyer votre sauvegarde initiale sur le Cloud), ce qui est une bonne nouvelle tant ce Crash Bandicoot se révèle difficile à terminer à 100 %.
GameSpot (Mar 11, 2021)
All in all, Crash's return remains a demanding but entertaining challenge for nostalgic fans and anyone down for platforming throwdown. Having a smoother frame rate makes the platforming feel even snappier, so there's no reason not to give it a try.
Crash Bandicoot fans got what they asked for last year with a proper follow-up that honored the legacy of Naughty Dog’s classic trilogy. Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time embraced the mechanics that made the franchise such a hit while adding its own unique spin. The move to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S maintains the same essence that made the game so enjoyable last year, but it now looks and runs better. The visuals are cleaner and the frame rate runs at a solid 60fps. DualSense support is lackluster compared to other titles, but the smart use of Activity Cards makes up for it. With a free upgrade available for current owners, and the ability to import saves from the cloud, hopping back into Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is simple, or start a whole new adventure for the first time. Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time was the return to form the franchise needed and it’s looking good on next-gen.