Spyro: Fan is another indication of the Remaster

Since the announcement of the crash Remaster many retro fans wish for a new edition of Spyro. In Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Triology a fan now found an inconsistency that actually points to the return of the little purple dragon.


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we were surprised in 2016 by Sony with the remaster of the first three parts of Crash Bandicoot, many hoped retro fans that we hear at this year's E3 finally some of the purple dragon Spyro. Implied a Facebook post from PlayStation Netherlands also point out we were a bit disappointed in the end of Sony. At least until now!

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While others again hard nut to crack at the difficulty of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Triology, located YouTuber ThornsOfSerenity recalled the then cheat code to the original Crash Bandicoot 3: a demo of Spyro could be unlocked Warped. Lo and behold, you give the main menu of the new edition of the combination Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Square one, actually something happens!

However, Spyro demo is not as expected, played, but your cursor disappears for a few seconds. Are you trying the same code at the menus of Crash Bandicoot and Crash Bandicoot 2, however, nothing happens. Exactly how that looks, demonstrates the following video of ThornsOfSerenity:

Of course, developers Vicarious Visions might have simply forgotten to take the code from the basic structure of the original. That would explain why the cursor disappears for a short time, however, more is not happening. However, it is also possible that it actually is the unfinished cheat code to provide a first indication of the Spyro Remaster, even if the developers currently probably not longer allowed to reveal.

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Maybe we learn so during the PlayStation Experience on 9 and 10 December 2017 more on the possible return of Spyro; Sony promised yet to announce another exciting title. Until then, we must be satisfied with the published on 30 July this year Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Triology us well. The three optically revamped games offer, yes, but also enough levels to bridge the waiting time for Spyro.

How do you like the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Triology? Would you rejoice more about a Spyro Remaster or you're fully with the current offering and peace all over?