The 5 Game Franchises That Revived Themselves

4. Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy

The Crash Bandicoot franchise was once held as the face of Sony, standing toe to toe with the likes of Mario and Sonic. However, after the first three games, and CTR Racing the franchise was moved around from developer to developer with none of them really delivering a quality Crash game. That all changed on June 30, 2017, when Activision, the current owners of the Crash Bandicoot, released the N. Sane Trilogy. A total remaster of the first three games made by the legendary developer Naughty Dog. The N.Sane Trilogy allowed old fans to relive the glory days of Crash Bandicoot, and it gave new fans a frustrating introduction to the classic platformer. Since the games needed to be made from scratch the developers Vicarious Vision used the Crash 3 engine to make all three games which heavily affected the feel of the first game. The N.Sane Trilogy quickly became a success and it inspired a CTR remake the following year, along with Spyro the Re-ignite Trilogy. In other words, The N. Sane Trilogy was a real two for one deal.