ESRB Rating: Everyone Release Date: November 2000
1 Stars out of 4
Review by Tom Allen
1 Star out of 4
Mario Party is much better than Crash Bash. This game uses the same format as Crash
Bandicoot 2 and 3, but instead of entering levels, you enter one-screen mini-games.
Crash Bash offers the same simplicity as Mario Party without all the fun. Most of the games feel
the same. Throwing crates at players in one game and trying to bump players off the edge of an
iceberg in another does not offer much game play variety.
The games could also have been more complex by allowing the screen to scroll one whole screen
in any direction, dividing the one-player games into mini-mini-battles amidst the overall "war."
However, this idea would be too confusing for multi-player action.
In the end, Crash Bash just doesn't feel terribly creative. Had Naughty Dog developed the game,
the story might be different.
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