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Crash Bandicoot

Crash Bandicoot is a franchise of platform video games. The series was created by Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin during their tenure at Naughty Dog for Sony Computer Entertainment; the series was originally exclusive to the PlayStation family of video game consoles. The series has appeared on multiple platforms and gone through various developers and spans numerous genres. The series comprises eighteen games and shipped over 50 million copies worldwide.

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Did You Know Gaming discusses the many changes of levels and design throughout the series as well as the thought process behind Crash himself.

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The first of many Crash Bandicoot games was published in May of 1996, leading to more of this amazing game series. A total of 18 games exist, and the CEO of Activision loves the series and he says "I don't have anything official to announce, but I can speak as an individual, I love Crash Bandicoot. Those were some of my favorite video games growing up. And I would love to find a way to bring him back, if we could. (Wikipedia, 2013)"

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