Crash Bandicoot's wild, deranged eyes tell me he'll be excellent for a chaotic, aggressive multiplayer sport, and I'm not the only one. After sitting down with the folks at Toys for Bob to howl and hurl trash talk at each other for an hour while we performed their upcoming Crash Staff Rumble, it's clear they're on the same page.
Crash Staff Rumble is a 4v4 brawler in which teams compete to be the primary to surpass 2,000 factors within the form of Crash's iconic wumpa fruit. All of this with the intention of consuming as many wumpa fruits as possible before some stomping goon steals your head and takes you for all you're worth.
Screenshots of the Crash Staff Rumble
Crash Staff Rumble has a lot of components, which makes it feasible for you to play it slowly and regularly until you have accumulated enough items, or you may utilize them to prolong your own harvest. For those who are like me and simply wish to grieve your opponents, you may camp out on the enemy financial institution and relentlessly kill opponents to regain their very own harvest.
Coco and Physician Cortex are excellent scorers who excel at capturing wumpas and displaying them to the target in a flash. Dingodile is the only real blocker, which is capable of sabotage the adversary by being enormous and frightening.
The result is the kind of wonderful mayhem that jogs my childhood days yelling at my pals throughout Mario Kart 64 or Smash Bros.
I used to be able to win by simply defeating the enemy crew so much that they had a hard time depositing anything into my financial institution, whereas one other I racked up tons of multipliers by capture Increase Zones, so we have been able to finance institution 2,000 wumpas very quickly in any respect.
After a brief time with it, I'm confident I'll keep an eye on Crash Staff Rumble throughout its beta next month and when it will begin its full release in June.