Crash Bandicoot 2 Graphics Comparison: PS1 vs PS4; What Changed?
With the recent release of a gameplay trailer for the PS4 version of Crash Bandicoot 2, fans have been comparing the game to the older PS1 version. There are a lot of different reactions from the fans. Some are saying that the PS1 version is better than the PS4, while others are saying that the PS4 version has many new features than the PS1.
In the graphics comparison video of Crash Bandicoot 2, which can be seen down below, fans can see how amazing the game looks for the PS4 version. Fans can also see that the textures are very different from the PS1 version. However, fans noticed that the classical look of the game has disappeared for the PS4, such as the shape and color of the apples and boxes. Fans can also see the changes in the game's framerate in the PS4, which became much smoother than the PS1. Furthermore, fans are also amazed as the waters in the game became more realistic in the PS4.
With the amazing improvements of the PS4 version of the Crash Bandicoot 2, fans are still saying that they prefer playing the PS1 version of the game as it looks more classic and easier to play. The motions of Crash in the game are also a little slow in the PS4. Due to this, fans might have a hard time finishing it than the PS1.
However, fans can expect more changes for the title's PS4 version. Fans are also expecting more stages and game modes for the PS4 version of the game. At this point of time, fans can only hope that more information will be revealed for the PS4 version of Crash Bandicoot 2. Although for now, some players are still recommending the PS1 version of the Crash Bandicoot 2 as it brings back the old days of gaming.
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