Nintendo Switch

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy For Nintendo Switch Developed By Toys For Bob

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was finally confirmed for the Nintendo Switch during last week’s Nintendo Direct presentation. The colourful platformer is coming to the console in June, but we hadn’t heard who was behind the port. Today it has been revealed on the official Nintendo website that the developer for the game is actually Toys For Bob. The team had previously worked on the Skylanders franchise, so it should be in good hands. The Xbox One and PC versions are being developed by Vicarious Visions who are the team behind the original PlayStation 4 release.




      1. Did Activision develop Skylanders? Or did they publish it? Also, Skylanders is pretty much dead now so thank God for that and I guess it’s when the devs put Crash in and ultimately tanked the series deeper.


      2. Activision are publishers that own a lot of developers and ips (including Crash and Spyro). Activision tells their dev teams what to make and the dev team has little choice in the matter.
        You talk as though Toys for Bob are incompetent developers, but in actuality, they’re just doing what their boss tells them to.
        Similar to how Rare was demoted to making Kinect games by the whim of Microsoft.


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