First unveiled during today's Nintendo Direct presentation, Activision later confirmed that the N. Sane Trilogy will also be available for the PC and Xbox One on the same date. The remaster did better than expected on the PS4 when it was released last year and we are expecting to see the same kind of response from the game when it is released on the other platform this year.
Kevin Harvick: Fast Phoenix Happy Hour
Busch led a race-high 128 laps but was unable to catch Harvick, who took the lead during the last cycle of green-flag pit stops. Rossi tried to dive inside of Wickens entering the first turn when the two cars made contact and Wickens spun off the course.
Marco Reus happy to pen new Borussia Dortmund contract
Marco Reus has signed a new five-and-a-half year contract to remain at Borussia Dortmund until the summer of 2023. Reus has twice been named Bundesliga player of the year and won the German Cup with Dortmund last season.
Fiorentina honour Astori with 1-0 win over Benevento
Emotional tributes began before kick off, with the Fiorentina players wearing armbands with the message "Ciao Davide". Astori's number thirteen shirt has been retired by the club in his honour.
Since the "Crash Bandicoot" compilation game is now being ported to the PC, players can expect the triple remaster to utilize the graphical powers of modern PCs. Rumors are, they are now taking the titles more seriously due to their potential for success and profitability, meaning belated sequels are in order.
Along with the recreation of the iconic Crash Bandicoot levels, the games also feature recreated versions of the original compositions to match the new high-definition visuals. One such leak even revealed a brand-new "Crash Bandicoot" game that will be released in the year 2019.