Why are the futuristic city levels (Rush Hour, Food Run, and The Crate Escape) underwater in their N-Verted modes? I don’t get that one. Unless they are trying to say that in the future the sea level will rise so high that even skyscrapers are underwater…. Very curious! I guess they are going for the Rapture experience.
I love the Cortex Castle, etc, levels though with the retro music and arcade point scores. That's quite a neat new mechanic. They've really tried to experiment with some of these N-Verted modes.
It feels like...you know in some Rayman games, you can change the screen effects with optional unlockables? You can make the screen black and white or old fashioned TV style? It feels like these stages are just those but made mandatory to finish the game completely, to me.
Thanks Dan! Yeah...watch the 106% ending here. It's not worth all the trouble .Blooming heck! Massive congratulations on getting the platinum for Crash 4.
Especially managing the Time Trial for the final level. I really, really struggled with that level on a normal run. How you managed to get through the last bit and make it look so effortless I don't know.
Thanks for doing it though, as I now get to see the bonus cutscene that I'll likely never get to see with my own eyes!
That's true. There are a couple of games where you can unlock different screen modes. I think Uncharted and The Last of Us might have had something similar too. I couldn't deal with corrupting these narratively excellent games with a gimmick, but Crash 4 seems to be putting the gimmick to a good use.