During past five years, Crash Bandicoot-franchise has become a victim of extreme mistreatment by its current owner, Activision, and their incompetent developers, Vicarious Visions (now merged with Blizzard Studios), Beenox and Toys for Bob. First they substituted Crash's origins (three PS1 games and CTR) with some lack-luster counterfeits, and then make a faulty direct sequel stuffed with absolute misinformation.
And what's worse, CRASH-FANS PRAISE IT!!! As if the genuine article has lost its value!
Pretty much some of the fans were forced to accept these pale impersonations and neglect original Crash-franchise entirely, while some new fans are being prevented from acknowledging original Crash-games and touted with impersonations instead. And nothing seems to be left to the Crash-fans that don't only care and believe in originals, but also prefer them over the modern Trash Bandicunt. Instead, they got bullied by other Crash-fans who just don't know better, and at worst, were forced to choose between giving in to the fraud, becoming Crash-haters for the rest of their lives or self harm.
Is it right? NO!!! And that'll meet its end in few months, as GWKTM Interactive finishes their first Crash Bandicoot fangame, Crash Bandicoot Retro Hijinx, which aims to keep the spirit of Naughty Dog's original Crash-titles, and prove Crash fandom that the one and only Crash as we used to know it, is still worthwhile today.
The first one-level demo of Crash Bandicoot Retro Hijinx is finally released on GameJolt. The level in it is the first level of the game, so it's expected to be pretty simple. Some bugs are also present, which GWKTM aims to fix while developing the rest of the game.
For further info and downloads about Crash Bandicoot Retro Hijinx, click here.
So this is him, Guyus Matlow, the Guy Who Knew Too Much himself! And he'll now star as himself in his original series of animated shortfilms. Not alone of course, but with few of his friends as well.
These slapsticky shortfilms can be watched here, recently opened Facebook-page and most importantly, in GWKTM's YouTube Channel, where Guyus will also do channel announcements time to time. He also has galleries in DeviantArt and FurAffinity, where he publishes still art of himself and his friends.
You'll find his first shortfilm, Playground bully, in Audiovisual content-page. You can subscribe for more Guyus-shortfilms in any of the links below:
To find out more about Guyus and related characters, go see Guyus and Co.-page
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