Back when the first Sony PlayStation was launched, one of the ways Sony would promote the console and its capabilities was by putting demos of the console all over the place. One of the demo games that Sony would use was Crash Bandicoot which has become something of a classic, kind of like what Mario is to Nintendo.

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This is why you can imagine that there are gamers who are pretty psyched about Crash Bandicoot making a return in the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy. Now if you were hoping that in this day and age the game would be available for other platforms, you will be disappointed to learn that it will not. In response to a gamer asking that question, the PlayStation Ireland Twitter account confirmed that the game will be a PS4 exclusive.

Like we said, Crash Bandicoot was more or less what defined the PlayStation console back in the day, so we guess it shouldn’t be surprising that Sony still wants to make the game exclusive to their platforms. We’re not sure if this is a timed exclusive or permanent exclusive, but maybe you shouldn’t hold your breath if you were hoping to get it on the Xbox or PC or Nintendo Switch.

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