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CRASH BANDICOOT’s Getting an Insane New Action Figure

CRASH BANDICOOT’s Getting an Insane New Action Figure

In the wake of Super Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog, the ’90s were filled with mascot characters starring in their own video game franchises. Most of these creations have been rightfully forgotten, especially you, Bubsy! But Crash Bandicoot still has a special place in our hearts from his earliest adventures. And while Crash is still awaiting a full-fledged video game comeback, fans won’t have to wait long to pick up a new Crash Bandicoot figure.

NECA has revealed the first pictures from its Crash Bandicoot line of figures, and who better to start with than Crash himself? This 5.5 inch figure not only captures the look of Crash, it also has ball-jointed eyebrows to recreate some of his crazy facial expressions.

 

Naturally, Crash’s new figure features additional areas of articulation for “maximum wumps,” and it will also come a thick cardboard replica crate, which just happens to be Crash’s favorite thing to smash.

 

NECA plans to release Crash in May, but the rest of the figures in the line are currently unannounced. Presumably we’ll see more variations on Crash himself, and it would be nice to see his nemesis, Dr. Neo Cortex, also get a figure. But what we’d really like to see is a new Crash Bandicoot game. Last year’s Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy remaster of the original trilogy went over well with fans and critics alike. Hopefully the renewed interest in Crash will push the franchise towards a full revival.

What do you think about the new Crash Bandicoot figure? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

Images: NECA

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