Sony Name Drops Crash Bandicoot Yet Again

on December 9, 2014 2:22 PM

Naughty Dog’s Community Manager Eric Monacelli mentioned once again at PlayStation Experience that Activision owns the rights to Crash Bandicoot, but for a company that doesn’t have the rights to a franchise Sony surely is eager to name drop it.

In a Video by Sony Computer Entertainment UK’s PlayStation Access channel publicizing a sale of the PS4 anniversary edition, not only the password mentioned to access the sale is “I crashed my bandicoot,” but for a brief moment we can see the following image.

Bandicoot

Crash is lost all right, in some lonely archive at Activision. The question is if he’s ever going to be found.

In the meanwhile you can see the video just below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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