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A sequel to the 1996 smash hit Crash Bandicoot. In this sequel Cortex returns and he is madder than ever. This game has more levels, more bosses and secret areas for some of the levels. You fight new bosses like the Komodo Bros, Tiny The Tiger and N. Gin along with alot more bosses. At the end of the game you can fly in a jet suit  for the few levels of the world and when you fight Cortex the last boss. In the ice world you can ride Polar booyah. This game is absolutely going to get an A because of good levels, great sound and music, plus a neat storyline. I am also not going to forget about the graphics in this game because the graphics are sweet. This game is recommended to whoever has a serious interest in Crash Bandicoot.

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