Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy #Days_LaterOctober 3, 2019
What can you say about a game like Crash ?
As I went through all three games in the Crash PSX trilogy, only now all dolled up and remastered, I remembered so many different things about my time spent playing these games.
So if you fly through the level just trying to survive, you may make good time, but you will have to suffer through watching Crash getting mercilessly bashed into submission due to your impatience.
I openly admit that time trials make me itchy, and I don’t care for them at all.
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back did what a lot of platformers wisely do and employed a hub section call the Warp Room to make the traversal from level to level a bit more streamlined.
This matters because when you have a game that is already difficult on it’s own, adding in unfair controls and mechanics does nothing except put off the player.
This is Crash .
Personally, I liked the way the game basically yadda-yadda-ed the story and game mechanics.
Also, bandicoots hide crystals in some disturbing places and Crash Bandicoot: Warped!
This game is a tough platformer that doesn’t always seem to play fair.
Adult spanking is a curious thing. I mean, most of us did not like being spanked as children. We dreaded spankings, didn’t we? So, why do so many of us long to be spanked as adults. I think for some of us, it is for sexual pleasure. For others, it is to meet an emotional need. Maybe we feel we deserve it before we enjoy fucking. Some parts of society make women feel we are bad if we enjoy being fucked. So, maybe we feel better about our longing if we are punished first. I will tell you why I want you to spank me.