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Crash Bandicoot 4 : It’s About Time – Demo Arrives at PS Store

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Crash Bandicoot 4 : It's About Time - Demo Arrives at PS Store

Crash Bandicoot is a franchise of platform video games. Originally, it was an exclusive title for Sony’s PlayStation, but the latter installments of the series were released across multiple platforms. The latest game of this series is under development by Toys for Bob and will be published by Activision.

PlayStation just announced that the demo for Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is out on PS Store. However, to access it, players need to pre-order the game.

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The demo for Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time includes three levels

The demo has three levels from the middle of the game. Crash will be in focus on two levels, and Dr. Neo Cortex will be in focus on the other level.

The three maps are :

Snow Way Out – This map brings back the slippery ice levels from Crash. The level contains time-altering moves as Crash uses the Time Mask-Kupuna-Wa at this level. Crash will be able to slow the risky platforms and ice blocks to reach the end.

Devs have also included an optional Bonus path for Veterans or players who want to test their abilities to new limits.

Snow Way out ( Cortex Timeline ) – Dr. Neo Cortex is a completely different character with different abilities such as dashing in mid-air. He can also turn foes into platforms. The map will be a new experience with Dr. Neo Cortex.

Dino Dash – This is the ancient map of the game. Crash’s enemy in this map is none other than the highly anticipated T-Rex. Crash will have to put Lani-Loli i.e. the phase shift mask, to its best use to reach the end.

This map also comes with an optional bonus path.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Pre-order plans

Players will be able to avail the Totally Tubular skins after their purchase. The game is currently priced at a retail price of $59.99.

The previous Crash Bandicoot games have been way too much fun to play and are ranked highly on everyone’s lists. However, the veterans of the game were waiting for twenty years to finally play the sequel to the original Crash Bandicoot trilogy and will surely be brimming with excitement at the prospect of playing the new title.

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Allen Iverson Includes Damian Lillard Along the Lines of Shaq, Kobe, MJ and Other NBA Greats

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Allen Iverson Includes Damian Lillard Along the Lines of Shaq, Kobe, MJ and Other NBA Greats

The one debate that will remain never-ending is the NBA’s greatest players of all time.  We hold players at different pedestals because our opinions vary but when Philadelphia 76er’s legend names his favorite players, we can’t help but be all ear’s. Little did we know that the great Allen Iverson holds the Portland Trail Blazers’ star Damian Lillard at very high regard.

Blazers’ Damian Lillard has left a mark on Allen Iverson

The NBA legend came together with Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson on Showtime’s ‘All The Smoke’ Podcast. They sat and discussed topics like what it was like to play against the deadly Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal, how the game has evolved over the years, and so on. Although one topic really stood out was Iverson listing out his favorites of all time and one unexpected player that made it to the list was our very own Damian Lillard.

Iverson stated, “My favorite is always going to be Mike. But, Kobe, — my one and two. And LeBron [James] just so great. I just love Mike so much,” Iverson said. “And Kobe is the closest thing to me, to Mike. And then LeBron is just, hands down, LeBron James — He’s in a class by himself, you know, what I mean? then, Shaq. And… y’all know how I feel about Steph Curry. But that mother****er Dame D.O.L.L.A. — woo-wee.”

In the past, Iverson had listed his top 5 but Lillard was nowhere to be found. However, it looks like watching the star play in the Orlando Bubble has changed Iverson’s perception majorly.

The star’s future with the Trail Blazers

This was a career-year for Damian Lillard for sure. He caught everybody’s attention with his ‘Dame-Time’ aura and fought tooth and nail to achieve a place in the playoffs. Nevertheless, the Blazers’ didn’t have the greatest of seasons and just making it to the playoffs was certainly not their end goal.

Towards the end of the playoffs, Lillard had to exit the bubble due to an injury. Now that the offseason is around the corner, the Blazers should aim for some big signings that can support Lillard on the court. Lillard is a player who wants to win and won’t be satisfied winning it elsewhere but with his team, the Portland Trail Blazers.

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WATCH: When a Car Cover Got the Better of Cole Pearn at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

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WATCH: When a Car Cover Got the Better of Cole Pearn at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Back in 2016, the Las Vegas Motor Speedway race in March was a wet affair. When the race was halted due to the rainy weather, former NASCAR driver, Cole Pearn, found out that it was windy the hard way.

At the time, Pearn was Crew Chief to the #78 car housing Martin Truex Jr. Apparently, when he tried to get the cover on the car, the wind blew it right off and it practically smothered him. Eventually, he was rescued by the rest of the crew, though there were plenty of laughs.

The Furniture Row Racing driver enjoyed a decent qualifying session, with 10th on the grid. In race conditions, that was the best that the #78 car could muster up, as Truex Jr. ended up 11th fastest.

 

What else happened at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 2016?

While all this was going on, Kurt Busch took pole at the Kobalt 400. Unfortunately, he could not make it last and Brad Keselowski emerged as the winner. The pole man eventually ended his race down in 9th place at the rain-interrupted race.

Initially, the skies were clear in Nevada, when Kurt Busch led the pack. However, sometime during the race, there were various reports of debris scattered all over the track. They didn’t come from the cars themselves, but 30 mph gusts of wind blew them onto the track.

Soon, the rain came pouring down and the first caution flag waved at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Joey Logano soon took the lead, but teammate Brad Keselowski looked very threatening.

Then, more debris blew onto the backstretch and forced a second caution on Lap 99. After a while, Keselowski picked up a penalty for speeding on the pit road and dropped way down the order.

Disaster struck, as the windy conditions led to a dust storm southeast of the track. The good news was that it soon passed, and normal operations resumed, with 64 laps to go.

After some more stopping and restarting, Kyle Busch found himself in the lead with 35 laps to go. Busch got a good start and began to pull away, only for Keselowski to reel him back in and pass him in the dying laps of the race.

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Lakers Center Dwight Howard Details His Mindset While Playing Alongside LeBron James and Anthony Davis

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Lakers Center Dwight Howard Details His Mindset While Playing Alongside LeBron James and Anthony Davis

The Los Angeles Lakers have a chance to close out the series after taking a 3-1 lead vs the Nuggets. Heading into Game 4, they were completely outplayed by Denver in the previous game. But one change from head coach Frank Vogel turned the tides in LA’s favor.

It was the addition of veteran Dwight Howard to the starting lineup. Howard was getting into constant foul trouble in the first three games, but Game 4 was different. Dwight committed only 2 fouls in the entire game.

He also grabbed 11 rebounds, including 6 offensive boards! The team fed off his energy and defeated the Nuggets with a score of 114-108. Before Game 5 matchup, Howard shared his views on how the Lakers can finish off the Nuggets.

“Go out there and dominate, from 1st quarter to 4th quarter. Don’t worry about the refs, don’t worry about missed shots, just go out there and do what we do best, play Laker basketball and get a good win.”

Dwight also mentioned what it feels like to start alongside LeBron James and Anthony Davis on the Lakers.

“Just try to go in and be a star in my role. Play great defense, get as many rebounds as I can, control the paint and make sure to take pressure off the rest of the guys by being active and communicating.”

It seems like Howard is finally fulfilling his role on the Lakers’ roster. Prior to the playoffs, Howard was giving quality minutes to the team and was a defensive beast. However, after the hiatus, Dwight struggled for a bit, but he has finally found his groove.

What’s next for the Los Angeles Lakers?

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (1), Los Angeles Lakers forward Anthony Davis (3), Los Angeles Lakers guard Alex Caruso (4) and Los Angeles Lakers guard Rajon Rondo (9) celebrate after defeating the Denver Nuggets in game four of the Western Conference Finals of the 2020 NBA Playoffs at AdventHealth Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Right now, the biggest task for the Lakers is to stop Denver in its tracks. The Nuggets have already proved a 3-1 deficit doesn’t mean anything to them as they have already overcame that problem twice in this postseason.

In fact, in the Western Semis, they were down big on multiple occasions in elimination games. But Jamal Murray and Nikola Jokic always carried them out of the slump. All things considered, the Lakers need to finish Denver off in Game 5 itself. Otherwise, this Nuggets team can gain momentum and cause problems for Lakers.

What do you think? Who will be victorious in Game 5 of the WCF? The Lakers or the Nuggets?

Aikansh Chaudhary


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