There were some complaints when the gameplay was first revealed at PSX 2016 last year that Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy looked a little flat and washed out, but the presentation has come a long way since then. It looks like Vicarious Visions has been busy tweaking the title's lighting, colouring, and even textures as the 32-bit love-in looks much more in line with its PSone counterparts now.
In fact, this 4K footage captured using a PlayStation 4 Pro on German channel Inside PlayStation looks… Really, really good. The animations, art, and image quality all look spot on – it really is a PSone game rendered in Ultra High-Definition. We're so glad not just that this project exists, but that it's being done properly.