It's hard to believe the world's favorite animated bandicoot (okay, so he doesn't have much competition) has been around long enough to see his fifth game. What's even more impressive is the fact that the graphics and gameplay in this GBA installment trump the original version that appeared on full-sized consoles. In this chapter, Dr. Cortex has constructed a weapon that has the ability to shrink the planet down to the size of a softball. Now, a miniaturized Crash must figure out how to return himself and his globe to standard size. Boasting more than 10 hours of total gameplay, CRASH BANDICOOT: The Huge Adventure packs in an amazing 20 levels, spanning six various locations. Although it's still not possible to achieve true 3D graphics on a handheld system, CRASH comes closer than anyone to date, using perspective to create the illusion of a third dimension. Packed with goofy characters and deadly enemies, this is one adventure that neither you nor Crash will soon forget.