Can you imagine passing Crash Bandicoot with voice commands? A 3DJuegos reader shows it on video

He is the first player in the world capable of beating Dr. Neo Cortex through this system.

Throughout history we have seen amazing feats in the world of video games. From players who are able to pass Dark Souls without taking damage, to incredible speedruns with which adventures of immense duration are completed in just a few minutes. What has just arrived will leave you with your mouth open.

A user has been able to complete the first Crash Bandicoot in his version of Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy only using voice commands. Jowel35, computer and faithful 3DGames reader, is who has been responsible for this epic achievement that, until now, no one in history had done. “I had the challenge in mind for a long time,” the author of the feat himself told us after contacting us.

Jowel has completely uploaded his games in his YouTube channel, where it shows us how the process has been at all times for the marsupial to recognize its voice commands. Based on “jumps”, “para” or “tour”, he has been able to reach the credits of an adventure that many users classified it as ‘very difficult’ when the remake hit stores. And that’s playing with controls; based on voice commands, it is truly amazing.

We do not know if it will do the same with the second and third installment of the saga included in the compilation Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy. Or maybe you wait for Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time to hit stores, which will be available soon; next October on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Meanwhile, you can take a look at our impressions.

More about: Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy and Activision.

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