Listener submissions now open for Screen Looking’s spooky Halloween Special (until Oct. 17)

Last winter, I aired a special edition of the Screen Looking podcast where friends and listeners got to share their own experiences. Like stories by the hearth, I read each and every letter on-air. Ever since, Alex and I have been waiting for Halloween to make it an annual tradition… later this month, we venture back into the unknown.

But as any gamer knows, “It’s dangerous to go alone!”

The Screen Looking podcast is inviting listeners to submit the spookiest, most haunted video game levels (or moments) they dare recall. Your submission will be included as part of our next episode. If you’re willing to follow us into the darkest reaches of video game history, here’s what you need to do:

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Top Ten Levels: Crash Bandicoot

Near the top of Screen Looking’s second episode, we admitted to scrapping our initial take – it simply got way too long. The culprit was an additional 30+ minutes devoted to specific levels from Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – ones that Hilary & I agreed were, as the French say, “la crème de la crème.”

Still, we feel they deserve our recognition. Having now achieved over 100% completion across Vicarious Visions’ rebuilt trilogy, we felt like we had to revisit this topic more officially.

Out of the 100+ levels between Crash Bandicoot, Cortex Strikes Back, and Warped, we boiled it down to 10. Ranging from quintessential to delightful and unforgettable, these levels are the ones we feel every Crash Bandicoot player should revisit more than once. Continue reading Top Ten Levels: Crash Bandicoot