Popular Vivendi franchise to hit Nokiaâ??s game platform

N-Gage set to Crash

Nokia’s new N-Gage mobile gaming platform will see its line-up bolstered with the addition of a newly developed game in Vivendi Universal’s Crash Bandicoot franchise.

The deal comes hot on the heels from yesterday’s announcement that Capcom were to be the first Japanese developer and publisher to support the platform.

Plans continue to build for the new platform, which Nokia says will be a great boon to mobile developers, turning a number of its handsets into a unified games development and distribution platform.

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