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Hopefully, at the end of myths like this will end. Examples of 30fps game on PS4 . Enjoy it guys. Can't wait to see what tha crash game is, please be CTR!:D .. Or was that in relation to SEGA? Anyway, bring it!. 6 days ago What, did you think that Activision would stop at remastering the first three Crash Bandicoot games? True to the teasers, Activision and Beenox. In the alternate ending to the original game, it's revealed that after Cortex disappears, Ripper Roo appeared in Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 3D as a playable He speaks perfect English and acts as a normal citizen with no relations of Dr.
Gin is an attendee of Uka Uka's bad guy convention, and is ultimately the one who reveals the secret of Crunch Bandicoot, Cortex's new superweapon. Gin serves as an obstacle in some of the levels. The Huge Adventure, N. Gin battles Crash in the skies with a weapon platform similar to the one he piloted in Crash Bandicoot 3: After chasing Crash down a space station hall, Mega-Mix is left inside the space station, which explodes with the villains in it.
Gin is a playable character in Crash Nitro Kart. In one cutscene, N. Gin considers creating cybernetic sharks as new henchmen after racing Nash.
Gin appears during the first boss battle, piloting the Mecha-Bandicoot in an attempt to eliminate Crash.
When all of its weapons are destroyed, the Mecha-Bandicoot stomps a hole into the floor and falls into a cavern. Gin is later seen as the captain of his own battleship. At the crow's nestN. This leads to the eventual collapse of the crow's nest, causing N. Gin to land on his head onto a pile of TNT Crates, creating a large explosion that sinks the battleship. Gin is last seen teamed up with N. Brio, with all of them trying to steal the Evil Twins' riches. However, they are driven out by Spyro the Dragon.
Gin is a playable character in Crash Tag Team Racing. In the game's story, N. Gin convinces Neo Cortex to join in the search for Von Clutch's missing Power Gems so that he can use Von Clutch's theme park as a new base of operations although Cortex later claims the idea as his own. In Crash of the Titans, N. Gin opposes Doctor Cortex's replacement by praising Cortex's stationery. Gin is next seen in his weapons factory, which appears on the outside as a version of the Statue of Liberty modelled after N.
This factory constantly bombards the surrounding area with all kinds of explosives in an attempt to hinder Crash. Inside the factory, N.
Gin communicates to his workers through the factory intercom, making announcements, singing inspirational songs, or alerting the workers of Crash's presence. In the factory's crown, N. Gin spends his days performing on his enormous pipe organ. When confronted by Crash and Aku Aku, N. Gin indirectly reveals to them that he has mixed feelings over Cortex's replacement to Nina. One side likes Doctor Cortex and the abuse he brings to him and wishes for his return, while another side approves of Nina's new way of doing things, believing that she is a more efficient leader than Cortex.
Eventually, the two sides reach a compromise, and tell Crash of Uka Uka's whereabouts in hopes that he will also free Cortex, planning to shower them with doom later on. Mind over Mutant, N. Gin leads an attack on Crash Bandicoot when Coco and Crunch become addicted to Cortex's and Brio's personal digital assistant, fleeing to a small observatory on Wumpa Island afterwards.
When Crash and Aku Aku catch up to him, N.
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Gin reveals that ever since Doctor Cortex escaped the Doominator, he has been secretly watching the Bandicoot family and collecting information on them, hoping to be rewarded with the ownership of Wumpa Island if Cortex is triumphant in his current plot. After Crash fends off N.
Gin's army of Ratnicians, N. Gin is sternly told by Aku Aku to leave the island, to which N. Uka Uka was created by Naughty Dog as a presence that was able to cause even Neo Cortex to cower in fear. Mind over Mutant and Crash Bandicoot N. Uka Uka first appears in Crash Bandicoot: Warped, where he shares the role of main antagonist with Doctor Cortex.
Several eons before the events of the series, he was locked away by Aku Aku in an underground prison due to his malevolent nature. Upset with Cortex's failure to retrieve the Crystals and the Gems, Uka Uka recruits Doctor Nefarious Tropy, who has created the Time Twister, which will allow them to collect the Crystals and the Gems in their original places.
And, since Cortex's failure also managed to set him free after so many years of imprisonment, Uka Uka still felt a sense of gratitude and generosity. Tropy, who have been turned into infants. Gin, Tiny, and Dingodile, giving them useful tips and tricks throughout the game. He also appears as a power-up during the races, protecting the said characters along with Ripper Roo, Papu Papu, Komodo Joe, Pinstripe Potoroo, Doctor Nefarious Tropy and, through hacking, Nitros Oxide from all attacks and obstacles while giving them a speed boost.
Uka Uka is later forced to relinquish Tiny and Dingodile to Aku Aku's team to even out the number of players between them.
The Wrath of Cortex, Uka Uka scolds Doctor Cortex and the rest of the villains for their less-than-impressive evil productivity. Fed up with Cortex's incompetence, Uka Uka concludes that if global domination is to ever be achieved, Crash should be handled with personally.
When Crash imprisons the Elementals, defeats the super-weapon, and brings it to their side, Uka Uka holds Cortex responsible and fires an energy blast at him out of anger, but in doing so causes their newly built space station to overload, forcing Cortex and Uka Uka to evacuate.
Their escape pod lands in the depths of Antarctica, stranding them both on a sheet of ice. The Huge Adventure and Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced respectively, becoming annoyed when both of them fail.
Gin, Tiny Tiger and N. In Crash Twinsanity, Uka Uka is freed from a wall of ice, but is enraged to see that Cortex has teamed up with Crash in order to defeat the Evil Twins, and transforms into an Ice Titan in order to kill both of them, considering that he still held a grudge against Cortex for his past failures.
Opposed to the fact that someone else is trying to destroy the world a job that he believes is hisUka Uka temporarily teams up with his twin brother, only to be defeated alongside him by the Evil Twins' ability to warp reality. Uka Uka has a cameo appearance in Crash Boom Bang! In Crash of the Titans, Uka Uka teaches Doctor Cortex a new process called "Mojo mutations", which uses a magical substance known as Mojo to mutate any living creature into a loyal minion of Cortex.
In a lab on the island's giant tree, Uka Uka expresses his relief with Nina Cortex's higher competence, but begins to sense Aku Aku's presence nearby, and decides to stay in the lab and kill Crash Bandicoot himself. Uka Uka confronts Crash as the penultimate boss by using Doctor Cortex's Evolvo-Ray on himself, giving him a gargantuan body made from the tree's wood. When the Evolvo-Ray is destroyed, Uka Uka claims that he will have the last laugh, as Nina is about to launch the Doominator, threatening the existence of Wumpa Island.
Uka Uka is absent in the Nintendo DS version of the game. Mind over Mutant, Uka Uka is subdued and placed in a milking machine by Doctor Neo Cortex and Doctor Nitrus Brio so that he can be used as a source of the bad Mojo needed to control those using the mass-produced NV device. He is eventually freed by Crash and Aku Aku, and promises to take the two to Cortex's new space station if his magical bones are returned to him. When this task is completed, Uka Uka keeps his promise and warps Crash and Aku Aku to Cortex's space station as an act of vengeance against Cortex.
It is implied in at least two instruction manuals that Tiny was Doctor Cortex's first foray into genetic alteration. Cortex Strikes Back, but is unsuccessful in the end. By Crash Bandicoot 3: His first duty working under Cortex is attempting to take whatever Crystals Crash and Coco have gathered and bringing them to Cortex in the Colosseum.
The epilogue of Crash Team Racing states that Tiny moved to Beverly Hills and founded a chain of fitness clubs after the events of the game. The Wrath of Cortex, Tiny is an attendee in Uka Uka's bad guy convention, not speaking a single line in the entire game.
He later serves as an obstacle in certain levels, literally standing in Crash's way in an attempt to hinder him, as well as operating various flying vehicles in levels involving planes or spaceships.
The Huge Adventure, Tiny serves as the third boss, fighting Crash near a large waterfall. He is later merged with Doctor Cortex, N. Gin, and Dingodile, and becomes Mega-Mix. Tiny is a playable character in Crash Nitro Kart. In the game's story, Tiny is seen playing checkers with himself and later, attempting to assist N. Gin when the tower the villains are standing in is abducted. Gin are teleported to Terra, where Tiny gains the respect of the inhabitants.
Tiny has a cameo appearance along with other Crash villains in Crash Twinsanity during Crash's "birthday party". In the crossover game Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage, Tiny acts as the second boss, attempting to obliterate Crash in a frozen tundra with a tank. Tiny has a cameo appearance in Crash Boom Bang! Gin by praising Cortex's stationery. When Crash disrupts these operations, Tiny confronts Crash directly and voices his displeasure in both Crash's antics and the fact that he wasn't invited to Crash Tag Team Racing.
Mind over Mutant, his voice can be heard in the game's credits when he tries to correct Crunch when he mixes up his metaphors. Dingodile[ edit ] Dingodile is the ally of Doctor Neo Cortex. Dingodile was conceptualized by Naughty Dog employee Joe Labbe, who requested a character that was a cross between a dingo and a crocodile.
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The final sketches of Dingodile were drawn on February 12, Zembillas has expressed happiness at Dingodile's enthusiastic following amongst fans. Dingodile made his debut in the video game Crash Bandicoot: Warped as the second boss of the game.
Here, he is seen serving under Uka Uka and Doctor Cortex, attempting to take whatever Crystals Crash has gathered and bringing them to Cortex during the Ice Age under his orders. When Dingodile is defeated, he warns Crash of the more powerful enemies he will face ahead as the penguin he tried to kill earlier hops up and down on his charred body. The epilogue of Crash Team Racing states that Dingodile created an animal breeding program to create unique and interesting pets.
He later serves as an obstacle in certain levels, firing spurts of flamethrower ammo in an attempt to stop Crash. The Huge Adventure, Dingodile serves as the first boss. He fights Crash in a shark -infested underwater cavern, and fires torpedoes at the cavern ceiling in an attempt to impale Crash with the falling stalactites, but eventually manages to impale himself, leaving him open for attack. Gin and Tiny Tiger, and becomes Mega-Mix.
Dingodile is a playable character in Crash Nitro Kart. In the game's story, Dingodile is seen assisting Doctor N. The next time he is seen, he is brainwashed by N. Trance and racing under N.
Trance's team, which drives green vehicles. In Crash Twinsanity, Dingodile is seen as one of the attendees of Crash's "birthday party" which is really a gathering of past villains in the Crash series. After watching the ensuing boss battle, he discusses lunch with Ripper Roo. Later, he is seen reading inside a small shack, but is interrupted when a large snowball containing Crash and Cortex crushes the shack with him in it. As Cortex laments his humiliation, Dingodile learns of the Evil Twins' treasure,  and secretly follows Crash and Cortex to the boiler room of Madame Amberley's Academy of Evil, where he tries to kill Crash for the treasure, believing he already has it.
However, with the help of the boiler room's emergengy sprinkler system, Crash is able to disable Dingodile's flamethrower and beat him into submission. Dingodile is last seen laying unconscious in the boiler room. While Dingodile doesn't appear in the console version of Crash of the Titans, he appears as the first boss in the Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance versions on the game. Dingodile attempts to defeat Crash with a new water cannon, but ultimately fails.
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He is defeated by Crash, who attacks him with inhabited beehives. He was created by Naughty Dog as a time-traveling boss that would fit in a time-traveling plot.
Sane Trilogy, in which he is voiced by Corey Burton. His name is abbreviated as N. Tropy, which is a play on " entropy ", a comment on his clock-like form.
Warped as the creator of the Time-Twisting Machine, a device that will aid Neo Cortex in his quest to gather the Crystals in their original places in time.
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He later acts as the third boss of the game, battling Crash with his gigantic tuning fork. When Cortex is defeated, the Time-Twisting Machine implodes on itself, trapping Cortex, Uka Uka and Tropy in a time prison, where they are transformed into infants. Tropy appears in Crash Team Racing as the player's opponent during the Time Trial races and later as an unlockable playable character.
The game's epilogue states that Tropy resumed his time machine hobby after the events of the game, and was last seen entering an ancient rainforest. Tropy has a minor appearance in Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex, in which he is an attendee of Uka Uka's convention and an occasional enemy in the game, attempting to hinder Crash's progress.
He is the main antagonist of Crash Bandicoot 2: He is later defeated by Crash and is forced to take a group picture with the Bandicoots. Tropy appears again in Crash Twinsanity, where he works with Doctor Nitrus Brio in order to learn the whereabouts of the treasure of the Evil Twins.
When interrogating Crash proves fruitless, the duo attack him, sending him back to Cortex's Iceberg Lab. They eventually reach the treasure trove of the Evil Twins, but are chased out by Spyro the Dragon. Brio was created by Naughty Dog as a foil for Doctor Cortex: His name is often abbreviated to "N.
Brio", a wordplay on "embryo". Gin in Madame Amberly's Academy of Evil. After his failure, Brio left Cortex to become a bartender. Whilst away, he plotted to destroy Cortex for good with the use of a giant laser.
Brio manages to convince Crash to gather the 42 Gems needed for the laser to be operational, and gives him the honor of activating the weapon, destroying Cortex's space station. While Brio does not appear in Crash Team Racing, a brand of beakers used as weapons during the races feature his name. When Crash and Aku Aku arrive at his house, he becomes obsessed with snatching the Power Stone from them and asks them to do some chores in return for some food and shelter.
Unfortunately, Crash flattens his books and destroys his research. Ripper accidentally went crazy by bouncing around on his cane demanding them to hand over the Power Stone. After a brief battle with Crash, a chandelier drops onto Ripper's head knocking him out before he snatches the Stone from the exhausted Crash.
He soon turned back to normal and decides to make them some food, but it turns out the food is not what Crash had in mind. His design is based off of his Cortex Strikes Back look and wears a long sleeved shirt instead of a straight jacket.
He speaks perfect English and acts as a normal citizen with no relations of Dr. Cortex or Brio creating him. Cortex Strikes Back he had normal eyes instead of the former, even when insane.
The same was true for his boss icons, and was corrected in Crash Team Racing As a result of nothing below his waist being seen, Ripper Roo's model in Crash Twinsanity has no legs. Instead, his left foot was used to steer the wheel, while his right foot worked the gas pedal, therefore he is the only racer to drive with only his feet.
Ripper Roo's theme in the first game is the shortest theme. Ripper Roo was originally going to speak normal English like most of the characters in CTR, but this was later dropped and he still used his insane laughter but with subtitles.
However, if you have a disk with a certain amount of damage in certain areas, his voice will actually play instead of just his laughing.
Ripper Roo is the only CTR boss who isn't affected by the language glitch since he only laughs. Furthermore, this makes Ripper Roo the only CTR boss who doesn't brag and warn about Oxide before and after his defeat, respectively, except in his normal English.
His voice is a re-tuned recording of Dallas McKennon's laughter first used in Lady and the Trampand was used in later movies like Chuck Connors' Tourist TrapWill Ferrell's Elfand the Disney theme park attraction "it's a small world" the unedited version for all three.
However, as of N-Sane Trilogy, these remixed sound clips have been replaced by new voice acting from Jess Harnell. He is seen using TNT crates, possibly because it was his first boss weakness, though unlike Komodo Joe, he doesn't use Nitro crates. The background music of Ripper Roo's fight in Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back was a remake of his original theme song. Ripper Roo is also a boss in a homemade online Crash Bandicoot game known as Crash: Flash, where he would throw Nitro and TNT then a stone crate that can be spun back.
He has a doctorate in political science. Ripper Roo has been known ironically to laugh uncontrollably when he gets hurt. Ripper Roo has never been fully allied with Cortex except in Crash Bandicootbut he still appears at Crash's birthday party in Twinsanity. It's even questionable if he was allied with Cortex in the first game, or if Cortex simply put him in the waterfall ruins and simply attacks anyone he sees.
Concept art for his picture in the Crash Bandicoot Bible implies he wasn't allied with Cortex in the first game. He is the only such character. Ginand Tiny Tigerall three of which were absent in the first Crash Bandicoot game. Ripper Roo's epilogue in the first game states that he became a doctor after going through intense therapy for 8 years. This could've been foreshadowing his return in Cortex Strikes Back.