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Fake Crash was originally created by Naughty Dog when the team saw a cheap Japanese Crash toy with large teeth and eyebrows. They nicknamed the toy "Trash Bandicoot", and turned it into the character named Fake Crash. Fake Crash is, as his name implies, a poor imitation of Crash Bandicoot. He has very large eyebrows and teeth, and a really goofy voice. In the games, Fake Crash's origin is unknown.
Crash Bandicoot series
Crash Bandicoot: Warped
In Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, Fake Crash appears as a hidden extra, and is a minor character.
Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced
In Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced, when N. Tropy tries to abduct Crash Bandicoot, Aku Aku intervenes, and Fake Crash is abducted instead. N. Trance mistook Fake Crash as being the real one and brainwashed into fighting alongside him. Fake Crash is the third boss in the game, where he mirrored Crash's moves. After his defeat, Fake Crash joined forces with Crash and helped defeat N. Trance.
Crash Team Racing
Crash Nitro Kart
Fake Crash is an unlockable character in Crash Nitro Kart, where he is a member of Team Bandicoot.
In the Game Boy Advance version, upon being unlocked, Fake Crash is shown to be able to speak English, although appears to be hesitant in his speech.
Fake Crash is a playable character in the Japanese version of Crash Bash due to his popularity in Japan. He is neither good nor evil, and is not playable in Adventure mode.
Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage
Crash Boom Bang!
Fake Crash is a playable character in Crash Boom Bang!.
- In Crash Team Racing, he was voiced by Michael Connor.
- In Crash Nitro Kart, he was voiced by Dwight Schultz.
- In the Japanese games, Fake Crash was voiced by Kappei Yamaguchi up to Crash Nitro Kart, and by Makoto Ishii in Crash Boom Bang!
Names in other languages
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