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Shippuden Sasuke and Naruto fighting (moving animation)!



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Sabtu, 12 April 2008

devil may cry 2

Devil May Cry 2 begins with Lucia and Dante separately entering a museum where an important item called the Medaglia is stored. After defeating a group of demons in the museum, Lucia invites Dante to follow her to the Dumary Island, where he is introduced to Matier, her mother. Matier explains that she once fought alongside Dante's father, Sparda, to defend the island against demons. She asks Dante to help fight Arius, an international businessman who uses demonic power and seeks to conquer the world.[13] Dante flips a coin in answer, and decides to help when the coin lands on heads.[14] After Dante leaves Matier and Lucia discuss the Arcana, the items required for Arius to raise Argosax.

Lucia eventually confronts Arius, who reveals that she was his creation.[15] When Lucia moves to strike Arius, he uses his magic to blast her away. Shortly afterward, Dante meets up with Lucia, who gives him the last of the Arcana before leaving.[16] Dante then encounters Matier and tries to pass the Arcana to her. Matier, in turn, asks Dante to take the Arcana to save Lucia, who has gone to fight Arius again.[17] Dante flips the coin again to decide if he will help; it lands on heads, and he departs to aid Lucia.[18] Meanwhile, Lucia enters the Uroboros tower and attacks Arius, who captures her. Dante arrives and trades the Arcana for Lucia, then attacks Arius. To escape, Arius forces Dante to decide between saving Lucia or killing him.[19]

Lucia, worried about the ritual and conflicted about herself, wonders how they will stop Arius. Dante waves her off, stating he will find a way.[20] Dante leaves Lucia to think as he departs to defeat Arius. Matier arrives a short time later, sets Lucia's mind at ease, and decides to rejoin the fight against Arius.[21] Dante arrives to find Arius in the middle of his immortality-inducing ritual. Apparently not at all fazed by the completion of the ceremony, Dante stands confident.[22] Another fight ensues, in which Dante finishes Arius off with his pistols. Outside, Lucia confronts Dante and demands that he kill her because she fears she will become a demon herself.[23] Before the issue can be resolved, a large stream of energy strikes the tower and a portal to the demon world is opened. Dante and Lucia argue over who will enter and close it from the inside; Dante offers to leave the issue up to fate. He flips the coin and it once again lands on heads, leaving Dante to enter the portal to deal with Argosax after leaving the coin with Lucia.[24]

After Dante departs, Arius returns to life bearing demonic power.[25] While Lucia fights Arius, he finds himself injured and attempts to distract her, a tactic which fails; Lucia goes on to defeat him.[26] Within the portal, Dante fights and defeats the partially summoned Argosax. Finding the portal closed, Dante instead drives further into the demon realm on a motorcycle. In the aftermath of the battle, Matier attempts to reassure Lucia about Dante's fate, insisting that Sparda returned from a similar trip. Lucia examines the coin Dante left with her and discovers that both sides are identical.[27] Sometime later in Dante's shop, Lucia muses about Dante. Outside the sound of a motorcycle echoes, and Lucia leaves to investigate. It is left up to the player's interpretation if this is Dante or not.

devil may cry

Devil May Cry begins with Dante being attacked in his office by a mysterious woman named Trish. He impresses her by easily brushing off her assault, and tells her that he hunts demons in pursuit of those who killed his mother and brother.[10] She says the attack was a test, and that the demon emperor Mundus, whom Dante holds responsible for the deaths of his family, is planning a return.[11] The scene jumps to their arrival at an immense castle, whereupon Trish abruptly leaps and vanishes over a high wall

Dante encounters Phantom.

Dante explores the castle and encounters the game's stock enemies, demonic marionettes. He also finds a new sword called Alastor, and battles the first boss, a giant spider/scorpion demon named Phantom. Dante wins the battle, but in what becomes a recurring theme, the defeated boss monster reappears a short time later in a corridor, forcing the player to choose a narrow escape or to fight in the tight confines. After further exploration and combat, Dante battles a demon named Nelo Angelo who impresses Dante with his confidence.[12] The demon wins, but suddenly flees upon seeing the half-amulet Dante wears. The demon attacks twice more in later missions, and is eventually revealed to be Dante's identical twin brother, Vergil. After Vergil's final defeat, his amulet joins with his brother's half, and "Force Edge", the game's default sword which belonged to the twins' father, becomes the powerful Sparda sword.

When Dante next meets Trish, she betrays him and reveals that she too is working for Mundus. But when her life is endangered, Dante chooses to save her. Saying he only did so because of her resemblance to his mother, he warns her to stay away.[13] Yet when he finally confronts Mundus, who is about to kill Trish, Dante again chooses to save her and is injured. Mundus tries to finish him off, but Trish takes the attack instead. This unleashes Dante's full power.[14] Dante and Mundus then battle on another plane of existence.

Dante is victorious, and leaves the amulet and sword with Trish's immobile body before departing.[15] Mundus returns and corners Dante, who is now back to his regular strength, before he can flee the island; Trish also returns and lends Dante her power. Dante defeats Mundus, who vows to return and rule the human world.[16] When Trish tries to apologize she begins to cry, and Dante tells her it means she has become human and not just a devil, because "devils never cry".[17] Dante and Trish escape on a plane as the island collapses. After the credits, it is revealed that Dante and Trish are working together as partners, and have renamed the shop "Devil Never Cry".

looney toons back in action

daffy duck tired of playing "stooge" to the "long-eared, carrot-chomping, overbite-challenged" Bugs Bunny, demands better treatment from the Warner Brothers. Kate Houghton (Jenna Elfman), the Vice President of Comedy, reveals to a heartbroken Daffy that Bugs is much more popular than Daffy, saying that while Bugs enjoys universal appeal, the duck's fan base is limited to

When Daffy discovers he has been fired, he is escorted out of the board room by Kate and Bugs.

Meanwhile, DJ Drake (Brendan Fraser), a security guard, fails an audition for a stuntman job. He is then asked to escort a distraught Daffy Duck off the lot, however, Daffy escapes and runs rampant through the studio. He attempts to commandeer the (Batmobile) but crashes it into the studio's water tower, causing it to topple over, drenching Kate and Bugs, who were driving by. DJ himself is then fired in a scene inspired by the 1960s TV series Branded.

Some of the other cartoon characters are struggling in stardom, especially Porky Pig and Speedy Gonzales. Scooby Doo and Shaggy (both are appropriately voiced by Frank Welker and Casey Kasem) confront Matthew Lillard who portrayed Shaggy in the live-action Scooby Doo movie. Kate tries to change Bugs' famous gags by teaming him up with a female co-star. Bugs counters this with his famous crossdressing gag.

DJ returns to his home, next door to Granny, Sylvester, and Tweety Bird, and finds Daffy has hitched a ride, as he has nowhere else to go. Daffy learns DJ is Damian Drake's son. Daffy believes Damian is a spy, while DJ thinks he is merely an actor who portrays a spy. When it is revealed that both are right, and that Damian is in trouble over the Blue Monkey Diamond, DJ departs. His only clue, the nightclub actress "Dusty Tails" in Las Vegas. All of DJ's attempts to throw Daffy out of his pizza-delivery car fail, so that they leave together.

About this time, it is revealed DJ has played Brendan Fraser's stunt double many times and he considers Brendan to be very unpleasant.

Meanwhile, the Warner Bros. decide Kate that misled them into firing Daffy and that they want him back. Bugs' phone call to Daffy is rebuked.

Unknown to Daffy and DJ, their conversation is being watched by the board of directors of the ACME Corporation. The eccentric yet intimidating Mr. Chairman (Steve Martin) wants the Blue Monkey for his own "diabolical ends"

Kate goes to DJ's house and finds Bugs, and also discovers that DJ is Damian Drake's son. They head out in Damian's true spy car, (a TVR Tuscan).

DJ and Daffy arrive at Las Vegas and enter the Wooden Nickel casino owned by the midget cowboy, Yosemite Sam, who is an operative of ACME. Mr. Chairman informs Yosemite Sam to keep the two protagonists within the casino. Mr. Smith (Bill Goldberg), Mr. Chairman's hitman offers Sam a treasure chest and strikes him with it. Foghorn Leghorn introduces the casino's next act, which is Dusty Tails, played by Heather Locklear. DJ approaches Dusty; she reveals she is a spy like Damian. She gives DJ a Queen of Diamonds playing card that will apparently help him find the Blue Monkey. Daffy boasts that he does not know the meaning of the word "fear", until Yosemite Sam and his underlings, Nasty Canasta and Cottontail Smith, appear with a cannon. Daffy goes "Fear: noun, a state of terror" before being blasted into a fire extinguisher. DJ attempts to fight their way out of the casino, but things stop when the card is lost on the gambling floor. DJ manages to win a game and recover it. His car falls to pieces when the two leap in.

Yosemite Sam and his cronies commandeer Jeff Gordon's racecar and chase Daffy and DJ. They find Kate and Bugs; all four drive off in the spy car with the cowboys not far behind. After taking a wrong turn, the quartet find themselves heading towards a dead end. Daffy utters the word "mother", which the car interprets as a request to take them to that person, and activates its flight mode, flying into the air. Sam is considerably less lucky: his car crashes into a wall, catapulting him into a fireworks store. He lights a match - and is blown skyward.

The car continues flying towards "mother", however it crashes in the middle of the desert. Later at a campout, Daffy expresses his jealousy of Bugs with the statement: "All you have to do is nibble a carrot and people love you."

The next day, the heroes come across a Wal-Mart store in the middle of the desert (which is assumed to be a mirage) and get free stuff in exchange for endorsement of Wal-Mart. Mr. Chairman's father, another VP, suggests they get the "Desert Operative", Wile E. Coyote, to deal with the heroes. His attempt fails.

The heroes stumble across Area 52, a secret military base where aliens are stored. The base's leading researcher, known as Mother (Joan Cusack) has been expecting DJ and reveals to him that the Blue Monkey is a powerful gem that can be used to turn the human race into monkeys. Marvin the Martian who is imprisoned within Area 52, is ordered to attack the heroes. Using other aliens, including Daleks, he causes a mass riot, which the heroes escape.

They realize that a picture of the Mona Lisa is on the playing card and head to the Louvre in Paris. DJ manages to find a map of Africa. Elmer Fudd appears wanting the window and reveals that he is secretly evil. Bugs and Daffy flee from Elmer throughout the museum, leaping into several paintings like The Scream. Kate is kidnapped by Mr. Smith and taken to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Beaky Buzzard flies overhead in a helicopter. Mr. Smith escapes with a photographed copy of the map. Bugs and Daffy defeat Elmer by running into another painting that results in Elmer's coming out in a pointillism effect. Bugs blows him to pieces using a fan. Kate falls off the side of the Eiffel Tower, but is saved by DJ.

ACME prepares to head to Africa. Mr. Chairman decides to unleash his most vicious operative: Taz. The VP for Never Learning criticizes Taz, and the Chairman releases Taz upon the VP, eating all but his skeleton.

In Africa, DJ, Kate, Bugs and Daffy run into Granny, Sylvester and Tweety riding an elephant through the jungle. They hitch a ride and discover some ancient ruins and the Blue Monkey itself. Granny, Sylvester and Tweety unzip bodysuits to reveal themselves as Mr. Chairman (the film's second example of crossdressing), Mr. Smith, and Taz in disguise. All but Taz and Mr. Smith are teleported back to the ACME building.

DJ and Kate are chained up and find Damian on a railway track about to be run over by the Train of Death driven by Wile E. Coyote, with, for good measure, crates of TNT next to him and a 2-tonne anvil over his head. They are also attacked by a giant ACME Guard Dog. Bugs and Daffy go into outer space after Marvin the Martian to a satellite where the Blue Monkey will transmit a transformative beam around the globe. Bugs battles Marvin with a lightsaber while reading a book called "The Force For Dummies". Daffy becomes Duck Dodgers and saves the day by deflecting the satellite.But he explodes with the Jetpacks. DJ saves Damian, outwits the giant dog, and destroys the Train of Death. Marvin is trapped in a bubble and floats off into space. Mr. Chairman, now a monkey, is arrested with a little pair of monkey sized handcuffs.

Bugs and Daffy talk about the adventure while it is revealed the whole thing is just a movie. DJ punches Brendan Fraser. Bugs then reveals that he has decided to let Daffy be his equal partner. Daffy remarks that his luck may be changing; however, he is flattened by a falling round metal plate which is revealed to be the symbol of the Looney Tunes. Porky Pig fails to perform his trademark ending spiel and he instead tells the audience to go home.

Senin, 07 April 2008

Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage

Crash Bandicoot's sworn enemy) has joined forces with Spyro the Dragon's enemy, Ripto and they plan to get rid of both Spyro and Crash by sending out Ripto's monsters into the area. Aku Aku and Coco Bandicoot ask Crash to save the world by recovering the crystals before Cortex does.

Meanwhile, the Professor and Hunter ask Spyro to close the portals and get rid of the monsters. Unfortunately for Crash and Spyro, they were tricked into thinking they were enemies. In Crash's world, the Riptocs are dressed as Spyro and in Spyro's world, they are dressed as Crash.

Crash and Spyro meet and engage in a fight on a bridge, but realize that they've been tricked. A new friendship blooms between them. They join forces to defeat the two evil villains.

Not even Tiny Tiger, Crush or Gulp can stop them, but Cortex uses his niece, Nina Cortex, to kidnap Coco and the Professor. Blink informs Crash and Spyro what happened to Coco and the Professor. Spyro rescues Coco and the Professor while Crash distracts Nina. Finally, Crash and Spyro defeat Nina at her own game.

Coco has an idea: If they put a tracer on Cortex and Ripto, they would track them to their headquarters. Crash defeats Ripto, but he forgot to insert the tracer. Spyro defeats Cortex and he puts the tracer on him. Crash and Spyro reach their headquarters in outer space. As a team, Crash and Spyro defeat Cortex and Ripto. They thank each other as the games ends with a photo of Crash having Spyro in a friendly headlock, and the credits roll.

Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex

The story begins somewhere outside Earth's orbit, where we see Doctor Neo Cortex's evil space station base. Inside it, Uka Uka ads destructive masks with the power over Earth, Fire, Water, and Air. If they unleashed their destructive energy, they'll have enough power to bring Cortex's secret weapon to life. They would have a weapon capable of crushing mountains, demolishing entire cities, and wiping Crash Bandicoot off the face of the Earth forever.

Back on Earth, strange things begin to happen. Volcanoes are erupting, thunderclouds are forming, and tsunamis are devastating the coastlines. Aku Aku concludes that his evil twin brother Uka Uka is up to his no-good tricks again, and travels into outer space to find out what he is planning. There, he learns that Uka Uka and Doctor Neo Cortex have unleashed the Elementals, and tells Crash Bandicoot and Coco Bandicoot that they must find a way to stop them before they destroy the Earth and all of its inhabitants. He also tells them that the only way to subside their destructive nature is to imprison them with the use of ancient crystals. Each Elemental can be returned to their hibernation state with a total of 5 crystals. So Coco's new Portal Chamber is unveiled. The Portal Chamber is a device that allows the Bandicoots to travel to different parts of the Earth to gather the Crystals needed to halt the Elementals' reign of terror. "It is time to even the odds into our favor," Aku Aku proclaims.

Just before they start off, Cortex shows up via holographic display. He introduces his super weapon, a bandicoot named Crunch, who is more than eager to take on Crash. Cortex states that Crunch is everything Crash wasn't, and leaves telling Crash that "We all make mistakes". With that, Crash and Coco travel the world collecting the Crystals. Uka Uka's patience is already tested with the defeat of Rok-Ko, the Earth Elemental, but Cortex assures that Wa-Wa, the Water Elemental will make sure that Crash doesn't see the light of day. But with Wa-Wa's defeat, Crunch claims that he doesn't need a mask to help him, and that he can exterminate Crash all by himself, but Cortex insists that he and Py-Ro, the Fire Elemental will vanquish Crash and his annoying friends together. Cortex is already fed up with Crash making a mockery out of him and his minions. With Py-Ro defeated, Uka Uka questions the value of Cortex's "superweapon", and Crunch is becoming equally impatient, saying he can take out Crash with his metal arm tied behind his back. But Cortex somehow keeps his cool, telling Crunch not to be so silly, and assures Uka Uka that Crunch will use the Elemental masks, saying there's no need for him to lose any beauty sleep. Things are really getting desperate for Cortex, as he prepares an armada of space stations to strike Earth at one point. But thankfully, they're taken out by Coco. With Lo-Lo, the final Elemental mask defeated, Crunch's Elemental powers reach maximum capacity. The battle takes to Cortex's space station.

In the end, Crunch is defeated, and Uka Uka is prepared to kill Cortex, but in an attempt to blast Cortex with a fireball, he hits a vital part of the space station. All of a sudden, Crunch realizes that Dr. Cortex doesn't have control over him anymore, and decides to give him a piece of his mind, but Aku Aku insists that they escape instead, because Uka Uka's energy blast caused a slight chain reaction, resulting in the space station reaching a critical overload. Cortex believes that it might be wise if they do the same, and make their way to an escape pod. Uka Uka blames Cortex for this, and says that if he hadn't ducked out of the way, none of this would've happened. Crunch and Crash escape through Coco's spaceship. Back on Earth, Crunch thanks Crash, Coco and Aku Aku for believing in him, and if it wasn't for them, he would still be under the control of Doctor Cortex. Coco asks Aku-Aku if this is the last they'll see of Doctor Cortex. He says that that's what he'd like to believe, but somehow, he doubts that very seriously. Meanwhile, somewhere off the coast of Antarctica, Uka Uka is once again mad at Cortex for stranding the two of them "in the middle of nowhere", and proceeds to pursue Cortex around a small island. Cortex yells into the sky: "I'll get my revenge, Crash Bandicoot! Just you wait!"

The inventors of the game are Gabriel Savage and Chelsea Brown.

crash boom bang

While developing a resort in Tasmania, the Viscount finds a map of an ancient city containing the fabled Super Big Power Crystal. He attempts to find it himself, but due to the large amount of puzzles, he fails miserably. In the resort, the Viscount decides to gather up the world's cleverest and strongest bunch of characters and con them into finding the Crystal for him.[7] He sends an invitation to Coco Bandicoot, inviting her to the World Cannonball Race, where the winner earns $100,000,000.[8]

The race starts in Port Town, with the winners traveling in a boat to a large desert. Legend has it that four stone tablets are buried somewhere in the desert, and the contestants are sent out to dig for them and bring them to the Viscount.[9] According to the stone tablets, the actual location of the Crystal is hidden somewhere on the ancient map. Before he can investigate the matter further, Doctor Neo Cortex swoops in and snatches the map. As the two struggle for the map, the map is torn to shreds.

Cortex sends his loyal Lab Assistants to find the pieces of the map scattered throughout the big City and bring them to him.[10] Now that the contestants know about the map, the Viscount decides to reveal his true intentions: The Super Big Power Crystal can grant a single wish who whoever obtains it, and the Viscount is willing to give a large sum of money to those who help him find it.[11] Finding the Power Crystal is impossible without the Final Key, so the Viscount boards his plane to travel to the North Atlantic Ocean in search for the Final Key. But the plane is full, and only a select number of the contestnts are able to board.[12] With the help of an explosive volcano, the contestants are able to board the Viscount's plane.

On the Viscount's ship, the Viscount tells the group the story of an explorer who found the Final Key, but was unable to find the Power Crystal. That explorer was the Viscount's grandfather. As the explorer sailed back to his homeland to recollect his thoughts, his ship crashed into an iceberg and sank, taking the Viscount's grandfather to a waterey grave.[13] "Sounds like a movie," remarks one of the attendees. The Viscount tells them to dive to the sunken ship and retrieve the Final Key, much to their shock, considering the near-freezing temperatures.[14] Despite this, the group is able to find the Final Key before freezing to death. With all the pieces of the puzzle at hand, the Viscount victoriously enters the Tower, where the Super Big Power Crystal awaits its owner.[15] Just as the Viscount is about to make his wish, Crash steps forward and makes his wish of a large pile of Wumpa Fruit, much to the Viscount's grief. "May peace prevail on Earth," says Coco.

crash of the titans

In the beginning of the game, Crash Bandicoot aids Coco with a butter-recycling device.[10] This peace is interrupted by Doctor Neo Cortex, who arrives in his airship. Cortex captures Coco and Aku Aku, and encases Crunch in crystal. In an attempt to stop Doctor Cortex, Crash throws Coco's machine at the airship, and manages to sever Aku Aku's cage, which falls into the nearby forest. When Crash rescues Aku Aku, the latter explains that his powers are useless against the fierce mutants that they have encountered, and suspects that dark magic is involved.[11] When Crash and Aku Aku follow Cortex's blimp to see what he's up to, they discover that Cortex and Uka Uka are stealing all the mojo from the Temple of Zoom, an event somehow linked to the strange mutants that have appeared.[12] Upon reaching the roof of the Temple, Neo Cortex reveals his plot to use the stolen Mojo to create a huge army of loyal mutants, and use those mutants to build a colossal robot known as the Doominator, which will crush the Wumpa Islands and take over the world.[13] Uka Uka then leaves Cortex and his patented Yuktopus to deal with Crash and Aku Aku while he takes the Mojo and Coco back to their base.[14] After the Yuktopus fails to defeat Crash, Cortex boasts that Crash will never find their base, and flies off, leaving Crash and Aku Aku to follow him.[15]

Back at the Cortex base, Uka Uka derides Cortex for failing to destroy Crash, dismissing his antics as "ridiculous and appalling", and decides to replace him with his niece, Nina Cortex, despite protests from Neo, N. Gin, and Tiny Tiger.[16] Nina's first act as the main antagonist is to have Coco brainwashed and have her aid in the construction of the Doominator.[17] Meanwhile, Crash and Aku Aku come across a giant wood-cutting/mining area, where logging machinery and giant digging robots reign supreme, and all the trees in the would-be jungle are gone. After working their way through the logging areas, Crash and Aku Aku go into a tunnel that heads into a lake of lava surrounded by mountains. On the other side are two giant metallic mosquitoes, which are using drills to suck the minerals from the lava inside the volcanic area. After the two mosquitoes are destroyed, Tiny Tiger, who is behind the mining operations, literally jumps in to express his frustration with Crash for hindering his job and for not inviting him to Crash Tag Team Racing.[9][18] After a quick showdown of sorts, Crash uses a Shellephant to force Tiny to tell them where Coco has been taken. Tiny spills the beans that she is being held at the factory on the beach, and that Nina has taken over the leadership role, to which Aku Aku and Crash display much disbelief. Upon realizing that this is the truth, Aku Aku and Crash head to the beach in a hurry.[19]

Crash and Aku Aku arrive at the beach and begin to approach the factory. Crash, who realizes just how far away the factory is, throws a large temper tantrum, eventually moving on, having accepted that he must save his sister. After a long trek through the beach and its surrounding jungle area, Crash and Aku Aku move through a sewer line, finally arriving outside the factory, which appears to be modelled after N. Gin. Finally infiltrating the factory, Crash confronts N. Gin in the head of the Statue of Liberty-like base. After a quick showdown, Aku Aku demands information from N. Gin, who responds by having a conversation between two of his conflicting beliefs: one part of N. Gin wants Neo Cortex to be freed, while the other is happy with Nina's new way of ruling. Eventually, they reach a compromise in which N. Gin will tell Crash and Aku Aku where the others are, believing they will help Cortex.[20] Aku Aku once more demands information, and N. Gin delivers, stating that the area they seek is in Uka Uka's lab, which is located on the giant tree in the center of Wumpa Islands.[21]

Aku Aku, knowing the island best, warps himself and Crash to the tree, which is more infested with Titans than any other area. Uka Uka senses Aku Aku's presence through the Mojo, and stays in the lab while Nina goes to work on the Doominator.[22] Arriving in the middle of the tree, Aku Aku notices a giant house, with flashing lights coming out of all the windows, and electricity spewing from the bottom. The duo enters the house, where they encounter Uka Uka in the furthest most room. Uka Uka floats towards the top of the room, where he points out the large electric beams flowing towards a familiar device. Uka Uka asks Crash if he remembers the device, noting its name as the Evolvo-Ray, used by Doctor Neo Cortex to create Crash in the first game of the series. Uka Uka then fires the ray upon himself, which causes a body of wood and vines to grow from the back of his mask.[23] Uka Uka faces his defeat soon after, and claims he'll have the last laugh, as Nina Cortex is already about to launch the Doominator robot. Aku Aku disregards this, telling Crash that he senses Coco, and can warp them to the Doominator.[24]

Upon doing this, the duo arrives at the bottom of the Doominator. They enter the base, which is similar to a giant museum-like mansion. At the end of the mansion is an entrance to the giant dome that rests on the Robot's head. The dome is filled with molten metal produced from the processes that run the Doominator. After Crash and Aku Aku pass this area, they finally arrive at the face of the Robot, which resembles Neo Cortex. The two enter the robot, and are confronted by Nina Cortex. Nina finally releases her uncle, commanding him to keep the robot on course with Wumpa Island itself, which the Cortexes plan to destroy. Cortex responds by ordering Crash to "take out this terrible excuse for a niece!"[25] Nina summons her Arachnina robot, and fights Crash.[26] Crash eventually overcomes the robot, and destroys it. Coco is freed, and the Doominator can be disabled. The collapsing Doominator just barely misses the Bandicoot home (and Crunch), sparing much of Wumpa Island. Escaping the collapsed Doominator, Cortex praises Nina for betraying him, and promises to be more evil in the near future, but proclaims that he's still going to spank Nina stupid for all of this. The Bandicoots decide that it is time for celebration, leading Crash to shout his first word and the object of their celebration: pancakes.[27]

The Nintendo DS version of the game largely follows the same story of the home console versions, but with minor tweaks involved, such as Nina Cortex having a more predominant role and the inclusion of Dingodile.[6] The Game Boy Advance version also includes Dingodile, and has some plot differences, such as the Arachnina (reffered to by its old name, "Spiderbot") not being the last boss, and Cortex being reinstated after Nina's defeat in the N. Trapment Island (the penultimate island in the game).

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