Crash Nitro Kart 

Crash Nitro Kart is a game developed by Vicarious Visions and published by Universal Interactive. It is the subsequent racing game in the Crash Bandicoot series, led by the gameplay of Crash Team Racing. It was released on the PlayStation 2, GameCube, and Xbox in 2003, alongside with Game Boy Advance version. The Game Boy Advance version acquired an N-Gage port in 2004 and around the same time a separate mobile version was released. 

Being a successor to Crash Team Racing, Crash Nitro Kart holds the ideas and mechanics initially found in the previous game, such as the Power Sliding mechanic and the platform-oriented design of the racetracks, alongside the addition of anti-gravity, which lets players approach certain maglev surfaces of any point. Following its predecessor, the game also introduces team-based game modes which pit players along with a teammate against a few different groups; the Adventure Mode is seen in CTR additionally gets extended to include a more character-driven story relying upon the group of characters the player has picked.


Crash Nitro Kart highlights around 27 characters, 16 of which are playable. The sixteen characters are divided into four groups of four with each group driving karts of a contrasting shading. Crash Bandicoot is open as a playable character if the player performs 50 speed boosts on any track in Adventure Mode as an individual from Team Bandicoots.

The primary antagonist is the ruling, harassing, and derisive leader of his universe, Emperor Velo XXVII. The game’s story focuses on the seize of Crash Bandicoot, alongside different characters in the series, by the main antagonist tyrant Emperor Velo XXVII.

Taking steps to obliterate the Earth if they reject, he compels them to race in his colossal amphitheater for the amusement of his subjects.

Velo is the last manager character of the game and races close by two advisors who set down hostile measures to back the player off. Aku and Uka fill in as aides all through the game, giving tips and clues in regards to driving abilities and information on objects in the center world. Four bosses comprise Krunk, a lumbering animal who feels that Earth is a duplicate of his home planet, Terra.


Universal Interactive Studios 
size2.4 GB
Release dateNA: November 11, 2003EU: November 28, 2003AU: December 3, 2003
Crash Nitro Kart


How many tracks are in Crash Nitro Kart?

There are 44 racing tracks including 18 CTR, 14 CNK, and 12 Arenas.

Is Crash Nitro Kart nitro-fueled?

Nitro-Fueled additionally adds a considerable measure of content from Crash Nitro Kart, including the entirety of its characters, race tracks, fight fields, karts, and fight modes.

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