Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time

Video Game • 2020 • Adventure  

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This video game contains 24 potentially triggering events.
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Does the dog die?
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Does a pet die?
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Were animals harmed in the making?
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Is there pedophilia?
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Is a minor sexualized?
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paintedrocket
Sorta. Crash and Coco escape cortex, who declares them his enemy. They were the ones who left him though.
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Is there bestiality?
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Is rape mentioned?
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Is an animal sad?
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paintedrocket
Many animals are sad throughout the game. Crash seems especially hurt when Cortex calls Crash his "greatest mistake"
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Are rabbits harmed?
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Abuse
Is someone stalked?
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Is there domestic violence?
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paintedrocket
Thre are playable female characters and female enemies that can be attacked just like the male characters/enemies. However they aren't graphic, nor are the female characters specifically brutalized for spectacle or shock value
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paintedrocket
In the flashback tapes, Cortex tries to convince Coco that Crash abandoned her.
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Is a child abused?
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paintedrocket
Some of N. Gin's minions are small and childlike. Also Crash and Coco themselves, depending on whether or not you see them as kids.
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Addiction
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Is there addiction?
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paintedrocket
[SPOILER ALERT] In the 100% ending, Nitros Oxide is said to have developed a caffeine addiction that he needed to be admitted into rehab for. This is played for laughs.
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Does someone abuse alcohol?
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Animal
Does a horse die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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paintedrocket
Many enemies are cartoons versions real-world animals



[SPOILER WARNING]

Crash and Coco are also said to have died in an alternate timeline
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Are animals abused?
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paintedrocket
The aforementioned enemies notwithstanding, Cortex essentially experiments on animals against their will. The bosses also attack and intend to kill Crash and Coco. One also talks about pulling the legs off of a spider, though it's not shown in the game.
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paintedrocket
There are skins for Crash and Coco that show them as skeletons. Ymmv though, as they're not really dead and, like most of the other skins, is purely a cosmetic change.
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Does a cat die?
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Does a dragon die?
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Iscopeeee
There are eastern dragon enemies in the levels Potion Commotion, Draggin' On and Off-Balance. While they are invincible to normal attacks, they can be killed with the use of an Aku Aku mask.
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Are there spiders?
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Iscopeeee
There are spider enemies in the first level, Rude Awakening. Spiders are also mentioned by N. Tropy (F) in the N. Tropys' boss fight.
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Are there bugs?
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Assault
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GingerThree
There is a scene where Crash and Coco are captured and tied up
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paintedrocket
Cortex nearly threatens to shove N. Tropy's tuning fork up his butt (He's interrupted by Coco before he can finish), but no character is ever actually sexually assaulted
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Bodily Harm
Is there shaving/cutting?
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paintedrocket
If your character falls in water, the death animation shows them floating facedown on the surface of the water. There is a scene where Lani-Loli hyperventilates when he sees a quantum rift and it'splayed for laughs, but it's over quickly. Tawna is also held up by her neck at one point, but she doesn't appear to be choking or struggling to breathe.
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Is there cannibalism?
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paintedrocket
Some of the obstacles have fire that burns the characters, but it's in a cartoony fashion. One level involves a dinosaur falling into lava.
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Is someone buried alive?
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Is there amputation?
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paintedrocket
Some of the death animations involve a character getting crushed, but it's very cartoony and not graphic
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Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
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Is there a hanging?
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paintedrocket
A few of the death animations involve your character's back getting broken. There are also costumes for Crash and Coco that put them in casts.
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paintedrocket
Not exactly, but being hit by electric attacks will make your character convulse. There is also a scene where cortex shoots two lab assistants with a ray gun and they seize up and fall, but neither of them have an actual seizure.
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Is there genital trauma/mutilation?
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Iscopeeee
Nothing extreme, but Crash does hurt his foot at one point by dropping Akano on it. The death animation for mallet-wielding Jungle Spirit enemies in the level N. Sanity Peak also involves the Jungle Spirit hitting the player character's foot with their hammer, making them hop on the spot in pain.
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Is someone tortured?
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paintedrocket
[SPOILER ALERT] In an alternate timeline, Tawna was forced to watch N. Tropy kill Crash and Coco, and it clearly had an effect on her mental state.
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paintedrocket
It is possible for you to die by falling into gaps or holes. The impact is not shown. N. Brio's boss fight requires you to knock him off a platform to make him fall, but he survives.
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paintedrocket
Some of the costumes for Crash and Coco give them eyepatches, but their eyes are not shown getting injured.
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Is there excessive gore?
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Children
Does a kid die?
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paintedrocket
Some of N. Gin's minions appear to be very small and childlike. Also, [SPOILER ALERT] Crash and Coco are said to have died in another timeline (YMMV on whether or not they're kids)
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Disability
Is the r-slur used?
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Drugs/Alcohol
Does someone overdose?
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Family
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Iscopeeee
[SPOILER] - Kupuna-Wa is briefly kidnapped by Cortex so he can use her time-traveling powers.
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Does a parent die?
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paintedrocket
The T. Rex that chases Crash is a parent (If the eggs surrounding it are anything to go off of), and it dies by falling into lava at the end of the level.
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Does someone cheat?
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paintedrocket
Not in terms of a romantic relationship, but one of the characters get backstabbed by another, and the villains don't tend to play fair themselves. [SPOILER ALERT] The 100% ending also mentions that Oxide is going through a "messy divorce", but it's most likely not due to cheating
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paintedrocket
There are a few toys scattered around a couple of levels, but they're never destroyed.
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Fear
Are there jumpscares?
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paintedrocket
Using one of the quantum masks or getting the aku aku mask causes them to cling to or hover around the character, but there is no actual possession.
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Are there ghosts?
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paintedrocket
Appear in Give It A Spin, Potion Commotion, Off Balance and Off Beat
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Are there clowns?
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paintedrocket
In the level "Off Beat", there are clowns as obstacles to avoid.
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Is there a shower scene?
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Gross
Does someone wet/soil themselves?
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Does someone vomit?
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paintedrocket
[SPOILER ALERT] In the 100% ending, you can see someone who appears to be throwing up after eating Dingodile's food. Some of the characters also make gagging noises when the two N. Tropys flirt with one another.
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Does someone spit?
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paintedrocket
[SPOILER ALERT] In the 100% ending, you can see someone who appears to be spitting out Dingodile's food. Some of the enemies also spit or drool.
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Is there audio gore?
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paintedrocket
Some death animations include the sound of breaking bones.
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Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
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groovy_beans
No cops appear.
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Medical
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paintedrocket
There are electric attacks that make your character scream in pain and convulse, but it is not used in the context of electro-therapy. Cortex also electrocutes two lab assistants who seize up and fall.
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Are needles/syringes used?
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Is there a mental institution scene?
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Is there a hospital scene?
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Does someone have cancer?
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Mental Health
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paintedrocket
Tawna shows some signs of it but it's never confirmed
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Does someone self harm?
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Is a mentally ill person violent?
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CaptainDemozan
The mask Ika-Ika is shown to have two sides to him (One being cheerful, and one being cynical), but it's not stated if it's like D.I.D.
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Iscopeeee
There is a moment like this at the beginning of the level A Hole in Space, but this is very brief and nothing bad happens as a result.
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Is there body dysmorphia?
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paintedrocket
There is a running joke about Lani-Loli being very high-strung and prone to bouts of panic. He doesn't show any symptoms of an anxiety attack (Aside from a brief scene where he hyperventilates), but his stress is often played for laughs, so be warned if that's something that makes you uncomfortable.
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paintedrocket
The level "Stowaways" has sections where you crawl through a vent. The characters don't seem to be bothered by this and the camera never zooms in too far in these segments, but it may cause some discomfort if you're claustrophobic.
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Does someone have an eating disorder?
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Is there autism specific abuse?
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Noxious
Does a baby cry?
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Iscopeeee
The strongest word they use is "bastards", so no, not really.
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paintedrocket
Many background elements, especially in the space station levels, have flashing lights and images. Some of the N. Verted levels also include flashing effects. As with any game, you should consult a doctor before playing if you have epilepsy or similar conditions.
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Paranoia
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Iscopeeee
The game's credits contain a long monologue from a narrator, who occasionally breaks character to speak directly to the player.
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Pregnancy
Is there childbirth?
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paintedrocket
N. Brio lays an egg in his mutant form, but the birthing process itself is off-screen
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Are there abortions?
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Does someone miscarry?
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Does a pregnant person die?
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Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
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paintedrocket
Debatably. One of Dingodile's death animations shows him being too big to fit in a garbage can, and in his standard death animations it seems like he's too heavy to fly away like the other characters. However, nobody in the game makes fun of his weight.
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paintedrocket
Debatably. Cortex refers to which ever bandicoot you're using as "it" during his first boss fight, but this is likely because you can play as either of them and is meant to be more dehumanizing rather than misgendering
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paintedrocket
Nearly every character is either a cartoon animal, an alien, a wooden mask, or has a weird unnatural skin color aside from N. Gin and the lab assistants, who all appear to be Caucasian. As such, no black people die solely bc the game doesn't have any black people.
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Are there homophobic slurs?
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Are there "Man in a dress" jokes?
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Is there hate speech?
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Does an LGBT person die?
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paintedrocket
Lani-Loli describes N. Gin as a "putz" and Cortex refers to Crash as his "greatest mistake". However, language or actions mocking specific disabilities are not used.
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Are there n-words?
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Relationships
Is there a large age gap?
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Sex
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paintedrocket
There are several adult jokes in the game, but nothing explicit.
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Is someone sexually objectified?
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Are there nude scenes?
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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paintedrocket
N. Tropy and his alternate timeline counterpart flirt with one another, but they're not really related, just the same person from a different timeline.
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Sexism
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Sickness
Does someone have a stroke?
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Does someone have a chronic illness?
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Social
Is someone homeless?
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Spoiler
Is Santa (et al) spoiled?
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Does it have a sad ending?
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
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paintedrocket
It is possible to be hit by a car in the Neon City levels
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Does a plane crash?
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paintedrocket
A space ship crash lands on a planet
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paintedrocket
You can get hit by a car in some of the neon city levels
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Violence
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paintedrocket
Not nuclear, but many obstacles do explode and can kill or injure the player. No blood or gore is shown in any of the death animations.
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Is there blood/gore?
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Does someone drown?
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paintedrocket
If your character falls in water, the death animation shows them floating facedown on the surface of the water.
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paintedrocket
Several enemies shoot lazers or projectiles, and Cortex and Dingodile use items that fire projectiles (Cortex has a sci-fi gun, Dingodile has a vacuum-like device.) They do not shoot bullets, and no blood or gore is shown if you or an enemy gets hit.
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