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Fake Coco is a character from the Crash Bandicoot series. As her name suggests, she is a doppelganger and arch-rival of Coco Bandicoot.

Appearances[]

Games[]

Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time[]

Fake Coco was introduced in order to fill the player 4 slot in the game's multiplayer mode (with the other characters being Crash, Coco and Fake Crash in that order). She is identical to the others in playstyle and her animations are based on Coco's. She also appears as an unlockable skin for Coco in the main adventure mode.

Crash Bandicoot: On the Run![]

Fake Coco was added to On the Run! as a boss for Crash or Coco to defeat in the Season 2 update. Her attacks are mostly the same as Fake Crash's, throwing Boom Berries at the player character, firing rayguns at them and throwing serums to make toxic puddles on the ground. She can also sometimes deflect Boom Berries thrown by the player by spinning. Like all bosses, she is defeated by chasing her and throwing Boom Berries at her to reduce her health bar to zero, then using the Portal Weapons crafted beforehand to send her back to her own dimension.

Characteristics[]

Appearance[]

Due to being a doppleganger of Coco, Fake Coco's appearance traits are much reminiscent of Coco such as the overalls, blonde hair tied in a ponytail, green eyes etc., but unlike her, Fake Coco has blonde hair with dark roots (only in It's About Time), thick eyebrows and upper protruding teeth.

In Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, she wears a white shirt with black sleeves, goggles, earrings, overalls with a black heart on the right knee, black bracelet, black belt and black shoes.

In Crash Bandicoot: On the Run!, she wears a white shirt with pink sleeves, green overalls and pink shoes.

Personality[]

Fake Coco is a deranged and hyperactive version of Coco, and is more goofy and light-hearted than her genuine counterpart, but lacks her intelligence. In On the Run! she shows an interest in making music, hitting her platform with giant drumsticks and her boss theme containing her singing.

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Creation and early development[]

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Trivia[]

  • While Fake Crash originated from official Japanese Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back marketing, Fake Coco is an original creation made for It's About Time.
  • Despite not being an actual character until It's About Time, a character called Fake Coco is mentioned in the Japanese credits of Twinsanity as being voiced by Ema Kogure, who also voiced Coco Bandicoot, referring to the cut character of "Evil Coco." Multiple other cut characters' voices are also credited.[2]

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References[]

  1. Voicing the Multiverse. Activision Blizzard. Archived from the original on July 14, 2021 "Who did you voice in Crash Bandicoot: On the Run!?" "I had an opportunity to become the voice of Fake Coco."
  2. https://youtu.be/qulLnVnxBYU?t=358
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