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  • C.Syde65
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    Necro-posting.
    04:12, July 28, 2017

    It is uncertain who Dingodile's creator is, as it has been stated to be both Doctor Neo Cortex and Doctor Nitrus Brio on separate occasions.

    Personally I believe that Dingodile started off as an unfinished creation of N. Brio's but Cortex came along and finished the mutant off, making Dingodile his own creation. The fact that Dingodile may originally have been N. Brio's unfinished creation could explain why Dingodile does not always remain loyal to Cortex. But then N. Brio takes sole credit for creating Tiny Tiger who has always remained loyal to Cortex as far as I'm concerned.

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    • Actually I've thought of another possible theory. Doctor Neo Cortex, and Doctor Nitrus Brio were working on two separate mutants. Then Cortex stole Brio's creation, took all the credit and morphed it with his own. And thus Dingodile was made. Brio was responsible for 50% of Dingodile's creation, explaining why Dingodile may betray Cortex from time to time.

      Again this is just a possibility that I've written, so you don't have to agree that it's true.

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    • I believe that Cortex tried to take credit forALL of Brio's creations!!

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    • Possibly?

      But I've always wondered if Dingodile was an exception, especially since I've never seen any significant proof that Brio really did create Dingodile.

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    • Maybe Brio was working on Dingodile to try to destroy Cortex again, but before he was finished, Cortex stole him and finished him off and brainwashed him successfully.

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    • Scheepybird wrote:
      Maybe Brio was working on Dingodile to try to destroy Cortex again, but before he was finished, Cortex stole him and finished him off and brainwashed him successfully.

      Sounds accurate.

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    • UkaAkuBros. wrote:
      I believe that Cortex tried to take credit forALL of Brio's creations!!

      Nah, in CTTR, Cortex says "You're the worst creation i've ever made" or something. i don't remember,

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    • Crash Kandicoot wrote:
      UkaAkuBros. wrote:
      I believe that Cortex tried to take credit forALL of Brio's creations!!
      Nah, in CTTR, Cortex says "You're the worst creation i've ever made" or something. i don't remember,

      Dingodile didn't appear at all in CTTR.

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    • I know but Cortex said that he made shoes out of Dingodile in CTTR. Which we all know is false, since Dingodile appeared in the Nintendo DS and Gameboy Advance versions of Crash of the Titans.

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    • C.Syde65 wrote:
      I know but Cortex said that he made shoes out of Dingodile in CTTR. Which we all know is false, since Dingodile appeared in the Nintendo DS and Gameboy Advance versions of Crash of the Titans.

      COTT for the GBA and DS isn't canon.

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    • Scheepybird wrote: COTT for the GBA and DS isn't canon.

      It kind of is actually. Basically anything that is officially part of the Crash Bandicoot franchise that is released is considered canon.

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    • C.Syde65 wrote:

      Scheepybird wrote: COTT for the GBA and DS isn't canon.

      It kind of is actually. Basically anything that is officially part of the Crash Bandicoot franchise that is released is considered canon.

      Well, all three versions have a different story, so we must choose at least one. I think console version is canon because of the events of MOM. Besides, the spin-offs are not considered canon.

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    • I consider all of them to be canon. I don't care if people choose to stick to only one.

      I don't really care much for the Titans era anyway, because I feel that Radical Entertainment destroyed the Crash series.

      The only Crash games I like are the PS1 Crash games, and CNK.

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    • C.Syde65 wrote:

      I don't really care much for the Titans era anyway, because I feel that Radical Entertainment destroyed the Crash series.

      Almost everyone thinks that.

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    • Scheepybird wrote:

      C.Syde65 wrote:

      I don't really care much for the Titans era anyway, because I feel that Radical Entertainment destroyed the Crash series.

      Almost everyone thinks that.

      I don't, i like every crash game. They are all unique. If it was all the same, it would get boring quick, am i the only who thinks so?

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    • I doubt you're the only one, but there are loads of Crash fans out there (myself included) who unfortunately dislike the newer games.

      CNK is the only PS2 Crash game that really appeals to me.

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    • I personally like all the Crash games except for Crash Boom Bang and Mind Over Mutants.

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    • Crash of The Titans is a good game, but Mind Over Mutants is bad in my opinion.

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    • Scheepybird wrote: Maybe Brio was working on Dingodile to try to destroy Cortex again, but before he was finished, Cortex stole him and finished him off and brainwashed him successfully.

      In my opinion this theory is the most likely one, but I don't think that Cortex brainwashed him because the Cortex Vortex was already destroyed by the time of Warped. Even if Dingodile was made before Warped it would also be impossible for him to be hypnotized because in Crash 1 the Cortex Vortex was not fully functional, and in Crash 2 it was only in the form of a space station, and it was destroyed before Cortex could collect all the crystals to power it.

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    • And it would make more sense if Dingodile was never brainwashed, this would explain why Dingodile is not very loyal to Cortex after Warped.

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    • Please refrain from bumping threads that have been inactive in over a month. This thread is now closed.

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