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** Cortex Castle features a stained glass window of Cortex dressed as Coco like in the beginning of ''VideoGame/CrashTwinsanity'', as well as baby Cortex from the end of ''Warped''. In addition, the tapestries in the castle depict Cortex, N. Brio and [[VideoGame/CrashTwinsanity Nina]].

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** Cortex Castle features a stained glass window of Cortex dressed as Coco like in the beginning of ''VideoGame/CrashTwinsanity'', as well as baby Cortex from the end of ''Warped''. In addition, the tapestries in the castle depict Cortex, N. Brio Brio, Fake Crash and [[VideoGame/CrashTwinsanity Nina]].

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* SensualSpandex: Despite the [[{{Bowdlerise}} bowdlerisation]] mentioned above, the Nitro Squad still comes with skin-tight motorsport outfit skins, and Isabella's track suit is tighter than it used to be.

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* HailfirePeaks: The surface of the planet Barin has both fiery and icy elements combined, as well as industrial technology fused with ancient ruins.

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* ShownTheirWork: The game contains a gigantic amount of references to past games in the series, some of which are so obscure that even long-time fans wouldn't pick up on them. For example, the Six-Pipes kart was brought in from the PSP version of ''Tag Team Racing'', with many mistaking it for the Hot Rods driven by the Lab Assistants in the ''Warped'' motorcycle levels. Even more obscure is the Rocket kart, added during the Nitro Tour Grand Prix, which comes from the [=iPhone=] game ''Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 2''.


* ColorCodedCharacters: Just like with the original game, each character from the original ''[=CTR=]'' has their own distinct kart color, but now those colors are called "legacy kart" colors to set them apart from the many kart customization options.

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* ColorCodedCharacters: Just like with the original game, each character from the original ''[=CTR=]'' has their own distinct kart color, but now those colors are called "legacy kart" colors to set them apart from the many kart customization options.


* ColorCodedCharacters: Just like with the original game, each character has their own distinct kart color, but now those colors are called "legacy kart" colors to set them apart from the many kart customization options.

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* ColorCodedCharacters: Just like with the original game, each character from the original ''[=CTR=]'' has their own distinct kart color, but now those colors are called "legacy kart" colors to set them apart from the many kart customization options.options.
** Oxide also gets a color of his own in the Nitros Oxide edition.

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** Pinstripe [[{{Slimeball}} of all people]] shows this when defeated in Adventure mode; at first, he makes a show of being a tough guy who hates losing before handing the key over, showing that he does have a sporting side and [[KnowWhenToFoldEm knows when he's beat]].
** [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]] with Geary; when in his serious mode, he screams in rage before switching to his cleaning mode and applauding the winner.


* {{Bowdlerise}}: Oxide no longer uses the word "slaves" during the intro, and he instead uses the word "minions".

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Oxide no longer uses the word "slaves" during the intro, and he instead uses the word "minions"."minions".
** The Trophy Girls have been redesigned to be less sexually provocative, with Ami and Liz having their skirts lengthened and pants put on beneath them, and the group as a whole no longer have large {{gainaxing}} breasts.
** A patch changed the names of certain character skins that might have been interpreted as having racial implications, like "Watermelon Tawna" becoming "Summertime Tawna" due to the skin giving her a watermelon colored shirt and slightly darker fur. This was also generally done to skins with names that line up with actual racial descriptions, such as "White Tawna" becoming "White Tiger Tawna", "White N. Tropy" becoming "Quartz N. Tropy" and "Black Zem" becoming "Solar Flare Zem".


** The various Cups in Arcade mode have become this. Their original purpose was to be able to open up more Battle Tracks to have fun in, but since they're open from the beginning there's no point to them. Players do not even get to have stars next to the Cup titles to indicate if they beat it on a certain difficulty. They saw some use during the Grand Prix but outside of that they're not as useful as they once were.


** One of N. Tropy's {{Idle Animation}}s has him cross his arms the exact same way he does in the intro for the ''N. Sane Trilogy'' version of ''Warped''.

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** One of N. Tropy's {{Idle Animation}}s has him cross his arms and grin the exact same way he does in the intro for the ''N. Sane Trilogy'' version of ''Warped''.

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** One of N. Tropy's {{Idle Animation}}s has him cross his arms the exact same way he does in the intro for the ''N. Sane Trilogy'' version of ''Warped''.

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** As of the Nitro Tour Grand Prix, there's now the aptly-named Champion kart, which can only be obtained by reaching the top 5% on the leaderboards. You may now cry tears of bitter rage here.


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** [[SharkMan Nash]] fires the laser cannon mounted on his helmet for his win animation. [[Franchise/AustinPowers Dr Evil would undoubtedly approve.]]

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** [[SharkMan Nash]] fires the laser cannon mounted on his helmet for his win animation. [[Franchise/AustinPowers [[Film/AustinPowers Dr Evil would undoubtedly approve.]]

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** [[SharkMan Nash]] fires the laser cannon mounted on his helmet for his win animation. [[Franchise/AustinPowers Dr Evil would undoubtedly approve.]]

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