- Fan Nickname: Thanks to Caddicarus, Rilla Roo is now referred to by a large number of fans as "Gorilla Monkey Anus Face."
- Manual Misprint: The manual for the game seems to imply that, in Polar Push, your charge meter is meant to be a limited resource and that once it runs out, you can't attack anymore. This is fairly different from how it actually works in game — your charge meter depletes a specific amount depending on who you're playing after attacking, yes, but then it slowly recharges afterwards. It's not a finite resource and can never run out.
- No Export for You: Only Japan has released the game onto the Play Station Network, meaning the original PlayStation disc is the only way to play the original Western version. In addition, the Japanese version has a few extra bells and whistles not available in the original, including Fake Crash as an unlockable playable character.
- It's worth noting, however, that Spyro: Year of the Dragon is on the US store. It retains the Crash Bash demo, including the code to unlock nearly everything. This is as close as the game got to reaching the US store.
- The Other Darrin: All characters have different voice overs, besides Crash and Cortex who use Stock Footage from previous games for gameplay grunts. Granted only Aku Aku and Uka Uka are highly noticable due to being the only characters with voice roles in cutscenes.
- Urban Legend of Zelda: There was a claim that circulated around various web sites that stated you could unlock Tawna by inputting a cheat code on the character select screen. This code was completely fake, but for some reason the rumor persisted for quite some time. As it turns out, a similar code does exist in the Japanese version, though to unlock Fake Crash.
Trivia / Crash Bash