Crash Bandicoot's AMAZING Cultural Origins! - Gaijin Goombah

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  • Published on:  Thursday, July 6, 2017
  • With the highly anticipated release of Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy, I've been N Sane-ly curious about the possible cultural origins behind Crash. And even though Crash is a series about anthropomorphic marsupials and egg-headed super geniuses who fight alongside living masks, the true culture behind the game was both simplistic, yet amazing!

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  • Jesus Cruz

    Jesus Cruz

     28 days ago

    Yokai mean Japanese folklore as monsters

  • Nathan Case

    Nathan Case

     3 months ago

    As a Hawaiian i will give you an A for effort on your pronunciations.

  • Brazen Bard

    Brazen Bard

     4 months ago

    "Caretaker of Secrets"... So you're saying that etymologically, Kahunas are secretaries?

  • Ge Monlar

    Ge Monlar

     4 months ago

    But why does papu papu have a pyramid on ctr? I think it's a mix between Aztec (u can see the sun discs and aztec designs around him) and Polynesian....but the second has more sense

  • Rhiannon Wonder

    Rhiannon Wonder

     5 months ago +1

    0:27 ayy Sammy Lawrence!!!

  • Sean Shogun

    Sean Shogun

     6 months ago

    Nintendo and sega hehe

  • Sean Shogun

    Sean Shogun

     6 months ago

    Pop con well I got my crash pop with me

  • wayne julian

    wayne julian

     6 months ago

    aku aku/uka uka are myan witchdoctor masks

  • Megumi Bandicoot

    Megumi Bandicoot

     7 months ago +8

    It is I, Aku-Aku! My duty is to protect you. You may summon me by breaking open these crates. Call me thrice and I shall grant you special powers.

  • Zeke Z ZekeKan

    Zeke Z ZekeKan

     8 months ago

    Papu papu is fat.
    I don't know if it's a problem representing Polynesian people as fat just because they have a problem with that actually being fat and reality. We wouldn't want to misrepresent them.

  • Zeke Z ZekeKan

    Zeke Z ZekeKan

     8 months ago

    Did he say that crashes penis splits into two at the end of it? does crash bandicoot have two penises or two heads to be more precise? That's what I took from this video.

  • Derek MacDougall-Lane

    Derek MacDougall-Lane

     8 months ago

    master majoris mask Our tiki mask’s

  • UHidsuhchgigysgdyhdudhdhxh Hddhgdgdixhsfeudvdh

    UHidsuhchgigysgdyhdudhdhxh Hddhgdgdixhsfeudvdh

     9 months ago

    Do you actually have a separate person voice the goomba

  • Sean Shogun

    Sean Shogun

     10 months ago

    Sony is for noobs also I got Sega and Nintendo

  • takanuinuva

    takanuinuva

     a years ago

    A bit late but how culturally accurate is the first Ty the Tasmanian Tiger?

  • B Black

    B Black

     a years ago

    If voodoo and austrailia are par tof the game doesn't that mean it's part of the games cultural origins? Why skip it?

  • The Xplodenator

    The Xplodenator

     a years ago

    Bionicle was heavily inspired by Polynesian culture

  • somaru shinde

    somaru shinde

     a years ago

    So the mask called evil evil is good oke. .

  • James White

    James White

     a years ago

    UKA UKA IS FREE
    NO THIS CANNOT BE

  • powerboyj roblox.

    powerboyj roblox.

     a years ago

    CRASH WEARS HIS PANTS FOR A BETTER REASON THAN OURS