The home console and Game Boy Advance versions were released in North America on November 11, 2003, in Europe on November 28, 2003, in Australia on December 4, 2003; and in Japan on July 8, 2004 for the Playstation 2 and Nintendo Gamecube and August 26, 2004 for the Game Boy Advance version. It is an indirect sequel to Crash Team Racing and the first game in the series to have full motion video. The game's story centers on the abduction of Crash Bandicoot, along with other characters in the series, by the ruthless dictator Emperor Velo XXVII. Crash Nitro Kart is a racing game in which the player controls characters from the Crash Bandicoot universe, most of whom race in karts. To execute a power slide, the player holds down one of the shoulder buttons to perform a hop and steer before the kart lands. The "Adventure Mode" is a single-player game in which the player must race through all of the tracks and arenas in the game and collect as many Trophies, Relics, Boss Keys, CNK Tokens and Gems as possible. The objective of the Adventure Mode is to win all the races of the five different worlds and win the freedom of the playable characters from the tyrannical Emperor Velo XXVII. If the player collects four tokens of the same color, the player will be able to access the Gem Cup of the corresponding color.
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