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|“||My money's on me kickin' your bitch-ass all night long.||„|
|“||You know there's only one code out here that matters: ride or get rolled on!||„|
|~ Crow to Hero|
Crow is the main antagonist in the videogame Def Jam Fight for NY and the secondary antagonist of Def Jam Fight For NY: The Takeover. He is a mobster and club owner whose goal was to take over all of his rival D-Mob's New York territory for himself and he believes fear and not respect is power.
He was voiced by Snoop Dogg.
Def Jam Fight For NY
D-Mob's number one guy, the main protagonist, fought through Crow's places to regain lost ground, Crow went for dirty tactics by kidnapping The Protagonist's girlfriend leading him to a fight with D-Mob's former enforcer Sticky Fingaz in a burning building that was a factory property of the local wheel tire business Red Hook Tire Co., to save to her. However, he was too late in saving her as she died due to smoke axphyciation.
He would than take the fight to Crow D-Mob's crew fighting Crow's crew leading to a last stand in Crow's office at his venue called Club Murder on the top floor were Crow would stab a distracted Hero leading to a scuffle leading to the hero throwing Crow out of the window to his death.
Def Jam Fight For NY: The Takeover
Crow plays a slightly substantial role in this game. Around this time, he was the leader of the Manhattan crew (or The Bronx crew if you chose the Manhattan Crew) and worked under D-Mob. He was given orders by him to kill O.G.. The player eventually confronts and defeats him at Da Office. Since this is a prequel story, it is safe to assume that Crow survived the encounter.
- Snoop Dogg would have been included in the Def Jam Vendetta soundtrack on WC's "The Streets", but his verse was taken out in the game.
- Crow is one of two characters in the Def Jam Game series to kill a character with a firearm. The other is Wheatly.
- In the cancelled game Fear & Respect, starring Snoop Dogg as Goldie, Goldie can use either fear or respect to effect how rivals gangs treats him. This would have marked the second time Snoop Dogg's character uses fear as power in a game that involves a battle between respect and fear.
- Crow's fighting style is very unique in the fact that he is able to K.O. opponents with any of his hard attacks and is capable of performing Submissions grapples despite only having Martial Arts as his fighting style.