"Well, well, well! If it isn't the duo twins! You two don't stand a chance!"
25 years ago, Pitch Blake is a bad-tempered horrible monstrous wild beast that lives in the Krakow Valley, a dangerous valley filled with a horde of angry Russian/Chinese native tribe and captured by a group of zoo offers led by Stewart McAlden gets bitten by Pitch is trapped inside a cage but a man says "You've got the bite!" with his men to cutting with three body parts and both says "Zingaya!" and kills him. Pitch Blake is completely captured has shipped to the Psychoville Zoo.
Stu-Pot was a mentally deficient keyboard enthusiast and star employee at Uncle Norm's Organ Emporium. Satanist hoodlum Murdoc Niccals decided to ram-raid Uncle Norm's Organ Emporium to procure synthesizer equipment in order to establish a "chart topping" musical group. However, Murdoc ended up driving his Vauxhall Astra through the building and directly into Stu-Pot's head, permanently damaging ("fracturing") Stu-Pot's left eye and putting him into a catatonic state. Murdoc was sentenced to "30,000 hours of community service, plus 10 hours every week of caring for the vegetabilized Stu-Pot". Not long after, Murdoc again injured Stu-Pot in a car accident in Nottingham's Tesco parking lot when attempting a 360° in order to impress some women. During the initial rotation, he was thrown through the windshield and landed face first on a curb. This permanently damaged Stu-Pot's right eye, but revived him from his coma. Murdoc then recruited the newly recovered (albeit still mentally defective) Stu-Pot as the keyboardist and vocalist for his group, re-dubbing him 2D for the matching pair of dents in his head from the accidents.
Murdoc then found a drummer for the group in a SoHo rap record store: African-American expatriate Russel Hobbs. Russel was a middle-class New York native and was deeply troubled as a youth. He was expelled from an expensive private school for suffering from demonic possession. The trauma of said possession resulted in a four year coma from which Russel was roused only by an elaborately executed exorcism. After his recovery, Russel began attending Brooklyn High School, where he quickly cultivated friendships with a group of rappers, DJs, and street musicians. He has said that "hip-hop saved [his] soul."
This was a short-lived respite, however, as all of Russel's newfound friends were suddenly gunned-down one night in a drive-by shooting. Russel, the sole survivor, became the unwilling receptacle for the spirits of all of his slain compatriots, most notable of whom was the rhyme dropping blue phantom, Del. With their latent possession of his body, Russel gained incredible musical prowess in percussion, rap, and hip-hop as well as a disturbing side-effect: his eyes glowed an eerie white. With this new and violent turn of events, Russel's family shipped him off to England in hopes of helping him recover from his traumas quietly - not realizing they'd put him directly into the path of Murdoc's aspirations to superstardom, and the excesses that came along with it.
At that point, all the fledgling group needed was a guitarist. Like so many British bands before them, the trio placed an advertisement in NME. The very day the ad ran, a FedEx freight container from Japan was delivered to their doorstep and out jumped a mysterious amnesiac 10-year-old wielding a Gibson Les Paul. The tiny girl made an incomprehensible introduction in Japanese and tore into a "riff to end all riffs" which ended with an impressive karate kick to the air. She then spoke a single word in English to the stunned boys, which became her moniker: "Noodle".
"Ratchet: You're going down to unleash a new super ultimate army of the brain-controlled monsters. That's a dread-thang crazy maniac it's a size of the depths, Pitch!
Pitch Blake was very first time in a dark alley, they stolen visitors picking a gold bolt, a precursor orb and a face coin in the shadows. Bringing darkness and fear to scare the people running away of revenge and sacrifice. The Collector back into his lair is an underground base like a laboratory and a factory. He creates the brain parasites that attacks the animals have being transformed into the monsters and creatures are pure evil. The gigantic army of mind-controlled beasts must to destroy the city and kill the people.
Pitch Blake is the arch-enemy of the duo twins, Jack and Jill Jones. He has a large head, a blue spiky hair with five green-coloured lines, an elf ears on each side, a goblin nose on the center, his red eyes with yellow pupils, his each green five-fingered hands with pink clawed nails, his orange razor-sharp teeth like a shark, his skin is a mix of blue and purple, his each green five-toed feet with pink clawed nails and shaped like socks. Finally, as a mutated human wearing a massive bluish-purple hooded fabric coat, a huge reddish-orange scarf, a large greenish-blue gloves and a giant yellowish-green boots.
The Cold Heart of Hate
Pitch Blake's shadow is seen in the warehouse and talking to his servant, Dr. Wurzel along with Ratchet, Jak and Sly Cooper. Jack and Jill Jones passes outside the window.
Pitch Blake's first stop is the underground nightclub in Mancheseter and home of 2D, the first member of the Fearsome Five. Jack and Jill discovers a huge plane-shaped blimp rises up in the Museum of Science and Industry, 2D summons the mutated swarm of brain-controlled monsters and steals the first cousin, Karen Robinson. In the meantime, Pitch Blake's brain-controlled monstrous creature enforcers kidnaps Karen Robinson after Jack and Jill defeats 2D in a duel. With his prize in hand and realizing he is being tailed by the duo twins and he says "Thanks for lot, but not for long this time!" and laughs, he sets out for his next target.
Kung Fu Ass
Pitch Blake is first seen in the chinatown alley in Liverpool and meets Noodle, the second member of the Fearsome Five. Jack and Jill finds a mysterious door of an underground shop and Noodle steals the second cousin, Caroline Williams. They arrived in a warehouse-like factory, Noodle sends in the Paradox Twins, two blue electric ghosts wearing armor made of blue crystals with glowing yellow eyes: Syndrome Paradox, a young boy wearing a blue crystalline viking horned helmet and Velotex Paradox, a young girl wearing a blue crystalline roman mohawk helmet. After defeating Noodle and the Paradox Twins, Pitch Blake kidnaps Caroline Williams in a giant flying hideout-like machine and he says "Farewell morons!" and raspberry blows, he sets out for his next target.
Wrath of the Graffiti Punk
Pitch Blake is once again to the prison fortress in York and confronts Russel Hobbs, the third member of the Fearsome Five. Jack and Jill enters a secret/hidden path in the prison storage, Russel kills the criminal prisoners and steals the third cousin, Roger Thomson. Meanwhile, Pitch Blake riding the Dragon Bolt kidnaps Roger Thomson back to a massive floating plane/blimp hybrid machine after Russel was defeated and he says "Make him self, but not today!" and signs, he sets out for his next target.
The Charts of Darkness
Pitch Blake shows up in the graveyard town in Sheffield and home of Murdoc Niccals, the fourth member of the Fearsome Five. Jack and Jill arrives in a deadly cemetery with several enormous tombstones and Murdoc steals the fourth and final cousin, Salmon Dinkley. After Murdoc gets defeat, Pitch Blake kidnaps Salmon Dinkley in a large airplane-shaped airship and he says "Okay, easily replaced and well whatever!" and cowboy yells, he sets out for his next target.
Pitch Blake's last stand is the Plastic Beach and home of Dr. Wurzel, the fifth and final member of the Fearsome Five. Jack and Jill saves the four cousins from a gigantic metallic cages in an underwater lair, free all the monstrous creatures from the brain parasitic control and destroys Dr. Wurzel, but Pitch Blake captures Ratchet, Jak and Sly to an underground loading dock of Krack-Karov Fortress. In his lair, Ratchet, Jak and Sly fights Pitch Blake transforms into Anti-Ratchet, Anti-Jak and Anti-Sly, even the duo twins and his cousins that destroys Krack-Karov Fortress crash landed in a British garden store and Pitch finds a giant deadly toxic acid fountain made of metal. Jack, Jill, Karen, Caroline, Roger and Salmon finally arrives in the shop and confronts Pitch lastly transforms into a ferocious beast, Anti-Pitch says "Remember me, Jack and Jill? When I killed your parents. Nobody beats me without pity! They not real six of us and anyone wants to kill you, but wasn't enough! Now die!" and fights back with the duo twins to help the cousins. Anti-Pitch is getting burned by the sun and melts into the body and screams in terror, Jack and Jill watch in horror, Pitch Blake back to normal form and falls into a deadly pool of bubbling green slime, the duo twins are scared and jumped by turned into his skeletal form with a brain parasite at the top of his head and he says his last words "This...ends...now." and melting dies into a bubbling green goo from the ground thanks for the duo twins and his cousins.
Pitch is a mysterious and shadowy figure to his underground lair. However, behind open and close the doors and underneath it all, Pitch is a trouble-maker who can talk to many other creatures to kill them when the monsters gone pure evil or when they simply wear out their unleashed to him.
Powers and Abilities
Pitch Blake has been shown to be an adept manipulator, having been able to persuade 2D, Noodle, Russel, Murdoc and Dr. Wurzel to join him, only to betray them all in the end. He has also been shown to be at least proficiently agile, being able to leap from the mechanical arms of the hovering machine. Additionally, he appears to be a psychopathic serial killer with a machete knife, although his skill level is quite low, not even being able to come close to beating Jack and Jill.
Pitch Blake has each kidnap his young cousins that the duo twins meet them in the some level.
- Karen Robinson, a 12-years-old boy wearing a green hooded jumpsuit with a light green gloves and a light green boots.
- Caroline Williams, a 12-years-old girl wearing an orange sweater with a bright red skirt.
- Roger Thomson, a 12-years-old boy wearing a yellow hoodie with a gold sweater and a gold legpack.
- Salmon Dinkley, a 12-years-old girl wearing a long red fabric coat with a headscarf and a lower belt with six egg-shaped bombs.
Pitch Blake was mind-controlling with own brain and turns into mutated version of against the other character.
- Anti-Ratchet, a mutated version of Ratchet.
- Anti-Jak, a mutated version of Jak.
- Anti-Sly, a mutated version of Sly.
- Anti-Pitch, a mutated version of Pitch.
Brain-Controlled Monster Army
Pitch Blake has several creatures have transformed into various monsters who serves as his henchmen.
- Pyrox, a flaming minotaur.
- Orgum, a poisonous plant creature.
- Scarox, a venomous spider beast.
- Bruizer, a stone monster.
- Aquagon, a dangerous sea creature.
- Frost Beast, a snowy monster.
- Dragon Bolt, an electrical dragon.
Pitch Blake is finally killed by burned spraying the sun and the duo twins throws the acid in his body gets melting by the acid and the sun, thanks for the cousins. He falls into a toxic acid fountain and rise up to last scare to die and turns into a bubbling green goo on the ground.
- PlayStation Ultimate Rush Force
- The Cold Heart of Hate
- Eternal Superstars
- Kung Fu Ass
- Wrath of the Graffiti Punk
- The Charts of Darkness
- Brain Attack
- During the opening scene, Pitch Blake creates the brain parasites that attacks the peaceful creatures into the horrible monsters.
- Pitch has got a voice actor is Roger Craig Smith from the video game, Sonic Colours.
- Pitch's design symbol is PlayStation button icons (Triangle Circle X Square), first being Dr. Wurzel.
- Pitch Blake is the second villain whose henchmen in every level in the game, first being Cyrille Le Paradox.
- After crash landed to the store, Pitch Blake drunk a dangerous potion of radioactive mutagenic substance and transformed into a ferocious mutation in a deadly toxic acid fountain