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During the localization process, XSEED encountered a weird bug that caused the games characters to suddenly start sticking to building roofs and exploding.
Contributed by DarkChojin
Nō's frequent use of butterflies in her designs and attacks stems from one of the historical Nōhime's nicknames, Kichō, meaning "returning butterfly". The dreamlike symbolism attributed to butterflies also compliments Nō's elusive nature.
Contributed by Kitsune Hawk
Pokemon Channel
In the European and Australian versions of the game, Jirachi can be downloaded into the Generation III Pokémon games after watching all the episodes of "Pichu Bros. in Party Panic.".
Contributed by RyuHane
Resident Evil 4
The lurching man is an unused creature designed for Resident Evil 4, which was planned to be able to change forms. Unfortunately it never got past the design phase.
Contributed by xXblazmodzXx
Resident Evil 4
The "Electric Man" was a creature designed for Resident Evil 4, although it didn't make it past the design phase.
Contributed by xXblazmodzXx
Resident Evil 4
The "Living Doll" is an unused enemy from the second prototype, (also known as the "Hallucination" build), it appeared in the E3 2003 demo for Resident Evil 4. Which at the time featured Leon being attacked by hallucinations.
Contributed by xXblazmodzXx
Resident Evil 4
During Resident Evil 4's development cycle, the first version was dubbed The "Fog Version". The second version was known as "Castle", and was one of the most complete builds of the Resident Evil 4 Prototypes, the first version was scrapped early on and the third version was more of an experiment.
This version's premise featured Leon infiltrating a European castle belonging to Oswell E. Spencer, and being infected by a new bacteria-sized virus in a quest to eradicate the Progenitor virus. One of the most notable areas shown in this version was a flying airship. The "Castle" build was being developed alongside the Resident Evil remake, it was first unveiled at the Tokyo Game Show's Spring 2002 Expo, with Hiroshi Shibata attached as the Director. The story was written by Flagship writer Noboru Sugimura, and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis writer, Yasuhisa Kawamura.
In November 2002, Resident Evil 4 was announced as one of the "Capcom Five", a Nintendo-exclusivity agreement devised to aid the console manufacturer's failing sales.

The Fog like creature is officially dubbed as the "Black Fog" by the developers.
Leon's left arm was to be infected at some point, and to prevent the infection from spreading Leon would wrap a belt around his arm.
Wesker and the H.C.F. were planned to play a large role in the story as it was a direct sequel to Resident Evil Code: Veronica, with Veronica's writer Noboru Sugimura attached to the project also.
Noboru Sugimura, responsible for the girl and dog scenario, also wrote the draft scenario for Haunting Ground, but that's the only thing in common between the two games as the later was developed by a different production studio.
Contributed by xXblazmodzXx
In the Japanese version of The King of Fighters: Dream Match 1999, King throws a glass of wine at the screen during the intro cutscene.
Along with this, both King and Ralf Jones' entrance poses show them drinking alcohol.
These references to alcohol were censored in other versions.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Spoiler:The Third Child's appearance changes depending on who he's being emotionally influenced by.

- He'll have shrapnel in his head when controlled by Venom Snake.
- His sleeves will be on fire when controlled by The Man On Fire.
- His mask will change to resemble Skull Face's mask when controlled by him.
- He'll be wearing Shabani's necklace when controlled by him.
- He'll have Eli's red cloth on his shoulder when controlled by him.
Contributed by SOGESNAKE
BioShock 2
There is an unused video in the game's files called "gul_sinc_dies.bik" The video is low quality, silent and looping, implying it was originally meant to played on a monitor in-game. The video shows Sinclair bound to a chair, the title implies he dies soon after. Spoiler:In the final game, Sinclair is transformed into an Alpha Series Big Daddy and dies by your hand. The title also uses the prefix "gul". Oddly, the only other videos with the "gul" prefix are the cutscenes used for the end of the game.
Contributed by Boyobmas
Rollercoaster Tycoon
The game was originally planned as a sequel to Transport Tycoon in 1996, but when the sequel was abandoned the code was changed to handle roller coasters, instead of transport vehicles.
Contributed by ReakMayhem
Rollercoaster Tycoon
The game was originally named "White Knuckle" throughout development, even when Hasbro Interactive became involved, but when Hasbro bought Microprose, the opportunity for a "Tycoon" connection was just too good to miss, so the game became "RollerCoaster Tycoon".
Contributed by ReakMayhem
Rollercoaster Tycoon
The UK theme park, Alton Towers, was going to use some of the music from the game in their park, primarily several of the 'theme' pieces from the game for their Swan Boats ride, but the project was ultimately cancelled.
Contributed by ReakMayhem
Pokemon Black & White
According to an interview with Ken Sugimori, Deino and it's evolutions, Zweilous and Hydreigon, were originally desinged to be cyborg tanks, but the idea was scrapped, then revived to look more like the mythical Yamata no Orochi.
Ken stated in the interview, "Deino, Zweilous, Hydreigon. At first, these incorporated an army tank motif, and the marks that look like a conveyor belt on the upper part of Zweilous's legs are the remnants of that. Initially, they didn't work as designs and were basically 'put to sleep', however, a three-stage powerful Dragon-type family was ordered and they were resurrected."
Contributed by Yoshiwaffle
Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire
Ruby & Sapphire feature various unused music tracks from towns in Gold, Silver and Crystal, along with multiple incomplete versions of the contest music.
Contributed by SonicManEXE
It's possible to have a full power Igno in the multiplayer mode by saving the game immediately after getting him and adding him to the team.
Vivisaur incorrectly has its genus listed as "Altispinax", which should correctly be "Becklespinax".
Breath of Fire
Some houses in the game have paintings of Sir Arthur from Ghosts 'n Goblins, another series developed by Capcom.
Contributed by MaronaPossessed
Shovel Knight
The feat called "only you", which requires the player to dig up campfire ashes, is a reference to Smokey the Bear and his catchphrase "only you can prevent wildfires"
Contributed by ghostkiller
Many of the demons in the game are named after characters in Shakespeare's Hamlet.
•Fortinbras was the Prince of Norway.
•Guildenstern was Prince Hamlet's friend and Courtier.
•Osric was a Courtier in King Hamlet's service.
•Reynaldo was Polonius' servant.
•Marcellus was one of the sentries who witnessed King Hamlet's ghost.
Contributed by SamuraiGaiden


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