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Sonic the Hedgehog 2
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There is additional post-credits scene in the 2013 re-release for collecting all the emeralds that was missing in the original release. The scene shows the Death Egg crashing into Angel/Floating Island and cuts to Robotnik angrily jumping on the "END" text, akin to Sonic the Hedgehog. Surrounding him are a number of bushes, through one of which Knuckles' eyes can be seen spying on Robotnik, as a foreshadowing towards Sonic the Hedgehog 3
Contributed by snesiscool
GBC games released close to and after the release of the Game Boy Advance offered special GBA features, usually a different color palette designed for the GBA's screen. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages included a special shop that can only be accessed when the game is played on a GBA.
Sonic CD
Contributed by SonicNicholas1995
In the 2011 re-release, there was originally going to be an extra boss that would only have been accessible after the player had collected all of the Time Stones, but it was ultimately scrapped.
Pokemon Gold & Silver
Because of a glitch in the game, Moon Balls don't work as they were planned to. Moon Balls were supposed to increase the catch rate (x4) when trying to catch a Pokémon that evolves using a Moon Stone. Instead, they were programmed to increase the catch rate when you try to catch a Pokémon that uses a Burn Heal (an item not related to evolution at all) to evolve.
The Transformers
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Despite the game having English captions and an English voice cast, it was never released outside of Japan.
StarTropics
Contributed by Takahashi2212
The NES version of the game came with a letter inside the manual from the in-game character Dr. Jones. In the game, Dr. Jones tells you to use the letter, however many players assumed he was referring to an item in-game, leading to mass confusion. This lead to Nintendo Power publishing the code on the paper (747) in their "Counselor's Corner" section. In the credits, where scenes of the game are shown, the wet letter is among them.
In the Virtual Console release, a digital version of the letter was included in the Operations Guide.
Injustice: Gods Among Us
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In the Fortress Of Solitude stage, there's an easter egg in which Doomsday (in the background) will have a costume on from the "Death Of Superman" comic, which cannot be used in game. In order to activate this easter egg, both players need to play as Doomsday. One player needs to choose his regime costume, and the other needs to choose his regular costume. The costume was added to the game later as DLC.
Grand Theft Auto V
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In the Yellow Jack Inn near Sandy Shores, there are some dollar bills behind the counter. The face on the dollar bills is Rochell'le, the girl on the cover on of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Console: Genesis
Contributed by NintendoMaster1985
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In 1994, Sega launched Sega Channel, a service where users could download 20 Sega Genesis games every month through their cable company's "On Demand" service. Sega Channel lasted until 1998, the end of the 16-Bit generation, preceding the Xbox Live Arcade by over 10 years.
Sonic Adventure
Contributed by ChiliDogs
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An unused Clock item icon can be found in the game's files. It's possible that it may have functioned the same way as "Chaos Control", or was a way of adding time to E-102 Gamma's levels, as they were all on a strict time limit.
Dark Souls
Contributed by G-Haven
Using the Wrath of God and Force miracles, it is possible to deflect projectile spells and arrows if timed correctly. This can also be applied to deflect the bombs thrown by the Giant near the top of Sen's Fortress.
Dark Souls
Contributed by G-Haven
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The Possessed Trees in Darkroot Garden have an unused attack animation, using their vines to swipe down at players. The idea of the trees attacking was likely left out because the developers wanted to trick players into thinking a path was blocked by a real tree and having to figure out to cut it down themselves, instead of attacking an enemy that is actively attacking them in order to unblock a path.
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
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The game was originally created with the name "Distrust", and was originally designed to be far darker and sinister than that of the final release.
Viewtiful Joe
Contributed by Takahashi2212
The game's final level, "Joe & Silvia", appears to be a reference to the Star Wars film series. The enemy "Die Fighters", an obvious reference to the TIE Fighters from Star Wars, make their one and only appearance in this stage. The level takes place on a moon sized space station, not unlike the Death Star, and the level ends with Captain Blue Spoiler:revealing to Silvia that he is her father, with her denying and saying her father is dead, with Blue then telling her that deep down she knows it to be true. This mirrors the scene in the Empire Strikes Back, in which Darth Vader reveals he is Luke's father, and the same conclusion occurring.
Fur Fighters
Contributed by RadSpyro
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Not touching any buttons for around 5 minutes will start a "screensaver" playing, which include some of the game's babies and the game's logo flying across the screen.
Age of Empires II
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An unused Trade Workshop building can be found in the game's data. It was originally planned to function as a building where to player could assing villagers to produce "Luxury Good", which could be sold for gold. Though scrapped, remnants of their existence can still be found in the game's scenario editor, with its icon resembling the Market economic building. The building can also be seen in several scenarios, too.
Bayonetta
Contributed by holdyourorgasms_94
Sapientia's legs have angelic fonts written on them that, when translated, read "SEGA Mark lll" which is the original Japanese version of the Sega Master System. Upon further inspection, the writing on Sapientia's head translates to "SG-1000000", which is a theoretical follow-up to the SG-1000 (Sega Game 1000) made up by Hideki Kamiya, the game's director.
Five Nights at Freddy's
Setting the levels of the AI to 1/9/8/7 in a custom night will cause Golden Freddy to appear automatically in your office.
Sonic Colors
An unused Eggman voice clip found in the Wii version implies that the Wisps' Hyper-go-on energy is more powerful than Chaos energy. But this may not be the case, as Super Sonic is able to beat Nega-Mother Wisp in the DS version.
Jet Set Radio
Contributed by MAlpha17
The song "Let Mom Sleep" contains a sample from an old British sitcom called Hancock's Half-Hour.

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