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Bayonetta
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Bayonetta has a few references to Viewtiful Joe. These include a grave of "Red Hot" Joe, referring to Viewtiful Joe himself, a sign for Movie Land, the setting of the Viewtiful Joe series, and when riding an angel in lava Bayonetta shouts "Dancing a go-go, baby!" which is a reference to Joe's catchphrase "Henshin a go-go, baby!"
Contributed by Mass Distraction
Harvester
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In 2010 Kurt Kistler, the actor who played Steve, was arrested for possession of child pornography. Oddly enough in his mugshot, taken following the arrest, he wore a flannel shirt that is strikingly similar to the one he wore during that role.
Contributed by Smirkytrick
The Japanese version of the game is titled "Great Tank", while the US version of the game is "Iron Tank".
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
During mission 29, Spoiler:if the player shoots down the chopper that arrives after defeating the skulls, instead of the usual "Game Over" text it will change to "Time Paradox".
The same thing can happen on the first mission in the game, Spoiler:if it takes than 3 days to rescue Kaz the cut-scene will be different, and the text will again change to "Time Paradox".
Injustice: Gods Among Us
When Cyborg wins a round, he will shout "BOOYAH!", his catchphrase from the Teen Titans animated series.
Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge
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In the arcade version of the game, Pyron has an unused alternate dash animation.
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ClayFighter 63⅓
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The game contains an unused blue and green color palette for Kung Pow.
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Equinox
While Equinox is named Solstice 2 in The Japanese release of the game, the game's instruction manual does not state that the events of the game happen during a solstice or equinox; the instruction manual simply states that years have passed since the events of Solstice: The Quest for the Staff of Demnos.
The reason for the naming difference is unclear, although solstices and equinoxes refer to the distant between Earth and Sun, day and night, and the four seasons of each year.
Contributed by Kakariko Kid
The game contains an unused gaddget called "Toad Force V".
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Final Fantasy V
The game contains two unused and unfinished commands, most likely used for debug purposes.
"!Dummy01" allows the user to target themselves, but then does nothing.
"!Dummy02" enchants weapons in the same way as the "magic sword" fire spell.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Final Fantasy V
The game contains 4 unused enemies in various states of completion:
• Big Boss (which uses the same graphics as the Nut Eater)
• Chimera
• Mellusion
• Neo Goblin
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Final Fantasy II
The game files contain data for an unused weapon called "The Killer Bow".
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Call of Duty: Black Ops
While playing Zombies on the map "Five", it is possible for JFK to say after killing a zombie, "And I Thought they smelt bad...on the outside!" This is a reference to the line originally spoken by Han Solo in the film Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
Contributed by Boyobmas
Scribblenauts
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There is an unused character found in the game's data which resembles a female Maxwell. She can also be found in the game data of Super Scribblenauts, and the girl version of evil Maxwell in Scribblenauts Unlimited also resembles her.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Wario Ware: Touched!
The Japanese and Chinese versions of the game have yellow backgrounds on the title screen. The Korean version is a slightly darker yellow and features Wario's nose, while the International version has an orange background and a unique style for the game's logo.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
WarioWare: Smooth Moves
The game contains unused graphics from Tennis for the NES. In the Japanese version of the game, the 'Super Nostalgic Entertainment System' is a Famicom (Japanese NES), and one of the cartridges that accompany it in the game is Tennis. Given this, it's possible that graphics from Tennis (and the rest of the games) were going to be used during post-game animations.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
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If the game detects that the copy you're playing has been pirated, a screen will appear saying "This game will not run on this hardware" making it unplayable.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Super Mario 64
The level select sound that occurs after the player jumps into a painting is actually the first few notes of the Super Mario Bros. overworld theme but with vocals.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
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A female NPC who is heard crying in the Grindhouse was removed in patch 1.4 of the game after dozens of players complained that she was annoyingly loud.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
Diddy Kong Racing
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In 2004, another attempt at a sequel for Diddy Kong racing was made, this time as more of a follow-up to the original called Diddy Kong Racing Adventure. The game would've been released on the GameCube, and would've been developed by the UK game studio Climax Studios.

The story of the game focuses on Wizpig seeking revenge on Diddy by teaming up with the Kremlings to turn Kongo Isle into a series of race tracks. Diddy gets his buddies to stop Wizpig and the Kremlings to take back Kongo Isle.

Climax presented the demo of Diddy Kong Racing Adventures to Nintendo, but they didn't give Climax approval to develop the game.
Contributed by CLXcool

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