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In the German releases of the franchise the word "Rupee" is translated to "Rubin", the German word for Ruby, which the Rupee's name is based on.
Contributed by CuriousUserX90
The feature to feed parrots cookies to breed and tame was removed in a patch due to outcry from the Minecraft community. In real-life, chocolate cookies can kill birds if fed to them and people felt that children who played the game would try to copy this. The feature was changed prior to the release of patch 1.12.

Feeding cookies to parrots was also a subtle reference to the song "Polly" by the band Nirvana.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
As a professed fan of the Banjo-Kaoozie series, Youtuber Jonathan Aryan "Jon" Jafari (Jontron) was originally going to voice a character for the game. Due to a controversy over his political views, however, Playtonic removed Jontron's voice from the game in a mandatory day-one update. He would have originally voiced a character stuck in an outhouse in the "Galleon Galaxy" level.
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According to animator Jake Clark (who animated most of the bosses in the game), the mermaid boss was inspired by not only Betty Boop, but also Disney's Ariel (for the bra) and the moth character from the Disney Silly Symphony cartoon "The Moth and The Flame".
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The Studiopolis zone shares it's name with the studio where the English voice overs for the Sonic games, as well as Sonic Boom, have been recorded since 2010.
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Breath of the Wild started it's development in 2011 as an open world Zelda Game for the Wii U, originally planned to be released in 2015. The release was later delayed to 2016 after developers conceived of new gameplay options they wanted to include. This release date was then further delayed to 2017 so that it could be released simultaneously on Nintendo's next platform, the Nintendo Switch.
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Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
GTA Vice City Stories was the first game in the series to include a real life celebrity in game, with singer Phil Collins appearing in promotional material and in a number of missions, along with being featured on the soundtrack.
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For Honor
As of March 2017, unlocking all of the in-game outfits, emotes and minor items would cost around $732. The cost for acquiring all of the items outraged the game's community prompting the game's director, Damien Kieken, to respond by stating "We never had an intention for you to unlock everything in the game. For us that doesn't really make any sense." He then compared the game to how in World of Warcraft and in any MOBA players would never try to unlock everything and just play one to three characters.
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In the system's Photo Album set-up page, one of the drawn characters closely resembles the character 'GO' from the Japanese gay pornographic movie A Midsummer Night’s Lewd Dream. The film's character had become part of a popular meme in Japan which had spawned as a result of the film's over-the-top acting.
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Cruis'n USA
The trophy girl who appears at the end of a race when finishing first place is adult film star Shyla Foxxx, who's credited in the game under her birth name, Anutza Herling.
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Dance Dance Revolution X3 VS 2nd MIX
One of the new songs added to this version, "Tohoku EVOLVED", was made as a memorial to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami that struck the Tohoku region of Japan in March 2011. The memorial can be seen in the lyrics ("Our thoughts and prayers are with you") as well as the clear screen, which replaces the normal "CLEARED" message with "Pray for All".
Contributed by gamemaster1991
Sonic Adventure
Sonic Adventure had a limited edition release available two months before the release of the SEGA Dreamcast in North America. SEGA signed a deal with the game rental company Hollywood Video that let people rent a SEGA Dreamcast two months before the release of the console with a selection of games, one of those being Sonic Adventure Limited Edition. Although those copies were never meant to make it into the hands of the public, the copies that did make it to the public usually are incomplete or have a Hollywood Video sticker on the top of the disc.
Life Is Strange
There is a photo of Joyce with the real life novelist Ken Kesey hanging over the jukebox in the Two Whales Diner. Ken Kesey spent much of his life in Oregon, where the game takes place.
Splatterhouse (2010)
The game was originally developed by BottleRocket (who developed Afro Samurai) up until early 2009. Namco then cut the developer from the project and took back the console development kits they gave to the crew. BottleRocket went out of business after this. Development of the game was handed over to the internal development team at Namco Bandai Games, who hired some people who had previously worked for BottleRocket to complete the game.
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As a result of a sponsorship deal between the motor racing circuit Donington Park in Leicestershire, England and SEGA, the 1993 European Grand Prix was adorned with SEGA logos. Even the race itself was renamed the SEGA European Grand Prix.

Ayrton Senna won the rain-drenched event after passing four cars on the first lap and holding off his teammate Alain Prost through the race's length, and was presented a trophy which featured Sonic the Hedgehog. While the image of Senna holding this trophy was widely circulated around the Internet, it was unfortunately only a fake trophy used for a photo op. It's unknown what became of the Sonic trophy.
Contributed by gone-sovereign
House of the Dead
Sega has lost the original source code to House of the Dead, meaning they will never be able to re-release this game ever again.
Contributed by MrConnman123
The fictional village of Hanuda, the setting of the game, is based on an actual abandoned Japanese mining town in Chichibu, Saitama.
Contributed by Mass Distraction
Console: GameCube
According to former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi, the GameCube's cheap price was the result of Nintendo's perception that gamers cared only about the games themselves, and that game consoles were just pieces of hardware that were required to play the games. As a result, Nintendo decided to make the GameCube's price significantly lower than the competition's in order to make the former's titles more accessible to consumers.
Contributed by game4brains
Final Fantasy IX
Through Square Enix's PlayOnline service, players were able to play an online variant of Tetra Master, the card game from Final Fantasy IX. It used characters from both Final Fantasy IX and Final Fantasy X.

The game was unfortunately discontinued on December 31, 2010.
Contributed by Psychospacecow
King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow
A pamphlet that came with King's Quest VI listed a bunch of radio stations that received the game's iconic song, "Girl in the Tower". Although some radio stations complied with caller requests for the song, others had their phone lines jammed with calls and some stations threatened to sue Sierra for their publicity stunt.
Contributed by Antwan
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