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Bad Ass Babes
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The models who portrayed the babes in the game were uncredited. These are the following babes who's models have been confirmed:
*Lola, played by Peita Jade Breese
*Rebel, played by Victoria Ferrara
*Sparkles, played by Jakita Saint-Trelour
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
The EU arcade port of this game, called "Dancing Stage", features a song called "Uh La La La". This song's expert chart is the only chart in the series where the player must hit 3 panels at once.
Contributed by psyducklover13
Epic Mickey
According to Warren Spector. He considers Epic Mickey(along with Deus Ex) as the high point of his career. For bringing back the character Oswald the lucky rabbit and getting fan mail regarding his work on Epic Mickey from fans.

"I suspect no one at Disney realizes that we made Ortensia up for our game. I'm sure people at Disney think Ortensia is a part of Disney's history. We made her up. So the fact that Oswald is back, and the fact that Ortensia is now a part of Disney's history, is because of a video game. That's very cool.

I got more fan mail about Epic Mickey than any game I've ever worked on. It was more heartfelt fan mail than any game I've ever worked on. We touched people in a way that games just never touch people.

Screw Metacritic. Screw the gamers who didn't like our camera. Screw everybody. I am really proud of that game, and I am really proud of the team that made it, and nothing is going to ever sway me from feeling like that was one of the high points of my career."
Contributed by CLXcool
Sonic and the Black Knight
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Sega held a competition for fan artwork of Sonic characters. The top twenty of the US, Europe and Japan were placed in the game for display and their artists would win a free copy of the game

However, one of the winning entries submitted by Antonino Miniero was discovered to actually be a replica of a piece of fan art by artist Mega777. Miniero was disqualified by Sega of Europe and did not receive a copy of the game.

Miniero later issued a full apology on the Sonic Italia message boards stating:
"I thought they would have turned to websites to check for any malpractice. When I found out I won, I cannot deny the fact that I was happy, but having won with that picture I was also afraid of such a reaction.
All this is absolutely not an excuse to justify my actions, I know I have been wrong and I take all the responsibility for what I did, accepting any decision made by SEGA and SonicItalia.
I want to apologize to all those who were offended by this, especially with the “21st” winner, it is my fault they did not win.
I officially apologize to MEGA777 for having soiled her masterpiece. I respect her very much, and for the fact that I had acted against her, albeit unintentionally, I feel deplorable."
Contributed by SkyminHAZBOZ
Dissidia Final Fantasy
During "Dissidia Final Fantasy NT: Behind the English voice cast" with Natalie Lander (Terra Branford's English voice actress), Natalie explained that she wanted to honor Yukari Fukui (Terra's Japanese voice actress) by mimicking her sound quality for her character's voice.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Street Fighter III
The hand sings used by Oro during his animations for blocking/parrying an attack, using his normal fireball, or using his Yagyou Dama super art, are know as mudra, which are symbolic or ritual gestures from the Hindu and Buddhist faiths; later on incorporated into various eastern styles of martial arts. Additionally, Oro draws Ki energy from a specific part of his body depending on where his hand is placed, for example, if Oro placed his hand on his head he's drawing energy from the brow chakra, and when placed on the chest he's drawing energy from the heart chakra.
Contributed by ZpaceJ0ck0
Sonic the Hedgehog 4
In March 2012, producer "Takashi Iizuka" was asked on a interview, if there's going to a "Episode III"? And he said:

"We are looking forward to hearing the feedback from the users for Episode 2, but we are currently not planning to release another episode. We just want to see how the users accept this episode."

In January 2015, Ken Balough said on Facebook that they're planned for "Episode III", but for reasons “that can’t be discussed” it was scrapped.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
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In 2012, Ken Balough announced that Big the Cat would be retired from the franchise (for the time being) as they could not find a good use for the character, and all things that they already tried didn't work out for him. This however did not stop Big from having a cameo in Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, having a trophy in the 3DS version of Super Smash Bros. 4, and being playable in Sonic Runners.
Contributed by CuriousUserX90
Kingdom Hearts
During "Dissidia Final Fantasy NT: Behind the English voice cast" with Steve Burton (Cloud Strife's English voice actor), Steve explained the reason why he got the role for Cloud, was because of a guy from "Square" who's in charged for the voices of the characters, was watching a movie of him in "The Last Castle".
Contributed by ProtoSnake
James Bond 007: From Russia with Love
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The criminal organization in the game is called OCTOPUS as opposed to SPECTRE in the James Bond film series which the game is based on. It's possible this was due to the legal battle at the time between film production company EON and Kevin McClory, who the latter then owned the rights to SPECTRE and Blofeld.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
Shin - Den Ai [Nani ga Hoshii no?] ~ Eri Kitami ~
The game was planned for release on iOS, however it had been refused.

The game's star, Eri Kitami, said on Twitter "While approval [for Shin Den Ai] was turned down for iOS, I’d never imagined it would get released on the Switch."
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
OutRun
While preparations were being made to release the 20th Anniversary CD Box, it was discovered that one of the PCM ROM chips on the sound board was corrupted, and was shipped this way throughout the game's entire production run.
Contributed by retrolinkx
OutRun
The song "Splash Wave" is actually glitched in the retail version of Outrun. Near the end of the track the melody and other parts of song begin to go out of sync.
Contributed by retrolinkx
Capcom Fighting Evolution
Demitri's Midnight Bliss attack turns Urien into a girl girl clad in 水法被 (mizuhappi; a short jacket) and 締め込み褌 (shimekomi fundoshi), the typical outfit for the Hakata Gion yamakasa matsuri rite of passage.
Contributed by ZpaceJ0ck0
Capcom Fighting Evolution
Demitri's Midnight Bliss attack makes Ingrid wear a costume based on the Sweet Lolita fashion style. This costume was later featured as a win pose on Street Fighter Alpha 3.
Contributed by ZpaceJ0ck0
Console: SNES
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Nintendo planned to create the CD Add-on for the SNES. Nintendo partnered with Sony and Philips to create the CD Add-on, but it was ultimately cancelled. This agreement allowed Philips to use Nintendo's IP on their own Gaming Console, the "Phillips CD-i.

Sony's own gaming ventures appear to have been influenced by this as the canceled reader was dubbed "The Play Station", akin to the PlayStation.
Contributed by ABOhiccups
Capcom Fighting Evolution
Demitri's Midnight Bliss attack turns Zangief into "Zangyura-chan, the little tangerine vending Russian girl". The name is based on a typo made by Gamest magazine while they were covering a Street Fighter 2 Turbo location test, stating that "By pressing all kick buttons, Zangyura can do a very quick Super Uriajjō, without collision detection in his legs" (ザンギュラはキックボタン3つ同時押しで足に判定のない、早めの回転のスーパーリアッが出せる。).

The visual design of Zangyura, as well as the fact she sells oranges is based upon Russian cartoon character Čeburaška, who in one film was discovered in a crate full of oranges.
Contributed by ZpaceJ0ck0
Omikron: The Nomad Soul
Omikron: The Nomad Soul was the first video game to feature acts by a real-world entertainer (in this case, David Bowie as the in-game band the Dreamers); while established musicians have composed soundtracks for other video games before Omikron, not until then had a game included an original performance.
Contributed by game4brains
Klonoa
In North America, copies of the game contained coupons for a taco at the Wahoo’s restaurant chain. Hideo Yoshizawa stated in an interview that he felt that it would have been a good idea if the chain was more widespread.
Contributed by Operationgamer17
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
Oddly enough, the American back cover of the Dreamcast version mentions the Super Story mode when that mode was exclusive for the PlayStation port.
Contributed by ZpaceJ0ck0
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