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In the game's files are unused graphics that say "Game Over" and "Continue Playing?" In the final game, losing all of the player's hearts will warp said player back to the beginning area, and Spoiler:letting the moon fall will result in a lengthy cut scene followed by the famous words, "You've met a terrible fate, haven't you?" accompanied by the Happy Mask Saleman's chuckle.
There are unused main menu and loading screens of a possibly early version of the game in the Playstation version.
Within this game's data are unused graphics for 4 songs. These are: "Bye Bye Bye" and "Tell Me, Tell Me...Baby" by NSYNC, "What Can I Say To You" by Hi-Five and "Te Amo" by Angela Bofill.
In the "4th Mix PLUS" version of this game there are unused graphics and audio for 2 songs. These songs are "LIVIN' LA VIDA LOCA" by C.J. CREW featuring GIORGIO, and "YOUR LOVE" by FARGETTA.
In the US PS1 port of this game, several backgrounds for songs go unused. These songs are "Let's Get Down", "That's the Way", "Rock Beat", "Butterfly", "Hero" and "Bad Girls". The last song mentioned, "Bad Girls", has an incomplete background.
In the Japanese version of this game, the song "Money" by The Ragga Twins can be found in the data. Graphics, step data, and the music can be found for this song. This was presumably replaced with "MAKE IT BETTER" by Mitsu-O!, which is similar in style.
The song "TOGETHER & FOREVER" by NINEBALL feat. ATOMIC GUN & JULIA has an unused banner in the data, diiferent to the banner the song uses in-game.
There is an unused sprite for units as seen on the map which features a small cartoon mouse.
There is unused data for the song "CAN'T TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU (70's Remix)" by BEAT BOX within the game. This includes a banner, background, graphics, lyrics and a step chart.
In the 3DS version's files are unused models from the "Cook Kirby" Final Smash from Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
In the Wii U version’s files are unused animations for when Giga Mac uses the attack for the KO Punch.
Early footage of the game showed The Hand boss having destructable tombstones in the arena which are not present in the retail release. The Hand also had a different death animation.
Inside the Wii U version's files are the unused preview images from the 2007-2016 era characters (Rosalina, Wii Fit Trainer, Shulk, etc.) suggesting that the All-Star mode would've had the same order of the characters as the 3DS version.
In the game files, you can find cars which aren't used and have the names of developers placed on them.
Despite speculation to the contrary, Sawada is unarmed in the game. The "katana" shown was intended at the time to be a "motion blur"; given a conflict between the two Capcom branches, however, flicker transparency was not applied and it was instead left solid. His slashing attacks were intended to have an ethereal appearance to them, akin to the Hadoken. The designers argued for the flicker effect but were instead denied, and as a result opted for a look based on Mortal Kombat's effects at the time.
A title card for a “Chapter 47” with the same title as the game’s final chapter can be found in the game’s data. It's possible that either two prologues were originally standard chapters at one point of the development, or two more chapters were planned for the game but were scrapped.
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