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An unused version of one of the cutscene images can be found in the DS release's files. The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker's name is off-centered, but is otherwise mostly the same.
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The game is called "Holy Magic Century" in Europe and "Eltale Monsters" in Japan.
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Animal Crossing
In an early announcement trailer for the Nintendo Gamecube, Animal Crossing was called (or at least promoted as) "Animal Forest for Nintendo Gamecube", outright referencing the original Japanese title of the game (Dōbutsu no Mori or "Animal Forest" in English). This suggests that either the English localizers were thinking of keeping the game's original title, albeit translated, or the title "Animal Crossing" was not yet finalized.
Contributed by PirateGoofy
As of the 4.0.0 Update, which originally brought USB headphone support to the Switch, it was discovered that, via the use of the Wii U's Gamecube Controller Adapter, that almost every Switch game can be played with a Gamecube Controller. However, since the Gamecube Controller lacks a left Z-button the player does not have access to all of the controls of games that normally would utilize the Switch's ZL button.
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Bubble Bass has unused eye textures in the GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox version's files, suggesting he may have been planned to have a larger role in the game.
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On the NES verion's System Construction Figure menu, inserting certain inputs will cause the cursor woman to remove her clothing. The final input freezes the game and replaces the woman with a hexagram.
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The Arcana Edition of the game, which will be released for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 exclusively in Japan, comes packaged with exchangeable sleeves and a set of tarot cards featuring various fighters from the series.
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If you enter "REFLOG" as a player name in the Genesis version, you will be brought to a secret golf mini-game.
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Unused text in the GBA version's files suggest that all of the in-game spells (except for Expelliarmus) were planned to be upgradeable.
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The Gamecube version's code has unused text lyrics from Bob Gibson's song "To Morrow."

The texts states:

"If you had gone to Morrow yesterday, now don't you see
You could have gone to Morrow and returned today at three!"
Contributed by GamerBen144
Early music icons for the SpongeBob SquarePants DLC can be found in the PlayStation 3 version's data. They do not feature any LittleBigPlanet characters.
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The Xbox 360 version has text stating "PS3 Online Data Incorrect,". This suggests that a PlayStation 3 release may have been planned at one point during development.
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The South Korean exclusive version of the game is called Destiny: Guardians. All content in this version is the same as the international versions, with the exception of the microtransaction vendor, Tess Everis, being replaced by Yuna, an original character created exclusively for this version that offers different items.
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Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy
The text used in the cutscenes of this game is a purple colour in the Japanese version, but white for the US and EU versions.
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The Baby Yoshi seen in an egg half hatched on the game's Japanese title screen has an unused graphic of it's full body, suggesting that the game was originally intended to show Baby Yoshis both fully hatched and half hatched.
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In the NES version, there are unused sprites suggesting that Spider-Man was once planned to climb walls.
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In the Japanese version, by pressing A,B,C,A,B,C,A,B,C in rapid succession on the Options screen, an easy mode will be unlocked. The game will be significantly easier, but the first level of the game will change to a light and cheery aesthetic instead of the dark and moody one of other difficulties.
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Once you've finished the game and return to the main menu, Spoiler: when Chloe, the android who serves as a guide, asks you if she could be set free, it was originally intended that she'd permanently disappear if the player lets her go. However due to player requests, in an update it was made that if the player had let her go, they could later be asked if they wanted another Chloe android to take her place.
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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the first game in the series that requires players to select a stage before selecting a character in multiplayer matches. In previous entries, as is common in other fighting games, it was the opposite. This is an attempt by Masahiro Sakurai to change up the strategy of the game (specifically stage-character match-ups).
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The cartridge label of the NES game Ice Climber found in the game's main treasures differs in it's appearance depending on what version is being played. In the japanese version it uses the Famicom appearance and artwork, whilst in the western version it uses the NES appearance and artwork.
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