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Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl contains multiple unused announcer lines - including multitudes of character names (including characters from Rocko's Modern Life and Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, which were not represented in the base version of the game), item announcement calls which (despite the narrator having used voice clips relating to the items) did not end up being used, all of the stage names (notably including alternate names for the Slime Time stage in the form of "Double Dare", "Double Dare Stage", and "Double Dare Extreme") and, perhaps most interestingly, lines relating to a shop feature where the player could buy outfits, characters, moves, and stages. The reveal press release for All-Star Brawl references the ability to "unlock advanced moves", which may be referring to this scrapped feature.
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 23, 2023
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl
Attachment Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl was intended to launch with a deluxe edition that would contain extra alternate costumes, much like the deluxe edition made for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 - this never came to be due to the alternate costumes not being finished in time for launch, with the game eventually receiving a free update to add one costume per character.
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 21, 2023
NASB Discord server, use "from:repiteo" to find it quicker - if the NASB 2 discussion thread gets taken down without archiving, the screenshot still exists.
Rayman 2: The Great Escape
The Nintendo 64, PC, & PlayStation 2 versions of the game contain secret minigames that the player can play.

For the N64 & PC versions, the minigame 'Menezis' is a 2D space shooter where the player controls the letter E firing and dodging projectiles from the letters X, O, & the number 8. This minigame is also included in the Dreamcast version, but was only available as downloadable content at the time of that version's release and can no longer be played without hacks. For the other two versions, it can be unlocked by:

(On N64) holding C-Left while quickly and repeatedly pressing the A+B buttons simultaneously during the credits.
(On PC) typing 'SHOOTEMUP' during the credits roll or waiting after the credits roll.

The PlayStation 2 version contains a different minigame, 'The Schplong', a game that resembles Pong. The player controls a sliding blue bar on the left of the screen and must score to win against the computer player. This can be activated in the level The Iron Mountains during the cutscene where Rayman is riding the hot air balloon. Pressing the Square or Circle button 15 times while the cutscene is playing activates the minigame.
Also Appears On: Rayman 2: Revolution (Game), Rayman 2: The Great Escape (Game)
Contributed by Yoshispacedragon on September 19, 2023
It Takes Two
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Contributed by Yoshispacedragon on September 19, 2023

The source of Josef Fares voice clips (Strong Language Warning):
Condemned: Criminal Origins
Attachment When going to meet Rosa at the City Library, in the first room on the left after the objective begins, you can find a desk hidden behind a shelf. On the desk is a TV displaying an image of a detective badge, and connected to it is an Xbox 360 with a custom skin based on Condemned: Criminal Origins. Turning off the TV will unlock the Xbox Achievement "Silver Detective Badge".
God of War Ragnarök
A side quest called "The Ballad of Jari and Somr" was made as a tribute to two devs that met and fell in love while working at Santa Monica Studios, Jake Snipes and Sam Handrick. This quest involves going to The Eternal Campfire to unlock it and then searching for ingredients to prepare a meal, an homage to the couples love of making meals together. The unfortunate catalyst for this addition to the game was the death of Jake Snipes in 2020.
Contributed by Wolfen50 on September 17, 2023
Courage the Cowardly Dog: Creep TV
Courage the Cowardly Dog: Creep TV has secret codes and levels that went undiscovered until 20 years after its release due to a glitch making them inaccessible. The "daScore" code, which shows a counter of how many ghosts you've zapped; and the "mirage" code, which expands the game map and allows access to secret levels - one where you can acquire glasses, and another that has a sign simply reading Eustace's catchphrase, "STUPID DOG!" - however, if you get the glasses then read the sign, it will instead say "Wee...amazing! You found it! GOOD DOG!"
Sonic the Fighters
Some of the names of the Arcade Shop missions in Lost Judgment which are unlocked through playing Sonic the Fighters are references to aspects of the Sonic franchise.

The missions for beating Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and Amy are all named after their themes from Sonic Adventure or Sonic Adventure 2: Live and Learn, Believe In Myself, Fighting Freak and My Sweet Passion.

The mission for beating Fang the Sniper is titled Knack For Trouble which could be a reference to both Fang's original Western name Nack the Weasel as well as his debut game Sonic the Hedgehog: Triple Trouble.

The mission for beating Bean the Dynamite is titled Mean Bean Machine after the 1993 Sonic-themed Western localization of Puyo Puyo, Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine. Ironically, Puyo Puyo did not appear in Lost Judgment despite being in it's predecessor, Judgment.

Finally, the mission for beating Espio is titled Chameleon Detective after Espio's role as a detective starting with Sonic Heroes. It could also be a nod to the Lost Judgment's protagonist Yagami being a detective who often needs to don disguises to blend into places.
Also Appears On: Lost Judgment (Game), Sonic The Hedgehog (Franchise)
Dragon Ball Z: Super Butouden 2
There are two turbo modes that can be accessed by holding down certain buttons on a second controller before the game starts. The first will change the intro music and part of the title will blink between black and pink. The second will change the intro music as well and part of the title will blink between black, pink, and white.

Turbo Mode 1: Hold the L or R button before starting the game.
Turbo Mode 2: Hold the L and R buttons before starting the game.

These may both be a reference to the title screen font colors used in Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting.
Dragon Ball Z: Super Butouden 2
Super Butōden 2 is the first game in the Dragon Ball Z series in which Broly makes an appearance. He can even become playable through a cheat code that can be pieced together by beating the secret Broly/Goku story mode fights with every character.

Cheat code:Spoiler: Up, X, Down, B, L, Y, R, A
This is to be performed at the title screen and when done correctly you will hear a voice line from Broly saying "Kakarot!"
Contributed by Wolfen50 on September 12, 2023
Horizon Forbidden West
Located to the left of the West Aerial Capture is an area with a locked chest and a wall with several pans across it. Hitting these pans to the tune of Aloy's theme will unlock the adjacent chest.
Goosebumps HorrorTown
The "Shop Til You Drop... Dead" event was designed by a fan of the game, a YouTuber named Grimokan. Additionally, the design for the NPC Jack-O is based on his avatar.
Sega Genesis Classics
The two achievements "Chillin' out maxin" and "Relaxin' all cool" which can be obtained in ToeJam & Earl on the PS4 version, are references to the opening theme song to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Contributed by Tuli0hWut on September 10, 2023
Donkey Kong 64
Despite becoming a Microsoft game following the buyout of Rare, the ZX Spectrum version of Jetpac was left intact in the Wii U Virtual Console version of Donkey Kong 64.
Also Appears On: Jetpac (Game)
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 10, 2023
Rivals of Aether
Rivals of Aether's "Workshop Character Pack" - comprised of Mollo, Hodan, Pomme, and Olympia - is made up of fan-made characters originally created for mods, revised to match the quality of the base game characters.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Attachment If the New Donk City Hall stage loops three times, or a music track from the game Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is playing, Captain Toad will cameo on the stage. This references Super Mario Odyssey where Captain Toad will occasionally appear.
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
The post-credits scene of the film Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed has Scooby present the audience with a "Game Boy Advance Secret Code" for the tie-in video game of the film, the easily-guessable "SD2". This code is promoted as working with both the GBA and PC versions of the game and is prompted to be entered at the end of each port of the game.

In the GBA version, entering the code will reveal who the main culprit is. If it is not entered, the ending cutscene will cut off before the culprit is revealed as to prevent spoilers.

In the PC version, entering the code will instead trigger a bonus Dance the Fright Away minigame between the main villain and every member of Mystery, Inc.
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 8, 2023
Mario Tennis
Mario Tennis on the Game Boy Color is the only Mario multiplayer game where Mario is unlockable.
Also Appears On: Mario (Franchise)
As of version 1.3, after inputting a secret code on the Practice Mode select screen, "Mike%" is activated, which adds a timer to the game which stops once Mike is defeated. This is presumably a nod to the Mike% speedrunning category found on

If this code is active while playing the game's final level, Mike is found sleeping in the corner of the boss room.
Attachment The board for Pac-Man contains a DIP switch titled "Alternate Ghost Names", which in the Japanese release contained early English names for the ghosts

•Urchin "Macky" (Shadow "Blinky")
•Romp "Micky" (Speedy "Pinky")
•Stylist "Mucky" (Bashful "Inky")
•Crybaby "Mocky" (Pokey "Clyde")

In the US release, these names were dummied out and replaced with strings of the first 8 letters of the Latin alphabet.
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