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Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures
Attachment The print advertisement for Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures features the typical 90s commercial trash-talking against other popular video game characters of the time, claiming that they are unable to do things that Pac-Man can do in the game, such as "Dirty worms can't whistle", referring to Earthworm Jim, or "Big hairy apes can't think for themselves", referring to Donkey Kong. However, one of these allegations is the claim that "Overgrown housecats can't hang glide", seemingly referring to Bubsy the Bobcat, who's signature power is the ability to glide, and therefore would not need a hang glider.
Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures
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Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix
The O-Town Highway track in Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix composites elements of the 1993 Rocko's Modern Life series and the 2019 Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling movie - featuring the original fat Chokey Chicken logo instead of the skinny chicken logo introduced in Static Cling and having Rocko's house lack the Conglom-O rocket impaling it or the damage it received while in space, but also featuring the Buzzbucks coffee shop, Clonglom-O Dome, and a billboard for the Schlam-O Radioactive Power Drink, all of which were established while Rocko was away in space.
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 27, 2023
Super Smash Bros.
Attachment Contrary to popular belief, the Mushroom Kingdom stage in Super Smash Bros. does not use sprites or music from Super Mario Bros. - this can be noticed both in obvious ways, such as enemy sprites having complex shading that would be impossible in any NES game, let alone a title as early in the hardware's lifespan as Super Mario Bros., and multiple sprites being miscolored; and in more subtle ways, such as the ground blocks being one pixel too tall on the bottom and the outlines on the goal stair blocks being too thick. The background music, while an impressively close replica, uses subtly different instruments and is slightly slower in tempo.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the stage's graphics would be revised to more closely resemble Super Mario Bros., using graphics from Super Mario Maker, and the faux-8-bit Super Smash Bros. rendition of the overworld theme would be the sole battle song from 64 to be absent, in favor of the original NES rendition of the song.
Also Appears On: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Game)
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 25, 2023
Mortal Kombat 1
Attachment In Spoiler:Sindel's Chapter, there is a mistake in the cutscene subtitles; when she says "Know that it will cost you your life" to Spoiler:Reiko, the subtitles say the filename "MK12_148_154.11" instead.
PAC-MAN Doodle
The Pac-Man Google Doodle was not properly optimized for Firefox users, which led to the Pac-Man sound effects playing in sequence unprompted, even if Google was on a different tab, with many users mistaking the ghosts' movement noises for cartoon police sirens and believing to have caught a virus.

So many questions were posted on Mozilla's Q&A forums that, once they prepared an article to explain the Pac-Man glitch, the company's database server had slowed down to a point where the article took long to upload.
Also Appears On: Web browser (Platform)
Shrek SuperSlam
The PlayStation 2 version of Shrek SuperSlam contains the first 885 MB disc image for the PlayStation Portable port of Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Remix as a dummy file. Oddly, this copy of the game is dated to two days after its original retail release in North America, suggesting that there may have been plans for a cancelled re-release of the game.
Also Appears On: Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Remix (Game)
Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp
This game was delayed twice prior to its release. Initially, it was delayed to April 8, 2022 from its initial release date of December 3, 2021. However, on March 9, 2022, the game was delayed again indefinitely in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Despite this, a mistake on Nintendo's part lead to one player who pre-installed the game to her Nintendo Switch being able to play it in a completed state on April 8. Six days later, Nintendo issued a refund to this player and revoked access to the game. Eventually, the game would finally be released on April 21, 2023.
Contributed by chocolatejr9 on September 21, 2023
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled
Attachment Upon the release of Rilla Roo as a DLC character in Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled, the model of the character was heavily criticized for how far it strayed from his original model in Crash Bash, particularly the presence of a large beard and chin on his face, with many fans editing mockups of a more faithful Rilla Roo. In the game's final DLC update, a "fixed" version of Rilla Roo would be provided - however, rather than serving as a skin for, or replacing the original, Rilla Roo, this new Rilla Roo would be made a separate character titled "Fixed Rilla Roo", with his own animations and exotic skins. His victory podium animation has him stop to check his face, and then sigh in relief as a meta-joke.
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 21, 2023
Dance Dance Revolution Supernova
In Dance Dance Revolution Supernova, the song "Healing-D-Vision" erroneously uses 8th and 16th note steps throughout the song, despite the song itself utilizing a triplet (12th note) beat. This is especially noticeable in the first half of the song.

This mistake was fixed in Dance Dance Revolution X.
Also Appears On: Dance Dance Revolution X (Game)
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
In the launch version of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Marth and his clone characters were unable to dash-grab R.O.B. while he was in shield. This would eventually be fixed in Version 3.0.0, which increased the vertical range of these characters' dash-grabs.
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 20, 2023
Crazy Frog Racer
Attachment Early screenshots for Crazy Frog Racer on Game Boy Advance show an alternative logo that does not match up with either, the other versions of the game, or the Crazy Frog logo used at the time.
Crazy Frog Racer
Attachment Despite the Crazy Frog's defining ability being the use of an invisible motorcycle, and him being seen riding it on the box art, he drives a car in the Game Boy Advance version of Crazy Frog Racer
Angry Birds Seasons
Attachment Matilda from Angry Birds was originally designed as an unnamed male bird, but was changed to female when higher ups at Rovio realized that male birds do not lay eggs. The Valentine's Day season of Angry Birds Seasons gave Matilda a girlfriend, which, after the change, retroactively gave the unintended implication of Matilda being a lesbian, despite actually being straight and later marrying Terence in the film series. When Matilda was redesigned for the 2013 animated webseries Angry Birds Toons, she would gain the pink cheeks of her former girlfriend. Angry Birds Seasons was removed from app stores in 2019, completing the retcon of the girlfriend character. Despite this, the Angry Birds franchise would introduce LGBTQ+ side characters and support LGBTQ+ fan works in later years.
Also Appears On: Angry Birds (Franchise)
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 18, 2023
Horace Goes Skiing
Attachment There exists a rare misprinted version of Horace Goes Skiing's box art with the name of its predecessor, Hungry Horace, printed on the spine instead of the actual game name.
Also Appears On: Hungry Horace (Game)
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario 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!"
Chungus Rampage in Big Forest
Despite the player destroying the barnhouse in the final mission of the game, the ending of Chungus Rampage in Big Forest shows the farmer crying outside of an undamaged barnhouse.
NBA 2K24
On the game's box cover, Kobe Bryant is seen wearing his Lakers jersey with the patch that was used during the 2000-2001 NBA Finals. However, Kobe is also seen wearing Nike shoes, most notably the Nike Air Zoom Huarache 2K4, which appears to be a mistake as Kobe Bryant didn't sign with Nike until 2003. The reason for the error is thought to be due to 2K Sports having a contractual obligation between the Bryant estate and the Nike brand.
Roy E. Disney, the nephew of Walt Disney, was not informed that The Walt Disney Company's licensing department had granted Sega the rights to develop a Fantasia video game until after its release. He had previously promised Walt before his death that merchandising deals would not be made for Fantasia, resulting in the game's withdrawal from sale after roughly 100 days.
Also Appears On: Disney (Company)
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 12, 2023
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl
Attachment Unusually, Rocko's light up air (where he puts on boxing gloves and deals a flurry of punches) is more powerful than his strong up air (where he forces his opponent to look at a painting of a sad crying clown in an iron lung), with the prior move dealing 19% maximum (14% coming from the last hit alone), while the latter move only deals 13%.
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