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Night Trap
The game was once taken off the selves of Toys "R" Us and F.A.O. Schwarz stores for being too violent and sexual. This was in response to the Senate Judiciary and Government Affairs Committee hearing on video game violence in 1993.
Contributed by gamemaster1991
I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream
In the French and German releases of the game, the character of Nimdok and his chapter as a whole was removed. The chapter was remove because it was based around a Nazi camp. The removal of the Nimdok chapter made the "best" ending unachievable.
Contributed by gamemaster1991
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
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Bowser's victory pose was changed when it was brought to the U.S. as it previously resembled the "Up yours!" gesture.
Contributed by Bean101
Final Fantasy VI
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There are multiple examples of art assets being censored in the North American release.
Esper Siren, Esper Starlet, Alluring Rider, Madam, The Goddess and Chadarnook's Godess part were all altered to be more acceptable to international audiences, mostly covering up more skin, or in Madam's case, removing smoking references.
Additionally, the Cafe sign originally read "Pub".
Many of these changes were kept in place in the Game Boy Advance port of the game.
Contributed by DidYouKnowGaming
Wario Land II
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A penguin enemy in the English version throws bowling balls at Wario. If they hit, he becomes dizzy, burps, and needs to splash himself off with water to go back to normal. In the Japanese version, the penguin actually throws pints of beer. This explains the out of place animations and why Wario needs water. The beer was censored for obvious reasons.
Contributed by DidYouKnowGaming
Maniac Mansion
In the NES version of the game, despite heavy censorship, the scene where the player can put a hamster into a microwave oven was left in the game. Nintendo discovered this just as the first run was being shipped to retail, and stipulated that no more copies could be manufactured until that scene was censored.

In later versions of the game, including the PAL version, attempting to put the hamster in the microwave will only cause the game to respond "HOW SICK!"
Contributed by gamemaster1991
Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro
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When you put an incorrect phrase into the cheat menu it will simply reset. However, when you input a foul word as a cheat, Spider-Man will appear and change it into something nice like flower, puppy, or spice.
Contributed by DidYouKnowGaming
Spider-Man (2002)
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If you put in the cheat code "girlnextdoor" you can play the game as Mary Jane Watson. At the end of the game, where Spider-Man and Mary Jane usually kiss, Mary Jane will kiss herself. This code was removed from later versions of the game, presumably because of the lesbian kiss in an E-rated game.
Contributed by DidYouKnowGaming
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