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No More Heroes
A Nintendo 64 can be seen very easily on a shelf in Travis' apartment during a cutscene after assassinating Dr. Peace.

In the remake, No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, the N64 is changed to a SEGA Genesis with a 32X and SEGA CD attachment. This is likely because Nintendo would not want their console to appear in a game on a competitors' platform.
Contributed by Dazz
Resident Evil 4
After the abandoned house scene where Leon is knocked out by Chief Mendez, he awakens without his jacket without explanation. In "Separate Ways"' second chapter, Ada comes across a Ganado wearing Leon's jacket.
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Lost Vikings
The Genesis version also included a three-player mode, not found in any other versions. Using a multitap, Player 1 controls Erik, Player 2 controls Baleog, and Player 3 controls Olaf.
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Lost Vikings
The Genesis version included 5 additional levels not found in any other versions of the game. 1 in Prehistoria, 2 in Egypt, 1 in the Factory, and 1 in Wacky World. This increased the overall level count up from 37 to 42.
Contributed by Dazz
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Link made his first right-handed appearance in Twilight Princess for Wii. Up through Twilight Princess for Gamecube, Link had traditionally been left-handed but with the introduction of motion controls, director Eiji Aonuma decided to make him right-handed so it would be more comfortable to "swing" the sword with your right hand (which is how most people were playing). Instead of re-doing Link's model though, the Wii version of the game was simply flipped horizontally, reversing the positions of everything from east to west.
Contributed by Petie
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