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In the shipyards of Port Rago, Briggs states that Matthew has his mother's eyes. This is actually not true, as his mother Jenna has reddish eyes, whilst Matthew has greyish blue eyes.
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When the game was released on mobile platforms in Japan, the key art for certain characters were changed. Characters were altered to have less revealing outfits compared to the promotional material.
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Nier
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During concepting phases, Kaine was at one point planned to be more elegant and dressed modestly, and she would wield one of the dropped tomes, Grimoire Schwarz. There were also concepts of a younger Kaine.
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In the Coffee Shop during the "Free the Sperm Whales" mission, heading into the bathroom, clicking the foot icon on all 3 screws on the broken mirror and then clicking the foot icon on the skull drawn on the side of a stall will trigger a secret cutscene. Butt-Head will pull out a shotgun, say "$&*@ You Beavis" and shoot Beavis in the head.
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Mirroring a similar easter egg on the Temple stage, the Sheikah text on a platform in the Great Plateau Tower stage says "SMASHBROS" twice.
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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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Spyro 2: Season of Flame
By breathing fire into one of the Tiki statues of the level Tiki Tropics, the sound that Aku Aku from the Crash Bandicoot series makes when breaking open an Aku Aku Crate will play.
Contributed by CuriousUserX90
According to Sakurai's Famitsu column, he chose to build the game off of the previous entry's mechanics instead of building the game from scratch as choosing the later would have caused a large portion of the game's roster to be cut. This would be due to the fact that more time would have had to be put into rebuilding each individual character.
He also remarked this decision allowed for more focus to be put on other aspects of the game.
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Sonic the Hedgehog 2
In an interview, art director Yasushi Yamaguchi was asked about how his team came up with the idea of having 2-players, he commented:

"The development of Sonic 2 was informed by two factors: the things we couldn’t do in the first game, and the response/feedback from players. The idea of controlling Tails came from programmer Yuji Naka, who wanted a kind of “1.5 player” game—something where it would be ok if the second player died. He wanted to allow for a tandem experience where both skilled and unskilled players could enjoy the game together."
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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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At the north end of the Bridge map, using the "Kangaroo on Command" power up will allow the player to scale the rock wall border of the map and enter a secret room. Upon entering the room, a message will state "Friggin Kangaroo on Command freak." Turning around from that message will show another large message that says "Now you are stuck SUCKER" and create an invisible wall that will trap the player in the secret tunnel.
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If the game detects a pirated copy, this message will appear upon booting up:

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Unused Paintinator models and icon can be found in the data.
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Nier: Automata
In Route C, if the player talks to Jackass after the bunker's destruction, she'll comment that she had a friend on The Bunker named "White." This friend is revealed to be The Commander in the Black Box Edition Art Book.
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In the RC Car play section, the numbers 1889 and 2018 can be found under the cover of the controls. "2018" represents the year that Nintendo Labo released and "1889" refers to the year that Nintendo started as a company.
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Spoiler:In the junkyard sequence, the original Kara android from the tech demo that inspired Detroit: Become Human can be found among the wreckage in an extremely dilapidated state. She sings the same song that she can be heard singing in the tech demo.
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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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Dying Light
During the Rupert the Gunsmith sub-mission, a pink teddy bear can be found in Rupert's apartment. Activating this bear will make it say "I love you.". As the player continues to activate this bear, the bear's dialogue will change, and it will insist you stop touching it. If you proceed to activate it after this warning, its eyes will turn red, and the bear will explode.
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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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