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Super Mario World
In the SNES game, when Mario or Luigi gets hurt while having a power-up (i.e. fire flower or cape), Mario and Luigi will become Small Mario/Small Luigi, as they did in Super Mario Bros. In the Game Boy Advance game, Power-up Mario/Power-up Luigi will become Super Mario/Super Luigi when they are hurt, as they do in Super Mario Bros. 3. In both versions, if Super Mario/Super Luigi get hurt, the reserve item in the box at the top of the screen will drop down.
Contributed by Kakariko Kid
God of War III
There are minor changes between the trophies for the PS3 and PS4 remake of this game. The trophy for defeating Hades in the PS3 version is called "Hooker". This was changed to "Depths Below" in the PS4 remake. As well as the trophy "I didn't do it...But I wish I did!", which is awarded for killing the Poseidon Princess, being removed.
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The game is a sequel to the stage play YoRHa that was written by the game's director, Yoko Taro. The play takes place a millennia after the events of NieR and features a cast of female androids called YoRHa.
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
Titanfall
Players caught cheating are restricted from regular servers, only allowing them to play on a server with other cheaters.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
EverQuest II
Players caught cheating in the game are sent to a prison server, where they are still allowed to play, but only alongside other cheaters.
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Undertale
The game contains an unused battle with "RG 03" and "RG 04", which appears to be mostly complete with the exception of using placeholder graphics.
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Mega Man Battle Network 4
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In Japan, Capcom sold both Red Sun and Blue Moon copies together as a dual pack.
Contributed by SonicManEXE
At one point the developers considered giving Natalia alternate ways of attacking, one of them being an ability to shoot lasers out of her fingers. The idea was even implemented in the game for a time during development but was removed because it felt "too super hero".
Contributed by Mass Distraction
Splatoon
Sunken Scroll #17 states that the Squid Sisters, Callie and Marie, are actually cousins, not sisters.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
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There is a leftover CD graphic for the song Butterfly by Smile.dk left inside the game's memory. Besides the fact that Solo doesn't use CD graphics, the song isn't even included the final game.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Paper Mario
The Koopa Bros. are an obvious reference to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Both the Koopa Bros. and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are turtles and wear bandannas around their heads. The Koopa Bros. also speak in skater slang similar to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter
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Norimaro has an unused animation where he looks down before crouching down on the ground, this is possibly a special win pose for when he had defeated Chun-Li or Sakura, where he would look up their skirts. This seems to be linked to the special intro Norimaro has with Chun-Li and Sakura.
Contributed by Zpace Jockey
Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes
In the Japanese version of the game "Air Combos" are referred to as "Aerial Raves". There is a sound file in the international versions of the game of the announcer saying "Aerial Rave!", which goes unused due to the change.
Contributed by Takahashi2212
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter
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Apocalypse has an unused attack, where one of his hands turns into a pincer which slowly moves towards the opponent, pushing them back. The attack deals no damage, suggesting that it was unfinished.
Contributed by Zpace Jockey
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter
During development Norimaro had a throw that was removed from the final version, where he shoves his fingers up the opponent's rear, a Japanese prank called kancho. This move was supposedly removed at Marvel's request.

The sprites for Norimaro's kancho throw are not present in the final game.
Contributed by Zpace Jockey
Sonic Spinball
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Assets from the unfinished level, Genocide City (or Cyber City), from the game Sonic the Hedgehog 2, as well as some art supposedly from an unreleased game called "B-Bomb" are used in the stage "The machine".
Contributed by Mr Knowitall
Splatoon
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Sunken Scroll #26 contains an image of a fossilized human surrounded by a Wii U GamePad, a box with the Wii U logo, a disc, and a Wii Remote strapped to a Wii U Pro Controller. It's text says "A 12,000-year-old fossil of a creature with an odd internal skeleton. Its small skull indicates the creature was likely primitive with little intelligence. This specimen appears to have been fossilized in the middle of some kind of ritual."
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
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The Korean version of Samurai Shodown II has several differences compared to the other versions:
• Attract mode is completely silent. There are no music or sound effects regardless of the settings in the options menu.
• All blood is recolored to white.
• There are no in-game fatalities, though the referees still take away the opponent's corpse after the match ends.
• The background on the title screen is completely different.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
The Japanese version has online multiplayer, unlike the international versions.
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Undertale
The song "Death By Glamour" is a remix of the songs "Core", "Metal Crusher", and "It's Showtime".
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
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