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Concept art shows that Mii Kouryuji had a different hairstyle, which was changed one month after the character designs were completed.
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The Thing
Computer Artworks, the developer of the game, were in the process of developing a sequel, The Thing 2. However, the conception was cut short due to the company shutting down.
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By playing as Peachette in the final level of Peach's Castle, the real Peach will act confused before the fight plays as normal.
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A port of the game for the Nintendo 64 was in development, however it was eventually canceled. It was shown off at E3 98 and would've featured split-screen multiplayer and closely resembled the PC version.
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One of the title's mini-games is called "Dodge Fuzzy, Get Dizzy," a reference to the title of level 1-7 "Touch Fuzzy, Get Dizzy" in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island.
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Shenmue II
The Lucky Hit minigame is affected by both weather and temperature which affects the physical behavior of the ball.
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Series: F-Zero
In 2011, Nintendo of Europe approached developer Criterion to create a pitch demo for a new F-Zero game to be shown at E3 2011 alongside the unveiling of the Wii U. However, due to the studio at the time busy with development on Need for Speed: Most Wanted for multiple platforms, they couldn't spare any resources to create it in time so they turned down the offer.
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven
There are unused voice files in the game for Part 6 Jotaro, who isn't present in the final game aside from an image in the game's credits.
Contributed by ZpaceJ0ck0
Unlike other boss characters, Spoiler:Giga Bowser is classified as a fighter in the game's files, even having placeholder slots for alternate costumes.

These are likely leftovers from the previous game, Spoiler:where Giga Bowser appeared as a playable transformation.
Contributed by Boyobmas
In June 2018, Bethesda Softworks filed a lawsuit against the game's developer and publisher; Behavior Interactive and Warner Bros. Entertainment, claiming that Westworld was a ripoff of its own game Fallout Shelter, released in 2015 and also developed by Behavior Interactive. Bethesda had claimed that copyrighted code had been reused and even a bug which was present in an early version of Fallout Shelter could also be found.

On December 12th, 2018, a notice had been filed in federal court that both sides had reached an "amicable" resolution and would bear their own attorney's fees and costs.
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The cover of the song "Take Me Home, Country Roads" featured in the game received a vinyl release exclusively in Australia. The vinyl was included with the December 2018 issue of STACK magazine available from retailer JB Hi-Fi.
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Final Fantasy VII
In the early development stages, producer Tetsuya Nomura planned to have only three playable characters in the entire game. However, during a phone call with Yoshinori Kitase, they decided that one of the three characters should be permanently killed off. After the staff chose Aerith, Nomura created Tifa as another possible love interest for Cloud.
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Street Fighter II
At one point, the development team wanted to implement pressure sensitive buttons similar to those found in certain cabinets of the original Street Fighter, but they decided to go with a 6-button layout because that was the kind of arcade machine that was available to them.
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According to game's designer Richard Lemarchand, the Tibetan village in the game was inspired by the 2008 video game The Graveyard developed by Tale of Tales. The game's title affected him a lot more than he expected, with its simple experience of leading a slowly-moving elderly lady through a graveyard.

"I thought that in the same way that The Graveyard had created a space for me where I could reflect, so could our village."
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Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury
Near the scouter entries for Android #18 in the ROM are unused scouter entries for Android #13, Android #14, Android #15 and Super Android #13 from the movie Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13.
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The laugh of the exploding elf enemies sounds almost exactly like the Boo's throughout the Mario series. This is likely due to the clips being similarly sped-up versions of the same stock laugh sound effect.
Contributed by Boyobmas
Super Paper Mario
Six months after the American release of Super Paper Mario, American film director, producer, and screenwriter Seth Gordon, who's most recent works include the Pixels movie, had interest adapting a movie based on Super Paper Mario. Gordon was quoted saying, "I'd love, really love, to adapt Super Paper Mario into a movie, a movie that would constantly switch from 2D to 3D. In five years, 3D cinema is going to be really big." Gordon however specified that he never had the chance to speak with Nintendo about his envisioned project, so his idea was eventually forgotten.
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Super Mario Odyssey
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The art of Super Mario Odyssey reveals that Rosalina was going to appear in the game as a non-playable-character in casual attire with a guitar. The book also reveals several unused outfits for Mario, such as the green Sprixie Princess from Super Mario 3D world, a Toadette costume, a costume of a Luma from Super Mario Galaxy, and a costume of Mario in a Japanese school girl outfit.
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Super Mario Sunshine
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During the game's opening cut scene, multiple cuts of Peach on the airstrip seem to have an error where the texture for her earrings use the texture for her eyes. This mistake is seemingly fixed from her first close-up onward.
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The names of the post-game master trainers appear to be references to other outside media:
•The Pikachu master trainer Lass Iuke is a reference to voice actress Ikue Otani who voices Pikachu in the Pokemon anime.
•The Eevee master trainer Lass Aoi is a reference to Aoi Yūki, the voice actress for Eevee in the game.
•The master trainers for Zubat and Golbat, Scientist West and Scientist Keaton, are references to actors Adam West and Michael Keaton, respectively, who both played the superhero Batman.
•The master bird trainers Bird Keeper Barney, Bird Keeper Seymour, and Bird Keeper Moe, are possible references to the characters Seymour Skinner, Barney Gumble and Moe Szyslak from the animated series The Simpsons.
•The three ghost master trainers: Psychic Arin, Psychic Danny and Psychic Ross, are references to the members of the video game web series Game Grumps; Arin Hanson, Danny Avidan and Ross O'Donovan.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
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