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Undertale has two secret endings that can be seen by doing a Spoiler:Pacifist Run after a Genocide Run. If the player chooses to stay with Toriel, Chara's face appears on Frisk and a lower pitched version of Flowey's laugh plays. If the player chooses to leave, the picture of Frisk and friends is replaced with a picture of Chara in Frisk's place and big Xs appear on other characters. This may be implying that Chara killed them after the game. The only way to get the true pacifist ending back is to either modify or replace the game's save files.
Contributed by Cavery210
Sengoku BASARA 4
Early DLC included costumes for Date Masamune and Ishida Mitsunari based on Dante and Vergil from the Devil May Cry series. Additionally, the promotional artwork shows Masamune wielding Alastor and Mitsunari wielding Yamato, Dante and Vergil's signature weapons.
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You can unlock Boba Fett as a playable character by using a cheat code. A message will indicate activation, but the code doesn't make Fett visibly selectable. However, on entering a race, whatever character you choose will become Boba Fett, flying in his ship, the Slave 1.
Contributed by Doctor Ink
Fallout 4
Codsworth, the players robotic butler companion, is able to say over 1000 English names in his dialogue, and refers to the player character as miss or mister, depending on the characters sex.
These include common English names, comedic names, and even crude ones. If the player chooses a name that Codsworth doesn't recognize, he will refer to male characters as "sir" and female characters as "mum" instead.
Contributed by Makzu
Super Mario Bros. 2
There is a full 14 second loop of the music that plays when in Subspace (based on the original Super Mario Bros.), which cannot be heard as the game boots you out after 7 seconds automatically. It can be heard easily when entering Subspace with a Star affect, then exiting Subspace just before the invincibility wears off.
Contributed by CuriousUserX90
Many of the cutscenes from the game were edited together to form an episode known as "the Lost Adventure" as a DVD extra for the show's film, The Beast With A Billion Backs. There were several changes made to this release compared to the game, such as different sound effects and removal of any fourth wall breaking.
Contributed by Tuli0hWut
World in Conflict
Collector's Editions of the game came bundled with an actual authentic piece of the Berlin Wall.
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Mortal Kombat X
The mobile companion app for the game has several unlockable costumes that can be carried over to the main game itself upon being unlocked.

Among the many unlockable costumes in the mobile app is Scorpion's outfit from Injustice: Gods Among Us, as well as Jax's farmer outfit from Story mode and a classic costume for Kitana.
Contributed by MightyKombat
Injustice: Gods Among Us
Green Arrow has a free downloadable costume based off of his depiction from the 2012 television series "Arrow."

Additionally when clad in this costume, Arrow's voice actor will change to Stephen Amell, his actor from the show.
Contributed by MightyKombat
The Banner Saga
Those who pre-ordered The Banner Saga or backed the game on Kickstarter received a special version of the game that gave them access to an exclusive party member; a Spearmaster named Tryggvi.
Contributed by Kitsune Hawk
Sneak King
Sneak King, along with other Burger King Xbox 360 games, are the only Xbox 360 titles which were backwards compatible with the original Xbox; a previous console generation.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
Spoiler:The Boss Rush Room that can be accessed by getting to and beating Mom in The Depths or Necropolis within 20 minutes consists of (nearly) every regular boss in the original Binding of Isaac and Wrath of the Lamb.
Contributed by Mass Distraction
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2
There are DLC costumes from Dynasty Warriors 7 and Samurai Warriors 3 for Nami, Nico Robin, Boa Hancock and Perona:
• Nami as Sun Shangxiang from Dynasty Warriors & Kunoichi from Samurai Warriors.
• Nico Robin as Xingcai from Dynasty Warriors & Kai from Samurai Warriors.
• Boa Hancock as Diaochan from Dynasty Warriors & Naotora Ii from Samurai Warriors.
• Perona as Wang Yuanji from Dynasty Warriors & Okuni from Samurai Warriors.

This is most likely because ##Omega Force## developed both the Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors series.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
The Lion King
Several levels and characters that appear throughout the game come from deleted scenes from the Lion King movie. During the film's production, the transition from young Simba to adult Simba was originally much longer, and featured a number of the events that occur within the game. Because the game was being produced alongside the film, these levels were being created during the point when it was decided to have these scenes removed from the film. It was decided to keep these levels and characters kept in the game, even though they never appear in the film's theatrical release.
Contributed by Dazz
The development team was able to provide planned box art by Fumito Ueda's and additional features such as a two-player mode in time for the game's Japanese and PAL releases, but these weren't ready in time for Sony's planned North American release date.
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Tales of Xillia 2
As a pre-order incentive for some regions, three DLC costumes are available for Jude, Milla and Ludger, based off of previous Tales series protagonists. Jude gets an outfit based off of Yuri Lowell from Tales of Vesperia, Milla gets Asbel Lhant's outfit from Tales of Graces f and Ludger gets Emil Castagnier's outfit from Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World.

Jude and Milla's outfits can also be used in Xillia 1 once bought.
Contributed by MightyKombat
Tales of Graces f
Special "Tales series" costumes are available as downloadable content for the game, each costume being based off of characters from different games in the series.

Asbel: Leon Magnus from Tales of Destiny
Sophie: Anise Tatlin from Tales of the Abyss
Cheria: Natalia Luzu Kimlasca Lanvaldear from Tales of the Abyss
Malik: Raven from Tales of Vesperia
Hubert: Flynn Scifo from Tales of Vesperia
Pascal: Harold Berselius from Tales of Destiny 2
Richard: Zelos Wilder from Tales of Symphonia.

In addition, pre-orders and Day One editions of the game included exclusive costumes based off of characters from Tales of Destiny 1 and 2:

Asbel: Kyle Dunamis from Destiny 2
Sophie: Rutee Katrea from Destiny
Richard: Judas from Destiny 2

Wearing any of these costumes changes the battle and victory music to tunes from the current player character's costume's home game.
Contributed by MightyKombat
Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando
Using the dynamo on the game pyramid in clank's apartment will start the "Sheep Blasters" mini game without having to beat the game first. This mini game is unlocked normally by simply beating the game for the first time.
Contributed by GoldenFloor
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure
In the level "Lost City of Copan", there is a secret portal that will transport the player to a playable version of the original Atari 2600 game, Pitfall! Two scorpion enemies from Pitfall! can be found just before discovering the hidden portal.
Contributed by usyboroda
Earthworm Jim
In the special edition version of the game, the player is treated to a motivational speech after beating the game on hard mode. Also included is a bonus animation of Jim reacting to Princess What's-Her-Face in the style of a Tex Avery cartoon.
Contributed by CLXcool
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