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The Curse of Monkey Island
In Part III: Three Sheets to the Wind, the performance of the song "A pirate I was meant to be" was not played in non-English versions of the game. It's speculated the section was removed due to its intense usage of English rhymes, which would have been difficult to translate.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
The Western version of this game lacks a lot of content in the Japanese release. For instance, animated cut-scenes were removed, many missions and story branches were cut (making the plot linear) and the game was condensed to one disc instead of two. These cuts were due to poor sales of the game in Japan. However, fan-generated ROMs exist that allow overseas players to access this content.
Contributed by psyducklover13
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When Octo was brought to the west, Octo's color scheme was changed. This may have been done to avoid comparisons to racist stereotypes of black people. Interestingly, when the game finally saw a Japanese release no GameCube, they reverted Octo's color sceme back. Wario Land 3 also retains his original appearance in all regions.
Contributed by GamerBen144
In the Windows PC version, there exists several maps within the game's files that go unused. When loaded in game, none of the area's warps can be used and the player cannot interact with anything. The menu also lists an unused mini game title called "TEIKOI Game". It is unclear what type of game this would have been as when loaded into the game the map is nothing but a blank screen.
Contributed by ShyanVixen
Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon
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The Japanese script for the game features several instances of characters referring to the Flake Gang and Peach Mountain Shoguns with the term "okama," a Japanese-language homophobic and transphobic slur that, depending on the context, can derogatorily refer to gay men, transgender women, male crossdressers, and/or effeminate men; the organizations' members are men who dress and act in flamboyantly effeminate manners. In the English localization, all instances of "okama" are either replaced with the far more innocuous "weirdo" or removed entirely.
Contributed by game4brains
Castlevania II: Simon's Quest
In Japan, the game was originally called 'Dracula 2', but the game's creator and director, Hitoshi Akamatsu, thought of the title 'Simon's Quest' for the game's release in Western regions.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
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The game's international box art show only Mario & Sonic, while the Japanese version also features Luigi, Bowser, Amy, Yoshi, Peach, Dr. Eggman, and Knuckles.
Contributed by GamerBen144
Street Fighter X Tekken
Cole, Toro and Kuro all have continue animations for the Arcade Mode in the PlayStation 3 version of the game. Because neither of these characters are playable in this mode, these animations go unused.
Contributed by ShyanVixen
Street Fighter Alpha 2
In the international release the character's name Sodom was changed to Katana.
Contributed by ShyanVixen
Luigi's Mansion
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The training room is completely modeled out in the 3DS version compared to the original release on the GameCube. However, in both cases, the player cannot use the Game Boy Horror, making it impossible to see through normal means.
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Typing in "BR&ND@R@CKS" at the password screen in the Game Boy Color version will show off two shoutout images made by a developer: one of his friends and family, and another of his/her dog named Brando.
Contributed by GamerBen144
In the updated rerelease of the game, Wheel of Fortune 2nd Edition, unused categories regarding "Fictional Place," "Place," "Person/Title," "Foreign Word," "Slang," "Proper Names," "Song/Artists," and "Events" can all be found in the PlayStation version's data.
Contributed by GamerBen144
Unused categories regarding "Fictional Place," "Person/Title," "Slang," and "Foreign Word" can be found in the PlayStation version's data.
Contributed by GamerBen144
In the Dreamcast version's files there is text simply stating "Joe Rules."
Contributed by GamerBen144
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The game is called "Donald Duck: Quack Attack" in PAL regions.
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The data for the American version of the GBA release suggests that a Japanese version for the game was planned. However, because the GBA was discontinued the previous year in that country, it was cancelled.
Contributed by GamerBen144
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A bunch of rather vulgar passwords can be found in the GBA version's files. All of the passwords (except for B1TCHK!) are six characters or less, compared to the seven character passwords used for the game. Using B1TCHK!, however, doesn't do anything, making this also unused.
Contributed by GamerBen144
The song "Go Faster" by The Black Crowes can be found in the GameCube version's data.
Contributed by GamerBen144
The game has several .txt files within it containing long messages from the developers. One file called Wacky.txt lists a set of facts about the game.
Contributed by GamerBen144
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In the Wii version of the game, there are letters and numbers floating in the middle of empty space outside of SpongeBob's house.
Contributed by GamerBen144
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