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In the North American release, all references to alcoholic beverages were renamed to "juice" despite the fact that anyone who drinks it still becomes intoxicated.
The European versions of the game have 'Game Machines' rather than slot machines. As playing slot machines is needed to obtain TM64, the European versions of Platinum will occasionally reward the player with the TM while talking to the Game Corner's receptionist. The reason for this change comes from implementation of more aggressive and strict legislation in the European Union towards gambling.
Certain Captain games were changed (mostly for the Water Seven/Enies Lobby arc characters) in the American version, for example, Kalifa and Kaku were replaced with Cabaji and Mohji, Blueno was replaced with Pandaman, and Franky and the Franky Family were replaced with Buggy and Cabaji. All the mini-games were still the same in playability, but the models/audio/title card for each game were changed. Meanwhile, Rob Lucci's minigame was completely taken out of the American version.
The opening sequence in the game was heavily edited for the English dub (which was translated by 4kids). In the frames where Franky and the Franky Family were seen, it was replaced by in game screen pans of Buggy, Mohji, and Cabaji. Blackbeard, Enel, and the Foxy Pirates screen time in the opening was also replaced with gameplay footage. In one of the final segments, where it showed a group of characters, Wiper and Bellamy were replaced with Crocodile and Mr. 2 Bon Kurei, and Porche of the Foxy Pirates was replaced with Hina.
In the European release, Garp's profile incorrectly states that he was a legendary pirate (as opposed to a marine). This is true of both Wii and 3DS versions of the game.
Fingerless gloves appear on the PlayStation 2 version of the Hired Muscle outfit; in the PlayStation Portable version, only a wrist band is seen in regular gameplay, while the gloves are only featured in cutscenes.
In the Japanese version, Robo has a unique speech; he speaks with bits of katakana in his sayings and has trouble with pronunciations. Most of the robots talk in all katakana, with the exception of Johnny.
Margaret Moonlight's theme, "Philistine" plays normally in the American version of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. However, in the Japanese and European version of the game, a remixed version of the song plays during the boss battle.
Although the word "Cola" is clearly spoken, in the European version of the opening scene when Usopp activates Channel 0, the subtitle text reads that it is "Soda-Powered." The reason for this change is unknown, but is most likely down to legal reasons.
In Metal Gear Solid, Master Miller is depicted with blond hair and aviator sunglasses. However, Miller in Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake is depicted as an Asian-looking man with black hair. Revisions of Metal Gear 2 from the 2004 mobile phone and games onward depict Miller in his new design.
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