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One Piece: Unlimited Cruise 1: The Treasure Beneath the Waves
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.
Contributed by SOGESNAKE
Out of This World
Nintendo of America had requested that any blood or nudity couldn't be shown in the Super Nintendo version, otherwise they wouldn't release it. Blood was either suppressed or changed to green, and the crack of the naked alien's rears was reduced by 3 pixels.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
Series: Metal Gear
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.
Contributed by SOGESNAKE
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker
The torture scene in which Dr. Strangelove electrocutes Snake with a lightning rod was altered from the original Japanese version. In the Japanese release, Dr. Strangelove uses a "Laughing Rod" to torture Snake.
Contributed by pAroxizm
Guilty Gear XX
The Korean release of the revision "Guilty Gear XX #Reload" has a different soundtrack than the original Japanese release. The Korean soundtrack was composed by Shin Hae Chul, formerly of the band N.EX.T.
Contributed by TailsFiraga
Pokemon Red & Blue
The international versions of Red & Blue are based on the Japanese version of Blue. Many changes were made in this version, including updated graphics and sound, as well as several bugfixes found in the Japanese versions of Red & Green.
Contributed by Funland47
Dead Island
The logo on the game's cover of the North American release was altered to feature the Zombie walking upright instead of hanging from the tree. This was due to the Entertainment Software Ratings Board's (ESRB) strict guidelines about the types of content which is considered appropriate to feature in advertising and marketing materials. The logo did however remain unaltered in-game.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
Tokyo Xtreme Racer 3
Due to an error in the North American release, it is impossible to face the final boss, thus making 100% completion of the game impossible.
Contributed by Skellart
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
There is a secret code in the Japanese version of the game. Going into the menu screen and entering DOWN, UP, RIGHT, LEFT, SELECT, START, SELECT, START, B will trigger Toad to appear and say:
Secret code found!
Now, let's take a look at your Status.
Nothing's changed at all.
But, what about your experience points......
Nope, nothing's changed.
There's no point in looking for other codes,
and the result will always be the same.
I'll play with you as many times as you like, though......
Secret Code END
Contributed by Cavery210
Pokemon Black 2 & White 2
If the player character is male and goes to the Rondez-View Ferris Wheel in Nimbasa City in an autumn month, they may battle an NPC named "Nursery Aide Enatsu" (June in English). In the Japanese versions of the game, June is actually a man disguised as a woman in order to secure a job as a Nursery Aide.
Contributed by Akuro
Final Fantasy VII
In the 2012 PC re-release, using a Save Crystal in a specific screen of the Northern Cave will display the area name in the menu and save file as "Secret Cow Level". This is a reference to the Secret Cow Level in Diablo II.
Contributed by gamemaster1991
Pokemon Crystal
In the Japanese version of Pokemon Crystal, players could use the Pokemon Mobile System GB to obtain a GS Ball as an event item which they could take to Ilex Forest. Using it at the forest's shrine would prompt an encounter where a wild Celebi could be captured. However, no equivalent event was ever offered to players of the English version of the game, thus rendering the GS Ball unusable/useless, and under normal circumstances, unobtainable.
Contributed by Funland47
Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal
On the North American cover, Ratchet is holding his weapon in his left hand rather than his right.
Contributed by GameLegends99
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3
According to Aram Jabbari, Assistant Manager of Public Relations and Sales, Persona 3's "M" rating in the United States is due to cultural differences between Japan and the USA.
Contributed by Outofmind23
The princess you rescue at the end of the game had her sprite changed in the American version. In the Japanese version, she was completely nude. When the game was ported to America, the sprite was changed so that she was fully clothed.
Contributed by gamemaster1991
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice For All
Juan Corrida had his name changed in the Spanish version to Juan Rivera (probably after the bullfighter Francisco Rivera Ordoñez). This may be because Corrida means cum-shot or orgasm in spanish.
Contributed by DeerBoarDude
Dead or Alive: Dimensions
Due to Swedish law, which states that it illegal for anyone under the age of 18 (real or not) to pose or be in pornographic material, the game was not released in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, as three of the fighters (Ayane(16), Kasumi(17), and Kokoro(17)) are underage and could be modeled into "pornographic" poses in the Showcase mode.
Contributed by gamemaster1991
Bomberman GB
In Japan, the game was called Bomberman GB 2 and was a direct sequel to Wario Blast: Featuring Bomberman! (known in Japan as Bomberman GB which didn't feature Wario at all).
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
Mega Man Battle Network 3
Meant to be a revised version for bug fixes and whatnot, Rockman.EXE3 Black was released in Japan some time after the initial EXE3 was released. Black was released internationally as Battle Network 3 Blue and regular, no-color EXE3 is known as Battle Network 3 White internationally. There are many differences between the two, such as an exclusive battle against Punk in Blue/Black, different color schemes for buildings and objects (the squirrel is ACDC park is an example), different Giga Chips, and Style Changes exclusive to each version.
Contributed by SonicManEXE
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Aside from owl saves, the American release of Majora's Mask had a number of other changes made to it, both aesthetically and to its game-play, such as making dungeons easier, or simply moving objects around.
Contributed by Superkidra
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