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Harvest Moon
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In the Japanese version, the title is made from planks of wood nailed together. For all other releases, this was replaced with a 3D-rendered sign.
Contributed by ClaudX
Earthbound
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Most drug stores became shops in the North American version, although the one in Dusty Dunes Desert still has a prominent "Drug" sign in front of it.
Contributed by ClaudX
Harvest Moon
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.
Contributed by ShyanVixen
Rhythm Heaven Fever
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In the Japanese release is a game called 'Manzai Birds', in which the player controls a crow in a Manzai comedy routine. However, in other versions, it was replaced with 'Mr. Upbeat', because of the nature of the Japanese dialogue.
Contributed by psyducklover13
Game & Watch Gallery
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In Australia, the game was called Game Boy Gallery 2 as it served as a sequel to the 1995 game Game Boy Gallery which was released exclusively in Europe and Australia, whilst in Japan it was known as simply Game Boy Gallery.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
Pokemon Platinum
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.
Contributed by Cavery210
One Piece: Pirates' Carnival
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.
Contributed by SOGESNAKE
One Piece: Pirates' Carnival
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The US boxart for the game actually takes images from another Japan only One Piece game, "One Piece: Round the Land". The only edit to the character images was that Sanji is holding two Wapol chests in the U.S. while in Japan, Enel was one of the chests as well.
Contributed by SOGESNAKE
One Piece: Pirates' Carnival
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.
Contributed by SOGESNAKE
One Piece: Unlimited Cruise 2: Awakening of a Hero
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.
Contributed by SOGESNAKE
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
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.
Contributed by ClaudX
Grand Theft Auto V
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In the Special and Collectors Edition of the game there is a double sided blueprint map. When looked at in UV lighting it reveals secrets and surprises.
Contributed by Funland47
Chrono Trigger
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.
Contributed by Psychospacecow
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
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.
Contributed by SOGESNAKE
Blast Corps
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The cover artwork for the Japanese release, known in Japan as 'BlastDozer', was originally intended to be used for the cover of the Blast Corps comic by Dark Horse Comics, but went unused.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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