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A second game was proposed to be produced featuring the hip hop group "Public Enemy", however after the commercial failure of the console ports of "Revolution X", development was canceled.
Brand new sprites of Junior can be found in the game's data, suggesting he was supposed to appear in the game.
At its early concepts Biohazard 3: Last Escape was going to have a mode where you could play as a zombified Brad Vickers (cut due to production costs) and Jill would have crossed paths with Leon, Ada and William during the story (cut due to continuity problems).
According to a pitch book that Climax Studios gave away, the original name for the game was "Silent Hill: Cold Heart" and it was going to have a female main character.
Arc System Works wanted Ryoyaro Dojima (Yu's uncle) as a playable character. Instead of a persona, he was supposed to summon his daughter Naniko to his side. This idea was rejected by Atlus.
During development, there was another Special Infected called the Screamer, when attacked or agitated, the Screamer would run to a safe location and yell out a loud Scream, calling out a horde of zombies. While it was cut, many things were retained from it. The idea of attracting hordes was given to the Boomer in the form of his Bile. The concept of having to avoid an enemy completely or suffer the consequences was given to the Witch. His scream was given to the Hunter, and his maniacal cackle was given to the Jockey.
The game was originally envisioned by SEGA to be a reboot to the entire franchise, and to build the game similar to the Adventure series, fearing that the previous "Sonic Heroes" and "Shadow the Hedgehog" had made the series stray too far. This also explains the realistic art direction that the game took, along with certain character interactions that don't make sense.
Data exists for a battle situation when the Trainer has no Pokémon, though it isn't actually used when entering a battle with no Pokémon in the final release. In this case, selecting any option other than Run shows the message "Hurry, get away!" This may have been a prototype for the initial battle with the wild Pikachu at the start of the player's adventure, as the player has no Pokémon at that point. It could also have been planned for a possible battle against a wild Spearow with Pikachu unable to battle, making it closer to the events of the anime.
Pac-Man's name was changed from Puck-Man because arcade operators feared vandals would alter the letter P to F on the arcade machine.
The stage fatality was left out of "Pit II" because it would require a lot of work to create falling animations for non-MK2 characters.
The game was originally called Conker: Live and Uncut. However, during development the game received heavy censorship. Even minor obscenities which were present in the original N64 version were censored.
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