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1st Sep '17 9:08:56 AM NNinja
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* [[http://www.gry-online.pl/S016.asp?ID=31082 Certain polish review]] of ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma'' mistakenly claims that Carlos and Q are returning characters, when both appeared in the ''VisualNovel/Zero Escape'' series for the first time. It also claims that game takes place on Mars. The test site where game takes place is supposed to ''simulate'' conditions on Mars and is in fact placed on Nevada desert, something everyone is well aware of.

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* [[http://www.gry-online.pl/S016.asp?ID=31082 Certain polish review]] of ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma'' mistakenly claims that Carlos and Q are returning characters, when both appeared in the ''VisualNovel/Zero Escape'' ''VisualNovel/ZeroEscape'' series for the first time. It also claims that game takes place on Mars. The test site where game takes place is supposed to ''simulate'' conditions on Mars and is in fact placed on Nevada desert, something everyone is well aware of.
25th Aug '17 6:31:13 PM Pinokio
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* ''Magazine/{{Mad}}'' #292: Mario Brothers are on the cover. Luigi is based on the second player color palette, with green irises, green boots and green on part of his gloves. Readers were quick to point out, if he is Luigi, his cap should have an L on it and not an M like Mario.

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* The Mario Brothers are on the cover of ''Magazine/{{Mad}}'' #292: Mario Brothers are on the cover.#292. Luigi is based on the second player color palette, with green irises, green boots and green on part of his gloves. Readers were quick to point out, if he is Luigi, his cap should have an L on it and not an M like Mario.
2nd Aug '17 8:40:24 PM KagSwirby
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* ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}''

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* ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}''''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'':
2nd Aug '17 8:40:02 PM KagSwirby
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* [[http://www.nydailynews.com/tech_guide/2011/10/24/2011-10-24_review_kirbys_return_to_dreamland_is_good_not_quite_epic.html This article]] for ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamland'' describes Kirby as "Everyone's favorite ghost".

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* ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}''
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[[http://www.nydailynews.com/tech_guide/2011/10/24/2011-10-24_review_kirbys_return_to_dreamland_is_good_not_quite_epic.html This article]] for ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamland'' describes Kirby as "Everyone's favorite ghost".



** The official Prima strategy guide for ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'' has a description that claims 02 is a "benevolent creature" who "rarely presents any trouble in the cloud levels of Shiver Star." This is wrong because 02 is not only ''not a nice guy'', he's actually the TrueFinalBoss of the game, and doesn't appear on Shiver Star at all. He's fought on Dark Star, which isn't even mentioned in the guide.



* The official Prima strategy guide for ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'' has a description that claims 02 is a "benevolent creature" who "rarely presents any trouble in the cloud levels of Shiver Star." This is wrong because 02 is not only ''not a nice guy'', he's actually the TrueFinalBoss of the game, and doesn't appear on Shiver Star at all. He's fought on Dark Star, which isn't even mentioned in the guide.
2nd Aug '17 8:23:59 PM KagSwirby
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* ''CowboyBebopAtHisComputer/{{Pokemon}}''
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2nd Aug '17 8:21:45 PM KagSwirby
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonChannel'' ''is'' primarily about watching television with Pikachu, but the article claims there is literally nothing else to do in the game.
1st Aug '17 8:31:49 AM Smash641
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* One magazine got a few things about ''Mega Man X2'' wrong. Most notably that Mega Man is fighting reploids in space who kidnapped his robo-dog, Zero.

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* One magazine got a few things about ''Mega Man X2'' ''VideoGame/MegaManX2'' wrong. Most notably that Mega Man is fighting reploids in space who kidnapped his robo-dog, Zero.
1st Aug '17 8:30:50 AM Smash641
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* One magazine got a few things about ''Mega Man X2'' wrong. Most notably that Mega Man is fighting reploids in space who kidnapped his robo-dog, Zero.
31st Jul '17 6:22:38 PM DragonRanger
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* Gearnuke, in an [[http://gearnuke.com/dragon-quest-xi-reportedly-heading-west/ article]] reporting that ''VideoGame/DragonQuestXI'' may be getting exported after all, apparently claims that the Wii, Wii U, and PS4 (which all had releases of ''VideoGame/DragonQuestX'') are not consoles - saying that "It[Dragon Quest XI] is an important project for the franchise because it marks the return of the series to consoles. The last time a Dragon Quest game was released on a console was with VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII in 2005." Either someone didn't do their research, or they forgot to include that this would be a major release in the West - since ''VideoGame/DragonQuestX'' was and still is NoExportForYou.
24th Jul '17 3:59:36 PM Sammettik
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** Even the ''Hyrule Historia'' had its share of typos. On the page describing the six sages, the Fire Medallion is incorrectly placed next to Nabooru, the Sage of Spirit, while the Spirit Medallion is placed next to Darunia, the Sage of Fire. This is somewhat understandable, since the one arranging the graphics probably thought the yellow Spirit Medallion looked more fitting next to the gold-skinned Goron, and likewise for the red Fire Medallion and the red-haired woman (the other medallions/sages are color coordinated as such). However another error in the book involves the picture choice in the Official Timeline. To denote the placement of the game Four Swords in the timeline, they used a promotional picture from the Link to the Past GBA port with the Four Swords game built into it. The result is a split-screen picture with [=LttP=] Link on the left and the four Links of FS in the space that is strictly labled "Four Swords." The book also incorrectly labels the Wind Waker promotional art as being "from Niko's picture show."
** Nintendo Dream Magazine's Hyrule Encyclopedia contains several theories and speculation with little to no basis or rationale in canon, though they at least ''admit'' to speculating early on. However, their theory that the Triforce was completely destroyed at the end of ''Wind Waker'' is just flat-out untrue, as 1: the Triforce separates but remains intact in the ending and 2: ''Link Between Worlds'' shows that destroying the Triforce would cause the world to fall apart, which it clearly ''didn't'', as the world showed no signs of decay in ''Phantom Hourglass'' and is still whole 100 years later in ''Spirit Tracks''.

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** Even the ''Hyrule Historia'' had its share of typos. On the page describing the six sages, the Fire Medallion is incorrectly placed next to Nabooru, the Sage of Spirit, while the Spirit Medallion is placed next to Darunia, the Sage of Fire. This is somewhat understandable, since the one arranging the graphics probably thought the yellow Spirit Medallion looked more fitting next to the gold-skinned Goron, and likewise for the red Fire Medallion and the red-haired woman (the other medallions/sages are color coordinated as such). However another error in the book involves the picture choice in the Official Timeline. To denote the placement of the game Four Swords in the timeline, they used a promotional picture from the Link to the Past GBA port with the Four Swords game built into it. The result is a split-screen picture with [=LttP=] Link on the left and the four Links of FS in the space that is strictly labled "Four Swords." The book also incorrectly labels the Wind Waker ''Wind Waker'' promotional art as being "from Niko's picture show."
** Nintendo Dream Magazine's Hyrule Encyclopedia ''Hyrule Encyclopedia'' contains several theories and speculation with little to no basis or rationale in canon, though they at least ''admit'' to speculating early on. However, their theory that the Triforce was completely destroyed at the end of ''Wind Waker'' is just flat-out untrue, as 1: the Triforce separates but remains intact in the ending and 2: ''Link Between Worlds'' shows that destroying the Triforce would cause the world to fall apart, which it clearly ''didn't'', as the world showed no signs of decay in ''Phantom Hourglass'' and is still whole 100 years later in ''Spirit Tracks''.
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