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2nd Feb '16 5:48:26 PM GrammarNavi
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* The World version of the ArcadeGame ''VideoGame/UndercoverCops'' may have been localized from a beta version, since it lacks a lot of moves and graphical details. This was fixed in ''Undercover Cops Alpha: Renewal Version'', a re-release that wasn't widely distributed--indeed, the CompilationRerelease ''Irem Arcade Hits'' presents the earlier, inferior version.
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* The World version of the ArcadeGame UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame ''VideoGame/UndercoverCops'' may have been localized from a beta version, since it lacks a lot of moves and graphical details. This was fixed in ''Undercover Cops Alpha: Renewal Version'', a re-release that wasn't widely distributed--indeed, the CompilationRerelease ''Irem Arcade Hits'' presents the earlier, inferior version.
1st Feb '16 3:38:45 PM NESBoy
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Example distillation.
* The Japanese version of ''VideoGame/OnePieceUnlimitedCruise [[UpdatedRerelease SP]]'' contained both parts 1 and 2 of the Wii version plus the new Marineford mode, adapting an arc the original game didn't include, but the European version is missing part 2 entirely. Worse, since this is a OneGameForThePriceOfTwo deal and the plot isn't concluded until the second game, it's effectively like getting half a game, not just one of two games. And to think the 3DS enforces a Region Lock for the first time on a Nintendo portable. Oh, and the game was still advertised as "''Unlimited Cruise SP''" with no indication whatsoever that half of the game was entirely missing. [[http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B006OK41SW/ref=cm_cr_dp_hist_1?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=0&filterBy=addOneStar Fans weren't happy.]] ** Slightly subverted in that the second game is eventually getting released as well, but as its own game. Making it even more OneGameForThePriceOfTwo. Still a middle finger for Europeans.
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* The Japanese version of ''VideoGame/OnePieceUnlimitedCruise [[UpdatedRerelease SP]]'' contained both parts 1 and 2 of the Wii version plus the new Marineford mode, adapting an arc the original game didn't include, but the European version is missing part 2 entirely. Worse, since this is a OneGameForThePriceOfTwo deal and localization [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo splits the plot isn't concluded until the second game, it's effectively like getting half a game, not just one of game back into two games. And to think the 3DS enforces a Region Lock for parts]], while still advertising the first time on a Nintendo portable. Oh, and the game was still advertised part as "''Unlimited Cruise SP''" with no indication whatsoever that half of the game was entirely missing. [[http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B006OK41SW/ref=cm_cr_dp_hist_1?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=0&filterBy=addOneStar Fans weren't happy.]] ** Slightly subverted in that ]] And to think the second game is eventually getting released as well, but as its own game. Making it even more OneGameForThePriceOfTwo. Still 3DS enforces a middle finger Region Lock for Europeans.the first time on a Nintendo portable.
23rd Jan '16 12:45:52 AM mystaura
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* Duran Duran's first LP "Rio" was remixed by David Kershenbaum for the US to give the album a dance/club-friendly sound compared to the rock-tinged original UK release of the LP. The US finally got the correct versions of the album in 1986 when Capitol released the album on CD.
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* Duran Duran's first LP "Rio" was remixed by David Kershenbaum for the US to give the album a dance/club-friendly sound compared to the rock-tinged original UK release of the LP. The US finally got the correct versions version of the album in 1986 when Capitol released the album on CD.CD. Because of the initial popularity of the dance remixes in the US, the re-release of the album in 2009 includes both versions of the album.
23rd Jan '16 12:42:07 AM mystaura
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* Duran Duran's first LP "Rio" was remixed by David Kershenbaum for the US to give the album a dance/club-friendly sound compared to the rock-tinged original UK release of the LP. The US finally got the correct versions of the album in 1986 when Capitol released the album on CD.
11th Jan '16 8:58:42 PM Prfnoff
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** ''VideoGame/RadiantSilvergun'' uses two weapon buttons instead of three, making many of the attacks unavailable, when played on US arcade cabinets.
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** ''VideoGame/RadiantSilvergun'' uses ''VideoGame/RadiantSilvergun'', when played on US arcade cabinets, only offers two weapon buttons instead of three, making many of the attacks unavailable, when played on US arcade cabinets.unavailable. This does not apply to the XBLA version.
11th Jan '16 8:56:52 PM Prfnoff
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** ''VideoGame/RadiantSilvergun'' uses two weapon buttons instead of three, making many of the attacks unavailable, when played on US arcade cabinets.
23rd Dec '15 12:20:34 PM Togie
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** A unique example lies in some events. Japan got the opportunity to get an Arceus, with a small chance for it to be shiny. South East Asia got codes for Arceuses too (which could be redeemed on both NA and Japan consoles), but without the chance to be shiny. ** Japan: Several {{Olympus Mons}}, including one that had a chance to be shiny. Europe: Darkrai, a powerful Pokemon with an amazing signature move. North America: Multiscale Dragonite, with nothing else special about it aside from Extremespeed, which was a commonly bred-on move.
17th Dec '15 6:53:19 PM nombretomado
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** ''VideoGame/MagicalDrop II'' hides the challenge mode from US {{Neo Geo}}s, and switches to an alternate voice bank [[InconsistentDub of sub-par quality]].
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** ''VideoGame/MagicalDrop II'' hides the challenge mode from US {{Neo UsefulNotes/{{Neo Geo}}s, and switches to an alternate voice bank [[InconsistentDub of sub-par quality]].
13th Dec '15 3:10:12 AM Angus_Old
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* Carmakers usually don't sell all versions of a particular car on every market. The most noticeable example is the American Euro car import scene. In most cases Americans don't get the diesel or less powerful petrol engine options and wagon body optionl
9th Dec '15 2:27:41 PM Pinokio
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* ''VideoGame/BustAGroove'': Frida's second player hair color is changed from black to blue. Four songs were replaced with English re-recordings, with three songs retitled: "Knife of the Blue Skies" became "Bust a Groove", "Crack a Smile" became "Shorty and the EZ Mouse", and "The Rumored Capoeira" became "CAPOEIRA". Hamm's ganguro appearance is altered to avoid similarities to blackface. Hamm's song "I luv hamburgers" replaces the line "[=McDonald's=], Burger King, or any other place" with ""Hamburger lovers let me hear you say ho" and removes "nigga" from the end. Pinky's song "I know" has the line "Nigga move!" toned down in volume. Hiro-kun is called Hiro and is no longer smoking. Strike's hip flask is changed to a can of soda. Strike's song "Power" has references to alcohol replaced with instrumentals.
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