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29th Mar '17 7:33:03 AM erforce
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* Woody Allen's ''Film/WhatsUpTigerLily'' and Steve Oedekerk's ''Film/KungPow!EnterTheFist'' are what happens when the CutAndPasteTranslation is combined with the GagDub and played entirely for comedy.

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* Woody Allen's ''Film/WhatsUpTigerLily'' and Steve Oedekerk's ''Film/KungPow!EnterTheFist'' ''Film/KungPowEnterTheFist'' are what happens when the CutAndPasteTranslation is combined with the GagDub and played entirely for comedy.
27th Mar '17 3:13:29 AM RAMChYLD
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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchises- ''Diaclone'' and ''Micro Change''- together, and then giving the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US. Takara loved the change so much however that they eventually dropped both original franchises and imported the Transformers lore back into Japan.

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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', which was born out of mashing two of Takara's two unrelated franchises- ''Diaclone'' and ''Micro Change''- together, and then giving the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US. Takara loved the change so much however that they eventually dropped both original franchises and imported the Transformers lore back into Japan.
27th Mar '17 3:12:45 AM RAMChYLD
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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchises- ''Diaclone'' and ''Micro Change''- together, and then giving the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US. Takara loved the change so much however that they eventually dropped both the original franchises and imported the Transformers lore back into Japan.

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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchises- ''Diaclone'' and ''Micro Change''- together, and then giving the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US. Takara loved the change so much however that they eventually dropped both the original franchises and imported the Transformers lore back into Japan.
27th Mar '17 3:05:11 AM RAMChYLD
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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchises together, ''Diaclone'' and ''Micro Change'', and then gave the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US. Takara loved the change so much however that they eventually dropped both the original franchises and imported the Transformers lore back into Japan.

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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchises together, franchises- ''Diaclone'' and ''Micro Change'', Change''- together, and then gave giving the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US. Takara loved the change so much however that they eventually dropped both the original franchises and imported the Transformers lore back into Japan.
27th Mar '17 2:57:00 AM RAMChYLD
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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchises, ''Diaclone'' and ''Micro Change'', and then gave the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US.

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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchises, franchises together, ''Diaclone'' and ''Micro Change'', and then gave the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US.US. Takara loved the change so much however that they eventually dropped both the original franchises and imported the Transformers lore back into Japan.
27th Mar '17 2:48:42 AM RAMChYLD
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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to Franchise/{{Transformers}}, which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchises, ''Diaclone'' and ''Micro Change'', and then gave the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US.

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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to Franchise/{{Transformers}}, ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'', which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchises, ''Diaclone'' and ''Micro Change'', and then gave the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US.
27th Mar '17 2:48:16 AM RAMChYLD
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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to Franchise/{{Transformers}}, which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchise, ''Diaclone'' and ''Microchange'', and then gave the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US.

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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to Franchise/{{Transformers}}, which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchise, franchises, ''Diaclone'' and ''Microchange'', ''Micro Change'', and then gave the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US. US.
27th Mar '17 2:27:38 AM RAMChYLD
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* Infamously, Hasbro was guilty of this when it came to Franchise/{{Transformers}}, which was born out of mashing Takara's two unrelated franchise, ''Diaclone'' and ''Microchange'', and then gave the whole thing a completely new backstory, when importing them to be released into the US.
20th Mar '17 6:55:09 PM rjd1922
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** The manual of ''VideoGame/KnucklesChaotix'' has a completely different story in the Japanese and Western versions; in the Japanese version, Dr. Eggman takes builds his base called Newtrogic High Zone on an island when he discovers powerful artifacts called Chaos Rings there, and Knuckles goes there to investigate, while in the Western versions, Knuckles is the guardian of "Carnival Island," and must save it from Dr. Robotnik before opening day. In-game, it is still referred to as "Newtrogic High Zone" in all versions, and [[TakeYourTime there's no time limit]].
19th Mar '17 6:36:34 PM Midna
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** Working Designs was also known for jacking up the difficulty of the original game essentially at their own whims (the "gold vortex" mentioned above being only one example) by altering enemy stats and, occasionally, goods and service prices. This doesn't always negatively affect the gameplay, but when it does, it does so ''hard'' -- games like ''Popful Mail'' and ''Exile: Wicked Phenomenon'' are almost unplayably difficult in their English localizations, and even they admitted that forcing the player to pay magic experience to save the game in ''Lunar: Eternal Blue'' was a bad idea.
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