History Main / DancingBear

23rd Apr '18 9:23:50 PM Kotomikun
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* WebVideo/KizunaAI would be a relatively typical let's-player and Youtuber, if not for the fact that she's an [[ReclusiveArtist unknown person, or group of people]], who only appears in the form of a UsefulNotes/MikuMikuDance CGI model. She claims to be a [[ArtificialIntelligence "super AI,"]] rather than a human using motion-capture tools. This gimmick made her popular enough to [[https://us.jnto.go.jp/cometojapan/ star in a tourism campaign]], get an anime voice acting role, and [[FollowTheLeader spawn a number of imitators]].
17th Apr '18 10:34:53 PM Pisthetairos
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* '''The Brown Bunny'', an independent movie that advertised its unsimulated oral sex scene (starring director/actor Vincent Gallo), including a Hollywood billboard that featured it. The fallout from its critical bashingis also more interesting than the movie itself.
31st Mar '18 1:15:44 PM nombretomado
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** Nintendo themselves had long been renowned for having, compared to other game companies, a [[CensorshipBureau squeaky-clean image]], often forcing developers to censor their games for mature content such as violence, religion, or bad language. Even after they abided by the ESRB and allowed devs and publishers to include such things, what really stands out is the times Nintendo published an M-rated game ''themselves'', which to date is a very small list including ''VideoGame/EternalDarkness'', ''VideoGame/{{Geist}}'', new installments of ''Franchise/FatalFrame'', and ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta 2}}''.

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** Nintendo themselves had long been renowned for having, compared to other game companies, a [[CensorshipBureau squeaky-clean image]], often forcing developers to censor their games for mature content such as violence, religion, or bad language. Even after they abided by the ESRB and allowed devs and publishers to include such things, what really stands out is the times Nintendo published an M-rated game ''themselves'', which to date is a very small list including ''VideoGame/EternalDarkness'', ''VideoGame/{{Geist}}'', new installments of ''Franchise/FatalFrame'', ''VideoGame/FatalFrame'', and ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta 2}}''.
20th Mar '18 8:35:51 PM FordPrefect
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* Creator/AlfredHitchcock regarded ''Film/{{Rope}}'' as a failed experiment in stretching the limits of making a film [[TheOner as few cuts as possible]]. Film critics and historians would agree that the technical execution left much to be desired, but the writing and performances are still well regarded.

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* Creator/AlfredHitchcock regarded ''Film/{{Rope}}'' as a failed experiment in stretching the limits of making a film with [[TheOner as few cuts as possible]]. Film critics and historians would agree that the technical execution left much to be desired, but the writing and performances are still well regarded.
19th Mar '18 4:34:43 PM Phediuk
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* ''Film/ComradeKimGoesFlying'', a British-and-Belgian-financed RomanticComedy set and filmed entirely in UsefulNotes/NorthKorea.
25th Feb '18 9:52:15 AM 64SuperNintendo
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2nd Feb '18 12:12:41 AM ZombieAladdin
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* ''Pinball/{{Firepower}}'' proudly proclaimed that it had "Multiball" (a mode in which 2 or more balls are in play at a time) all over it: On its logo, on the artwork, on the sides of the machine, and all over its marketing, enough that Williams Electronics trademarked the word.


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* ''Pinball/JurassicPark'' was shown off and remembered for two things: The Raptor Kick, in which a ball going up a dead-end path would then be shot back to the flippers by a solenoid at a very fast speed; and a TyrannosaurusRex head that would bend down and swallow the ball. The former gimmick actually ''worked'', however, in that the phrase "Raptor Kick" would from then on become the fan term for any time this assembly reappeared in a pinball machine. It helped that players genuinely liked the gameplay as a whole. The ''T. Rex'' eating the ball, on the other hand, was prone to mechanical problems and thus rarely imitated.


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* The draw of ''Predator'' was almost solely in the fact that it was being made and manufactured by a company other than Creator/{{Stern}}, which at that point was the only manufacturer of pinball machines larger than a garage and the only one big enough to secure licensed properties. This company, Skit-B, was seen among pinball fans largely as a fresh and young competitor for the then-stagnent Stern, and the fans paid relatively little attention to the game itself compared to it being a Stern alternative. Things fell apart for this project later on[[note]]namely that its leader, Kevin Kulek, was discovered to not have the ''Predator'' rights at all and that he squandered all of the pre-order money designing more games he didn't have the rights for[[/note]], but up to this point, this was what the project was known for.


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* ''Pinball/TronLegacy'', prior to its release, was frequently boasted to have original music by Music/DaftPunk in the game, more so than anything about how the game actually played.
17th Jan '18 5:43:34 PM WoodyAlien3rd
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* ''VisualNovel/LoveAtFirstSight'' is a generic Kinetic VisualNovel set in a Japanese school which would pass unnoticed, were it not for the fact that Sachi Usui, the heroine to be romanced, is a CuteMonsterGirl, specifically a {{Cyclops}}. There's no real explanation for this and it doesn't even factor in the plot, for example the resident bully torments her... for being weak and submissive. [[note]]It's one of the author's fetishes, who explains in the notes that he made a game because in the US they're easier to make and distribute than paper ''{{doujinshi}}''.[[/note]]
28th Dec '17 3:54:00 AM jormis29
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* ''All the Money in the World'' had to entirely replace a major actor after Kevin Spacey's history of sexual assault was exposed, with his part being entirely re-shot with Christopher Plummer just a few weeks before its release. Several reviews commented that the seamless integration of the actor change is easily the most interesting thing about the film.

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* ''All the Money in the World'' ''Film/AllTheMoneyInTheWorld'' had to entirely replace a major actor after Kevin Spacey's history of sexual assault was exposed, with his part being entirely re-shot with Christopher Plummer just a few weeks before its release. Several reviews commented that the seamless integration of the actor change is easily the most interesting thing about the film.
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