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19th Jul '17 8:34:27 AM mr3urious
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* Billiards game ''Side Pocket 2'' for the Sega Genesis and Saturn was released in North America as ''Minnesota Fats: Pool Legend'', adding in said legend among other things.
* Music creation game ''Music 2000'' for the [=PlayStation=] was called ''MTV Music Generator'' in North America.
14th Jul '17 8:14:22 PM nombretomado
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** WWE last held The Great American Bash pay-per-view in 2009 (and even then, it was shortened to "The Bash"), but in 2012, they aired a special live episode of ''SmackDown'' as ''Super SmackDown Live: The Great American Bash''.

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** WWE last held The Great American Bash pay-per-view in 2009 (and even then, it was shortened to "The Bash"), but in 2012, they aired a special live episode of ''SmackDown'' ''''[=SmackDown=]'''' as ''Super SmackDown [=SmackDown=] Live: The Great American Bash''.
27th Jun '17 6:07:51 AM nightkiller
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* The ''Series/77SunsetStrip'' episode "One False Step" is based on ''Film/StrangersOnATrain''. Screenwriters ''Creater/RaymondChandler'' and Czenzi Ormonde and novelist ''Creater/PatriciaHighsmith'' are credited.
24th Jun '17 2:26:25 AM foxley
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* "The Case of the Vanishing Vehicle" in ''ComicBook/TheMazeAgency'' #3 started life as a script Mike. W. Barr wrote to submit to ''Series/{{Banacek}}'' before the series was cancelled. This explains why the plot deals with an 'impossible' theft, rather than a murder like the rest of the series.
10th Jun '17 2:31:47 PM nombretomado
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* Kemco's ''Crazy Castle'' games is a series of nothing but dolled-up installments where the American versions somehow managed to be more consistent than their Japanese counterparts. The original NES version of ''The WesternAnimation/BugsBunny Crazy Castle'' was actually a localization of a ''[[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Roger Rabbit]]'' game for the Famicom Disk System, while the GameBoy versions of ''Crazy Castle'' and ''Crazy Castle 2'' were originally ''MickeyMouse'' games in Japan, though Japan also got them as Bugs Bunny games in a CompilationRerelease. ''Crazy Castle 2'' was released in Europe as a ''Hugo'' game. ''Crazy Castle 3'' and ''4'' for the GBC were Bugs Bunny games in all regions (as was ''The Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout''), but ''Crazy Castle 5'' was made into a WoodyWoodpecker game. ''Crazy Castle 3'', however, was first released in Japan on the monochrome GameBoy as ''Soreyuke!! Kid (Go! Go! Kid)'', with Kemco's mascot Kid Klown instead of Bugs Bunny.

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* Kemco's ''Crazy Castle'' games is a series of nothing but dolled-up installments where the American versions somehow managed to be more consistent than their Japanese counterparts. The original NES version of ''The WesternAnimation/BugsBunny Crazy Castle'' was actually a localization of a ''[[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Roger Rabbit]]'' game for the Famicom Disk System, while the GameBoy versions of ''Crazy Castle'' and ''Crazy Castle 2'' were originally ''MickeyMouse'' games in Japan, though Japan also got them as Bugs Bunny games in a CompilationRerelease. ''Crazy Castle 2'' was released in Europe as a ''Hugo'' game. ''Crazy Castle 3'' and ''4'' for the GBC were Bugs Bunny games in all regions (as was ''The Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout''), but ''Crazy Castle 5'' was made into a WoodyWoodpecker WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker game. ''Crazy Castle 3'', however, was first released in Japan on the monochrome GameBoy as ''Soreyuke!! Kid (Go! Go! Kid)'', with Kemco's mascot Kid Klown instead of Bugs Bunny.
9th Jun '17 3:12:40 PM nombretomado
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* ''Game & Wario'' was not originally meant to be part of the ''VideoGame/WarioWare'' series, as explained in the game's promotional ''Iwata Asks'' interview. It was first designed as several generic TechDemos pre-installed on the WiiU before being retooled as a new IP featuring expended version of said tech demos. Difficulties linking the minigames together in a coherent storyline lead to the development team scrapping the original framing device and use the ''[=WarioWare=]'' characters.

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* ''Game & Wario'' was not originally meant to be part of the ''VideoGame/WarioWare'' series, as explained in the game's promotional ''Iwata Asks'' interview. It was first designed as several generic TechDemos pre-installed on the WiiU UsefulNotes/WiiU before being retooled as a new IP featuring expended version of said tech demos. Difficulties linking the minigames together in a coherent storyline lead to the development team scrapping the original framing device and use the ''[=WarioWare=]'' characters.
9th Jun '17 7:21:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''MichelVaillant'', a French animated series based on a comic book of the same name about a heroic race car driver who keeps getting mixed up in crime and espionage, aired in the United States on the Family Channel (now known as ABC Family) under the title of ''Heroes on Hot Wheels''. The show had nothing to do with the ''HotWheels'' toyline, other than the fact that Mattel sponsored the English dub.

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* ''MichelVaillant'', ''WesternAnimation/MichelVaillant'', a French animated series based on a comic book of the same name about a heroic race car driver who keeps getting mixed up in crime and espionage, aired in the United States on the Family Channel (now known as ABC Family) under the title of ''Heroes on Hot Wheels''. The show had nothing to do with the ''HotWheels'' toyline, other than the fact that Mattel sponsored the English dub.
9th Jun '17 7:21:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Bobwhite}}'': [[http://www.bobwhitecomics.com/?webcomic_post=20100216 This guest comic]] shows young Cleo's distraught reaction to ''Mario 2''.

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* ''{{Bobwhite}}'': ''Webcomic/{{Bobwhite}}'': [[http://www.bobwhitecomics.com/?webcomic_post=20100216 This guest comic]] shows young Cleo's distraught reaction to ''Mario 2''.
28th May '17 3:46:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''Game & Wario'' was not originally meant to be part of the ''WarioWare'' series, as explained in the game's promotional ''Iwata Asks'' interview. It was first designed as several generic TechDemos pre-installed on the WiiU before being retooled as a new IP featuring expended version of said tech demos. Difficulties linking the minigames together in a coherent storyline lead to the development team scrapping the original framing device and use the ''WarioWare'' characters.

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* ''Game & Wario'' was not originally meant to be part of the ''WarioWare'' ''VideoGame/WarioWare'' series, as explained in the game's promotional ''Iwata Asks'' interview. It was first designed as several generic TechDemos pre-installed on the WiiU before being retooled as a new IP featuring expended version of said tech demos. Difficulties linking the minigames together in a coherent storyline lead to the development team scrapping the original framing device and use the ''WarioWare'' ''[=WarioWare=]'' characters.
21st May '17 6:34:48 AM Ominae
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* Once upon a time, [[Creator/NamcoBandai Namco]] released a tennis game for the [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation PS1]] called ''Smash Court Tennis'' featuring [[SuperDeformed chibi-style]] player characters, which was eventually deleted and is quite rare in the West at least. Then there was a sequel, titled simply ''Smash Court 2'' in Japan. When translated for the Western market, it somehow managed to get itself endorsed by Russian tennis star Anna Kournikova and became known as ''Anna Kournikova's Smash Court Tennis'' (complete with chibified Kournikova as one of the playable characters!) This version is considerably easier to find than its predecessor.

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* Once upon a time, [[Creator/NamcoBandai [[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Namco]] released a tennis game for the [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation PS1]] called ''Smash Court Tennis'' featuring [[SuperDeformed chibi-style]] player characters, which was eventually deleted and is quite rare in the West at least. Then there was a sequel, titled simply ''Smash Court 2'' in Japan. When translated for the Western market, it somehow managed to get itself endorsed by Russian tennis star Anna Kournikova and became known as ''Anna Kournikova's Smash Court Tennis'' (complete with chibified Kournikova as one of the playable characters!) This version is considerably easier to find than its predecessor.
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