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11th Feb '16 9:03:21 PM GastonRabbit
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Kuru Kuru Kururin was released on the North American VC today.
* ''VideoGame/KuruKuruKururin'' is a Nintendo series that focuses on a duck-like character who must pilot a spinning stick-shaped vehicle through mazes. Because the series never made it stateside, Kururin's vehicle appearing as an assist trophy in Brawl led to a lot of confusion from American gamers.
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* ''VideoGame/KuruKuruKururin'' is a Nintendo series that focuses on a duck-like character who must pilot a spinning stick-shaped vehicle through mazes. Because the series never made it stateside, got a North American release until 2016 (with the UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole release of the first game), Kururin's vehicle appearing as an assist trophy in Brawl led to a lot of confusion from American gamers.
7th Feb '16 8:51:45 PM brb1006
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* In 2014 Studio 100 created a movie based on Literature/MayaTheBee which was released in 2014 (2015 for the United States and Australia). Since Studio 100 is a Belgian company, various Studio 100 characters such as [[http://www.animaatjes.nl/cliparts/cartoons/piet-piraat/clipart_piet-piraat_animaatjes-0.jpg "Piet Piraat"]] and SamsonEnGert make a cameo during the opening as clouds. Both Piet Piraat and SamsonEnGert are from the same studio and a very popular in Belgium. However, both are unknown to other countries leaving some non-Belgians confused with these characters.
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* In 2014 Studio 100 {{Creator/Studio100}} created a movie based on Literature/MayaTheBee which was released in 2014 (2015 for the United States and Australia). Since Studio 100 is a Belgian company, various Studio 100 characters such as [[http://www.animaatjes.nl/cliparts/cartoons/piet-piraat/clipart_piet-piraat_animaatjes-0.jpg "Piet Piraat"]] and SamsonEnGert make a cameo during the opening as clouds. Both Piet Piraat and SamsonEnGert are from the same studio and a very popular in Belgium. However, both are unknown to other countries leaving some non-Belgians confused with these characters.
31st Jan '16 12:45:36 AM ThemJohns
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* But this happened ''again''. When Corrin, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' was announced as a DLC character for ''Smash 4'', ''Fates'' had already been released in Japan a few months before, but not internationally. Corrin is scheduled to be released in Smash on Feb. 3, 2016 for the US (Feb. 4th for Europe), 2 weeks before ''Fates's'' US release date (and longer for Europe). WordOfGod says this was an InvokedTrope.
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* But this happened ''again''. When Corrin, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' was announced as a DLC character for ''Smash 4'', ''Fates'' had already been released in Japan a few months before, but not internationally. Corrin is scheduled to be released in Smash on Feb. 3, 2016 for the US (Feb. 4th for Europe), 2 weeks before ''Fates's'' US release date (and longer for Europe). WordOfGod says this was an InvokedTrope. InvokedTrope, similar to Roy's situation.
31st Jan '16 12:38:10 AM ThemJohns
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* But this happened ''again''. When Corrin, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' was announced as a DLC character for ''Smash 4'', ''Fates'' had already been released in Japan a few months before, but not internationally. Corrin is scheduled to be released in Smash on Feb. 3, 2016 for the US (Feb. 4th for Europe), 2 weeks before ''Fates's'' US release date (and longer for Europe).
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* But this happened ''again''. When Corrin, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' was announced as a DLC character for ''Smash 4'', ''Fates'' had already been released in Japan a few months before, but not internationally. Corrin is scheduled to be released in Smash on Feb. 3, 2016 for the US (Feb. 4th for Europe), 2 weeks before ''Fates's'' US release date (and longer for Europe). Europe). WordOfGod says this was an InvokedTrope.
31st Jan '16 12:36:18 AM ThemJohns
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* But this happened ''again''. Corrin, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' was slated to be added as a DLC character for ''Smash 4'', but when the announcement was made, ''Fates'' had already been released in Japan a few months before, but not internationally. Corrin was made available for Feb. 3, 2016 for the US (Feb. 4th for Europe) while ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' was not yet released internationally.
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* But this happened ''again''. When Corrin, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' was slated to be added announced as a DLC character for ''Smash 4'', but when the announcement was made, ''Fates'' had already been released in Japan a few months before, but not internationally. Corrin was made available for is scheduled to be released in Smash on Feb. 3, 2016 for the US (Feb. 4th for Europe) while ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' was not yet released internationally. Europe), 2 weeks before ''Fates's'' US release date (and longer for Europe).
30th Jan '16 11:20:49 PM yomyma2
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* But then it happened ''again''... Sort of. Corrin, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' is slated to be added as a DLC character for ''Smash 4'', but when the announcement was made, ''Fates'' had already been released in Japan a few months before, but not internationally. When Corrin ''does'' become available for download in Smash, the game will be released by that time.
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* But then it this happened ''again''... Sort of. ''again''. Corrin, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' is was slated to be added as a DLC character for ''Smash 4'', but when the announcement was made, ''Fates'' had already been released in Japan a few months before, but not internationally. When Corrin ''does'' become was made available for download in Smash, Feb. 3, 2016 for the game will be US (Feb. 4th for Europe) while ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' was not yet released by that time. internationally.
30th Dec '15 9:12:18 AM Midna
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** On the opposite side of things, several characters from ''WesternAnimation/SonicTheHedgehog'' and ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'' made their only (to date) Japanese appearance in ''Sonic Spinball''.
26th Dec '15 7:43:37 PM MyFinalEdits
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just because it's "interesting enough" doesn't mean you're allowed to misindent
* The TropeNamer and current world record holder of this trope is, of course, Marth, the star of the original ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' game who made his (and the series as a whole) Western debut in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Melee]]'', over a decade after the first ''Fire Emblem'' game was released in Japan. His presence and popularity motivated Nintendo to release ''Fire Emblem'' games in the West at last. However, since that series uses mostly [[NonLinearSequel Non-Linear Sequels]], until 2009 Marth would not appear in any of [[Videogame/FireEmblemAkaneia his own games]], despite appearing in ''Super Smash Brothers'' twice. In 2009, the NintendoDS remake of his game (''Shadow Dragon'') at last reached Western shores. This was around ''eight years'' after the various Western releases of ''Melee'' and almost '''nineteen years''' after his initial Famicom debut in Japan. Because of how long it took to localize the game, [[GrandfatherClause Marth's Japanese voice is retained in the international versions of]] ''Melee'', ''Brawl'', and ''[=3DS/Wii U=]'', instead of being given an English dub. ** Interestingly enough, while ''Smash Bros'' is the way most people know of Marth, the Fire Emblem OVA, which received an English Dub, ''did'' come out in the states... making the instance of Marth having an English voice in ''VideoGame/CodenameSTEAM'' another instance of this, since that's where a lot of people know of Marth speaking English from, rather than the obscure OVA. (Which even predated the ''series''' release in the states. How weird is this?)
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* The TropeNamer and current world record holder of this trope is, of course, Marth, the star of the original ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' game who made his (and the series as a whole) Western debut in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Melee]]'', over a decade after the first ''Fire Emblem'' game was released in Japan. His presence and popularity motivated Nintendo to release ''Fire Emblem'' games in the West at last. However, since that series uses mostly [[NonLinearSequel Non-Linear Sequels]], until 2009 Marth would not appear in any of [[Videogame/FireEmblemAkaneia his own games]], despite appearing in ''Super Smash Brothers'' twice. In 2009, the NintendoDS remake of his game (''Shadow Dragon'') at last reached Western shores. This was around ''eight years'' after the various Western releases of ''Melee'' and almost '''nineteen years''' after his initial Famicom debut in Japan. Because of how long it took to localize the game, [[GrandfatherClause Marth's Japanese voice is retained in the international versions of]] ''Melee'', ''Brawl'', and ''[=3DS/Wii U=]'', instead of being given an English dub. ** Interestingly enough, while ''Smash Bros'' is the way most people know of Marth, dub. On a different note, the Fire Emblem OVA, which received an English Dub, ''did'' come out in the states... making the instance of Marth having an English voice in ''VideoGame/CodenameSTEAM'' another instance of this, since that's where a lot of people know of Marth speaking English from, rather than the obscure OVA. (Which Which even predated the ''series''' release in the states. How weird is this?)
26th Dec '15 7:29:25 PM SpaghettiBoy
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** Interestingly enough, while ''Smash Bros'' is the way most people know of Marth, the Fire Emblem OVA, which received an English Dub, ''did'' come out in the states... making the instance of Marth having an English voice in ''VideoGame/CodenameSTEAM'' another instance of this, since that's where a lot of people know of Marth speaking English from, rather than the obscure OVA. (Which even predated the ''series''' release in the states. How weird is this?)
26th Dec '15 7:25:22 PM SpaghettiBoy
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oops
[[AC:RealTimeStrategy]] * Sgt. Hammer, who makes her debut in ''VideoGame/StarCraftII Legacy of the Void'', originally appeared in ''VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm''... though she ''was'' based off of a generic unit that was given a name (and more of a personality) that existed since the original, making this a case where it overlaps with AscendedExtra.

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[[AC:RealTimeStrategy]] * Sgt. Hammer, who makes her debut in ''VideoGame/StarCraftII Legacy of the Void'', originally appeared in ''VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm''... though she ''was'' based off of a generic unit that was given a name (and more of a personality) that existed since the original, making this a case where it overlaps with AscendedExtra.
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