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28th Aug '16 5:46:18 PM BugsFan17
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* [[Series/SesameStreet Elmo]] appeared as a guest on some UK kids' TV shows (and imported US material) before making his proper UK debut on ''Series/TheFurchesterHotel.''
24th Aug '16 8:07:42 AM Willbyr
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* ''Manga/{{Kinnikuman}}'' - While neither, the original manga nor anime were licensed for the US, toy company Mattel did sell a toyline of ''Kinnikuman'' figures under the name of ''M.U.S.C.L.E.'' When the sequel series, ''Anime/KinnikumanNisei'', was later adapted to the US, the title was changed to ''Ultimate Muscle'' in order to tie the series with Mattel's figures.

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* ''Manga/{{Kinnikuman}}'' - While neither, the original manga nor anime were licensed for the US, toy company Mattel did sell a toyline of ''Kinnikuman'' figures under the name of ''M.U.S.C.L.E.'' When the sequel series, ''Anime/KinnikumanNisei'', ''Kinnikuman Nisei'', was later adapted to the US, the title was changed to ''Ultimate Muscle'' ''Anime/UltimateMuscle'' in order to tie the series with Mattel's figures.
22nd Aug '16 2:53:48 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'s'' fourth movie introduced a character named [[Anime/BleachMovies Kokuto]] who would later go on to appear in the videogame ''Bleach: Soul Ignition''. Nothing wrong here; the movie wouldn't be dubbed for a good few years and the game would [[NoExportForYou probably never see the light of day outside of Japan]] (as is, sadly, the case with most ''Bleach'' videogames). ''Then, however'' comes the news that N.I.S America are releasing the game in the West under the slightly modified title; ''Bleach Soul Resurrección''. And apart from the name and the opening theme song which had to be changed due to [[ScrewedByTheLawyers licensing issues]], everything was left intact, ''including Kokuto'', even going as far as to giving him an [[Creator/TravisWillingham English voice]]. Given that his backstory was not given in the game and at this point, there wasn't even a FanSub of the movie available yet, a standard reaction to unlocking him is "Who the [[StealthPun Hell]] is Kokuto?"

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'s'' fourth movie introduced a character named [[Anime/BleachMovies Kokuto]] Kokuto who would later go on to appear in the videogame ''Bleach: Soul Ignition''. Nothing wrong here; the movie wouldn't be dubbed for a good few years and the game would [[NoExportForYou probably never see the light of day outside of Japan]] (as is, sadly, the case with most ''Bleach'' videogames). ''Then, however'' comes the news that N.I.S America are releasing the game in the West under the slightly modified title; ''Bleach Soul Resurrección''. And apart from the name and the opening theme song which had to be changed due to [[ScrewedByTheLawyers licensing issues]], everything was left intact, ''including Kokuto'', even going as far as to giving him an [[Creator/TravisWillingham English voice]]. Given that his backstory was not given in the game and at this point, there wasn't even a FanSub of the movie available yet, a standard reaction to unlocking him is "Who the [[StealthPun Hell]] is Kokuto?"
12th Aug '16 3:50:33 AM CybranGeneralSturm
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* ''VideoGame/MightyGunvolt'', as its name implies, features characters from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and ''VideoGame/MightyNo9''. What the title ''doesn't'' suggest, however, is that the game also features characters from a game called ''VideoGame/GalGun'', which is about a boy who accidentally gets shot by too many love arrows and is forced to spend a day at school courting one of four girls while fending off an UnwantedHarem. Ekoro, the apprentice angel from the sequel is a playable character alongside Gunvolt and Beck. Since [[RomanceGame Bishoujo games]] are hard to come by outside of Japan, ''Mighty Gunvolt'' serves as the international debut of the ''Gal*Gun'' cast. Additionally, Shinobu and Maya, the heroines of Double Peace (the mentioned sequel) have a cameo in the school stage. (Maya is only in Ekoro's route)

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* ''VideoGame/MightyGunvolt'', as its name implies, features characters from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and ''VideoGame/MightyNo9''. What the title ''doesn't'' suggest, however, is that the game also features characters from a game called ''VideoGame/GalGun'', which is about a boy who accidentally gets shot by too many love arrows and is forced to spend a day at school courting one of four girls while fending off an UnwantedHarem. Ekoro, the an apprentice angel from the sequel is a playable character alongside Gunvolt and Beck. Since [[RomanceGame Bishoujo games]] are hard to come by outside of Japan, ''Mighty Gunvolt'' serves as the international debut of the ''Gal*Gun'' cast. Additionally, Shinobu and Maya, the heroines of Double Peace (the mentioned sequel) have a cameo in the school stage. (Maya is only in Ekoro's route)
11th Aug '16 3:36:08 PM MatLShini
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** Also ''Tekken 3'' was not Gon's video game debut. There was a SNES Gon game released in 1994.

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** Also Also, ''Tekken 3'' was not Gon's video game debut. There was a SNES Gon game released in 1994.1994, ''Gon''.
11th Aug '16 3:35:00 PM MatLShini
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** Also ''Tekken 3'' was not Gon's video game debut. There was a SNES Gon game released in 1994.
10th Aug '16 7:03:55 AM CybranGeneralSturm
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* ''VideoGame/MightyGunvolt'', as its name implies, features characters from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and ''VideoGame/MightyNo9''. What the title ''doesn't'' suggest, however, is that the game also features characters from a game called ''VideoGame/GalGun'', which is about a boy who accidentally gets shot by love arrows and is forced to spend a day at school courting four girls while fending off an UnwantedHarem. Ekoro, the apprentice angel from the sequel is a playable character alongside Gunvolt and Beck. Since [[RomanceGame Bishoujo games]] are hard to come by outside of Japan, ''Mighty Gunvolt'' serves as the international debut of the ''Gal*Gun'' cast. Additionally, Shinobu and Maya, the heroines of Double Peace (the mentioned sequel) have a cameo in the school stage. (Maya is only in Ekoro's route)

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* ''VideoGame/MightyGunvolt'', as its name implies, features characters from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and ''VideoGame/MightyNo9''. What the title ''doesn't'' suggest, however, is that the game also features characters from a game called ''VideoGame/GalGun'', which is about a boy who accidentally gets shot by too many love arrows and is forced to spend a day at school courting one of four girls while fending off an UnwantedHarem. Ekoro, the apprentice angel from the sequel is a playable character alongside Gunvolt and Beck. Since [[RomanceGame Bishoujo games]] are hard to come by outside of Japan, ''Mighty Gunvolt'' serves as the international debut of the ''Gal*Gun'' cast. Additionally, Shinobu and Maya, the heroines of Double Peace (the mentioned sequel) have a cameo in the school stage. (Maya is only in Ekoro's route)
8th Aug '16 10:32:48 PM MisterCPC
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** Launch's U.S. debut was in the release of the second film, ''Sleeping Princess of Devil's Castle,'', which was released a year before she was introduced in Viz's run of the manga and years before Funimation would dub the series proper.
7th Aug '16 3:28:44 AM DrZulu2010
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* ''VideoGame/MightyGunvolt'', as its name implies, features characters from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and ''VideoGame/MightyNo9''. What the title ''doesn't'' suggest, however, is that the game also features characters from a game called ''VideoGame/GalGun'', which is about a boy who accidentally gets shot by love arrows and is forced to spend a day at school courting four girls while fending off an UnwantedHarem. Patako, the apprentice angel who serves as the cataclyst of the plot, is a playable character alongside Gunvolt and Beck. Since [[RomanceGame Bishoujo games]] are hard to come by outside of Japan, ''Mighty Gunvolt'' serves as the international debut of the ''Gal*Gun'' cast.

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* ''VideoGame/MightyGunvolt'', as its name implies, features characters from ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' and ''VideoGame/MightyNo9''. What the title ''doesn't'' suggest, however, is that the game also features characters from a game called ''VideoGame/GalGun'', which is about a boy who accidentally gets shot by love arrows and is forced to spend a day at school courting four girls while fending off an UnwantedHarem. Patako, Ekoro, the apprentice angel who serves as from the cataclyst of the plot, sequel is a playable character alongside Gunvolt and Beck. Since [[RomanceGame Bishoujo games]] are hard to come by outside of Japan, ''Mighty Gunvolt'' serves as the international debut of the ''Gal*Gun'' cast.
cast. Additionally, Shinobu and Maya, the heroines of Double Peace (the mentioned sequel) have a cameo in the school stage. (Maya is only in Ekoro's route)
28th Jul '16 8:51:01 PM billybobfred
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* Due to the DevelopmentHell ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' went through during localization, several iconic Pokémon characters made their first appearance outside Japan as stamps in the VideoGame/GameBoyCamera, of all places.
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