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27th Apr '16 4:26:42 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* The ''SilentHill'' series:
** ''SilentHill1'': If you beat the game once you'll access the chainsaw. Do it twice with a good and bad ending and you get access to a Katana.
** ''SilentHill3'': Beating the game gives you access to the HEZZAH BEAM!

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* The ''SilentHill'' ''Franchise/SilentHill'' series:
** ''SilentHill1'': ''VideoGame/SilentHill1'': If you beat the game once you'll access the chainsaw. Do it twice with a good and bad ending and you get access to a Katana.
** ''SilentHill3'': ''VideoGame/SilentHill3'': Beating the game gives you access to the HEZZAH BEAM!
7th Jan '16 10:17:28 AM catmuto
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** [[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire The third-generation sixth generation remakes]] unlock the ''Delta Episode'', a short episode that involves a meteor threatening to hit Hoenn, the ability to fight and catch Deoxsys and it includes a nod to the original ''Ruby & Sapphire'', implying it to be an Alternate Universe of Omega Ruby and Alpha sapphire.


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* ''Franchise/TalesSeries''
** ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia'' unlocks the BonusDungeon Labyrinth of Memories and a 200-Man-Melee battle in the colisseum.
** ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' unlocks the BonusDungeon Magna Zero, a dungeon that contains the BonusBoss The Golden Knight and allows the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Fell Arms]] to unlock their true potential.
** ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia2'' unlocks a new Elite Rank in the battle arena; new items to be forged as Custom Orders, including the option to unseal the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Sealed Weapons]]; an extra dungeon with the Illusory Darkness, which takes the [[RelationshipValues Affinity system]] into play and contains a battle against Cless and Stahn from ''Phantasia'' and ''Destiny'', respectively. Finally, the player also unlocks two new sidequests that involve Mint and Rutee, from the same games, who join Cless and Stahn in the battle arena, once they are defeated in the Illusory Darkness.
27th Dec '15 5:01:24 AM MagwitchOo
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** ''Jak3Wastelander'' unlocks more or less the same as 2, but it let's you choose what you want to buy instead of requiring to reach an specific amount of orbs.

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** ''Jak3Wastelander'' unlocks more or less the same as 2, but it let's you choose what you want to buy instead of requiring to reach an a specific amount of orbs.
27th Dec '15 4:55:20 AM MagwitchOo
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* After beating ''Journey'' and obtaining the White Robe, many players play through again searching for (and guiding Red Cloaks to) areas that have come to be known by the community as "Glitchlands", areas in various levels where it is possible to slip through the game world's boundaries and wander in a glitchy outside-the-world area full of new sights, sounds and even NPCs not encountered in regular gameplay.

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* After beating ''Journey'' and obtaining the White Robe, many players play through again searching for (and guiding Red Cloaks to) areas that have come to be known by the community as "Glitchlands", areas in various levels where it is possible to slip through the game world's boundaries and wander in a glitchy outside-the-world area full of new sights, sounds and even NPCs [=NPCs=] not encountered in regular gameplay.
19th Dec '15 7:11:11 PM Ygdrasel
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* After beating ''VideoGame/Journey'' and obtaining the White Robe, many players play through again searching for (and guiding Red Cloaks to) areas that have come to be known by the community as "Glitchlands", areas in various levels where it is possible to slip through the game world's boundaries and wander in a glitchy outside-the-world area full of new sights, sounds and even NPCs not encountered in regular gameplay.

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* After beating ''VideoGame/Journey'' ''Journey'' and obtaining the White Robe, many players play through again searching for (and guiding Red Cloaks to) areas that have come to be known by the community as "Glitchlands", areas in various levels where it is possible to slip through the game world's boundaries and wander in a glitchy outside-the-world area full of new sights, sounds and even NPCs not encountered in regular gameplay.
19th Dec '15 7:08:34 PM Ygdrasel
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* After beating ''VideoGame/Journey'' and obtaining the White Robe, many players play through again searching for (and guiding Red Cloaks to) areas that have come to be known by the community as "Glitchlands", areas in various levels where it is possible to slip through the game world's boundaries and wander in a glitchy outside-the-world area full of new sights, sounds and even NPCs not encountered in regular gameplay.
19th Nov '15 5:07:28 PM nombretomado
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* The ''HarvestMoon'' and ''RuneFactory'' series have special crops you can only purchase once you have reached the end credits. Both game franchises allow you to continue playing, even though the main plot has finished.

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* The ''HarvestMoon'' ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' and ''RuneFactory'' ''VideoGame/RuneFactory'' series have special crops you can only purchase once you have reached the end credits. Both game franchises allow you to continue playing, even though the main plot has finished.
22nd Jul '15 4:59:29 PM nombretomado
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* The ''MegamanBattleNetwork'' series all have a fairly extensive post-game. It basically exists to allow the fairly complex combat system to be fully utilized, as the main game can be completed without too much effort, but the post-game requires you to really understand what you are doing.

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* The ''MegamanBattleNetwork'' ''VideoGame/MegamanBattleNetwork'' series all have a fairly extensive post-game. It basically exists to allow the fairly complex combat system to be fully utilized, as the main game can be completed without too much effort, but the post-game requires you to really understand what you are doing.
7th Feb '15 5:13:52 PM DKN117
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* In the 'Final Mix' and 'II.5' versions of ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', you must beat the FinalBoss once and then save on that file in order to make No. 1 of the Mushroom XIII appear, unlock the Data Rematches against the five Organization-XIII bosses fought in [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon The World That Never Was]], and unlock the fight against the [[BonusBoss Lingering Will]].
29th Oct '14 7:36:33 AM AG1995
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* ''VideoGame/HauntingGround'': Beating the game at least once (that is, getting one of the two good endings) unlocks the ability to change costumes at any point in the game, a couple of extra scenes that make late-game events make more sense, the ability to leave the castle early (yielding a new ending where Fiona avoids ever meeting Riccardo or Lorenzo) and, most significant of all, an optional Hard Mode.
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