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30th Jan '16 8:55:30 AM Flame
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** In ''Series/PowerRangersDinoCharge'', several recycled monsters are visible in Sledge´s prison. One of the most obvious being Necrolai/Vancuria (difference unclear) in 'Wishing For Hero'.
29th Dec '15 8:01:37 PM Kadorhal
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** The ''Film/JamesBond'' licensed games occasionally get in on the prop recycling as well. ''VideoGame/{{GoldenEye|Wii}} Reloaded'' reuses, for instance, both the "TND-16" model from the game adaptation of ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and props from inside a German dam in ''Call of Duty 2''. ''VideoGame/DoubleOhSevenLegends'', in turn, reuses nearly the entire ''Reloaded'' arsenal.
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** The ''Film/JamesBond'' licensed games occasionally get in on the prop recycling as well. ''VideoGame/{{GoldenEye|Wii}} Reloaded'' reuses, for instance, both the "TND-16" model from the game adaptation of ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and props from inside a German dam in ''Call of Duty 2''.2''; it even reuses weapon models from the Wii version in the weapon cases at the Dubai level. ''VideoGame/DoubleOhSevenLegends'', in turn, reuses nearly the entire ''Reloaded'' arsenal.
26th Nov '15 6:23:11 PM jormis29
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* Creator/{{Gameloft}}: The worst offender is their 1st-generation (pre-iOS 5.1) FPS games. One M2 machinegun model is used in ''VideoGame/SplinterCell: Conviction'', ''VideoGame/RainbowSix: Shadow Vanguard'', and two of their ''Modern Combat'' games.

* Modern Creator/{{Ubisoft}} games like to do this whenever they can. Parts of the ''VideoGame/SplinterCell: Conviction'' armory are reused from ''VideoGame/RainbowSix: Vegas'' (most notably the AK-47 and AKS-74U prominently used in the flashback level set during UsefulNotes/TheGulfWar) with appropriate updates like actually changing the magazine model when the player upgrades their magazine capacity. ''Blacklist'' follows suit, grabbing the models for the "Goblin" and ACE 53 from ''VideoGame/FarCry3'', and possibly the SA-58 OSW from ''VideoGame/GhostRecon: Future Soldier''. ''VideoGame/WatchDogs'' is probably the most notable, taking models from all of the above, up to and including a ''fictional'' design from ''Future Soldier''.
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* Creator/{{Gameloft}}: The worst offender is their 1st-generation (pre-iOS 5.1) FPS games. One M2 machinegun model is used in ''VideoGame/SplinterCellConviction'', ''VideoGame/RainbowSix: Shadow Vanguard'', and two of their ''Modern Combat'' games. * Modern Creator/{{Ubisoft}} games like to do this whenever they can. Parts of the ''VideoGame/SplinterCell: Conviction'' ''VideoGame/SplinterCellConviction'' armory are reused from ''VideoGame/RainbowSix: Vegas'' (most notably the AK-47 and AKS-74U prominently used in the flashback level set during UsefulNotes/TheGulfWar) with appropriate updates like actually changing the magazine model when the player upgrades their magazine capacity. ''Blacklist'' follows suit, grabbing the models for the "Goblin" and ACE 53 from ''VideoGame/FarCry3'', and possibly the SA-58 OSW from ''VideoGame/GhostRecon: Future Soldier''. ''VideoGame/WatchDogs'' is probably the most notable, taking models from all of the above, up to and including a ''fictional'' design from ''Future Soldier''.
21st Oct '15 8:27:47 PM Katsuhagi
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* The wrecked plane set from ''Film/ScaryMovie 4'' is actually from the movie they were parodying, ''Film/TheWarOfTheWorlds''. It has also been used in at least two music videos. First by Ayumi Hamasaki for "do it again", then by Nicki Minaj and Rihanna for "Fly". In addition to that, it is part of the Universal Studios tour. * Likewise, the bathroom from the ''Film/SawI'' parody in ''Scary Movie 4'' was later used by the producers of ''Film/SawIII'' to save money.
17th Oct '15 1:34:46 PM themisterfree
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** Though it only showed up in Sentai footage, there's this big neon orb thing styled after an atom that kept showing up. It first appeared in ''Jetman'' in the villain's lair- it returned for ''Zyuranger'' and therefore MMPR, installed in the base of the Repulsascope. It showed up again in ''Dairanger'', as a part of the Dairenoh cockpit- this wasn't seen in ''Power Rangers'', as they didn't use the Dairanger costumes. It next showed up in ''Ohranger'' and/or ''Zeo'', again at the back of a cockpit, albeit this time it was the cockpit of King Pyramider/Pyramidas. It then popped up in ''Megaranger''/''In Space'', but only in one episode, as part of Gurail/Darkonda's lab. It's final appearance was in ''[=GoGoV=]/''Lightspeed Rescue'', in a corner of the demon's lair.
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** Though it only showed up in Sentai footage, there's this big neon orb thing styled after an atom that kept showing up. It first appeared in ''Jetman'' in the villain's lair- it returned for ''Zyuranger'' and therefore MMPR, installed in the base of the Repulsascope. It showed up again in ''Dairanger'', as a part of the Dairenoh cockpit- this wasn't seen in ''Power Rangers'', as they didn't use the Dairanger costumes. It next showed up in ''Ohranger'' and/or ''Zeo'', again at the back of a cockpit, albeit this time it was the cockpit of King Pyramider/Pyramidas. It then popped up in ''Megaranger''/''In Space'', but only in one episode, as part of Gurail/Darkonda's lab. It's final appearance was in ''[=GoGoV=]/''Lightspeed ''[=GoGoV=]''/''Lightspeed Rescue'', in a corner of the demon's lair.
17th Oct '15 1:34:07 PM themisterfree
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** Though it only showed up in Sentai footage, there's this big neon orb thing styled after an atom that kept showing up. It first appeared in ''Series/ChojinSentaiJetman'' in the villain's lair- it returned for ''Zyuranger'' and therefore MMPR, installed in the base of the Repulsascope. It showed up again in ''Dairanger'', as a part of the Dairenoh cockpit- this wasn't seen in ''Power Rangers'', as they didn't use the Dairanger costumes. It next showed up in ''Ohranger'' and/or ''Zeo'', again at the back of a cockpit, albeit this time it was the cockpit of King Pyramider/Pyramidas. It then popped up in ''Megaranger''/''In Space'', but only in one episode, as part of Gurail/Darkonda's lab. It's final appearance was in ''[=GoGoV=]/''Lightspeed Rescue'', in a corner of the demon's lair.
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** Though it only showed up in Sentai footage, there's this big neon orb thing styled after an atom that kept showing up. It first appeared in ''Series/ChojinSentaiJetman'' ''Jetman'' in the villain's lair- it returned for ''Zyuranger'' and therefore MMPR, installed in the base of the Repulsascope. It showed up again in ''Dairanger'', as a part of the Dairenoh cockpit- this wasn't seen in ''Power Rangers'', as they didn't use the Dairanger costumes. It next showed up in ''Ohranger'' and/or ''Zeo'', again at the back of a cockpit, albeit this time it was the cockpit of King Pyramider/Pyramidas. It then popped up in ''Megaranger''/''In Space'', but only in one episode, as part of Gurail/Darkonda's lab. It's final appearance was in ''[=GoGoV=]/''Lightspeed Rescue'', in a corner of the demon's lair.
17th Oct '15 1:33:32 PM themisterfree
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** Though it only showed up in Sentai footage, there's this big neon orb thing styled after an atom that kept showing up. It first appeared in ''Series/ChojinSentaiJetman'' in the villain's lair- it returned for ''Zyuranger'' and therefore MMPR, installed in the base of the Repulsascope. It showed up again in ''Dairanger'', as a part of the Dairenoh cockpit- this wasn't seen in ''Power Rangers'', as they didn't use the Dairanger costumes. It next showed up in ''Ohranger'' and/or ''Zeo'', again at the back of a cockpit, albeit this time it was the cockpit of King Pyramider/Pyramidas. It then popped up in ''Megaranger''/''In Space'', but only in one episode, as part of Gurail/Darkonda's lab. It's final appearance was in ''[=GoGoV=]/''Lightspeed Rescue'', in a corner of the demon's lair.
17th Oct '15 8:27:00 AM GovernorExplosion
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** The plants from Chell's room in ''Portal 2'' sometimes show up in later animations featuring the ''Team Fortress'' cast. Like the earlier Telltale example, it stands out, because the art styles don't quite mix. You can see them in the "Meet The Pyro" trailer, as well as the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mraRO_BNQG4 Steam Link]] introduction video.
12th Oct '15 3:24:48 AM Mullane
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** [[http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/inconsistencies.htm This site]] has a massive list of re-used ''Trek'' props, sets, [[RubberForeheadAliens make-up]], etc. Just scroll down and click on anything that starts with "Re-Used". [[http://www.modernprops.com/Details1b.asp?dept=195&category=290&item=1 These bad boys]] (a.k.a. the Blinky double tube that serve no purpose) have to be the ''patron saint'' of recycled props.
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** [[http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/inconsistencies.htm This site]] has a massive list of re-used ''Trek'' props, sets, [[RubberForeheadAliens make-up]], etc. Just scroll down and click on anything that starts with "Re-Used". [[http://www.[[https://www.modernprops.com/Details1b.asp?dept=195&category=290&item=1 These bad boys]] (a.k.a. the Blinky double tube that serve no purpose) have to be the ''patron saint'' of recycled props.
11th Oct '15 4:22:30 PM AllenbysEyes
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* The Aqaba set constructed for ''Film/LawrenceOfArabia'' in Spain was left standing for several decades, turning up in films like ''The Hill'' and ''Film/TheWindAndTheLion''.
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