History Main / RecycledTitle

27th Apr '17 1:51:31 AM Korodzik
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* ''VideoGame/{{Prey}}'': The [[Videogame/Prey2006 2006 game]] or the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/Prey2017 2017 reboot]].



* ''VideoGame/PunchOut'' - There were ''three'' games called ''Punch-Out!!'': the 1984 arcade game, the 1987 NES game, and the 2009 Wii game. There were also two sequels titled ''Super Punch Out'': the one for the arcades in 1985 and one for the Super NES in 1994.
* ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' and its [[MarketBasedTitle overseas title]] ''Puyo Pop'': the former could refer to a 1991 UsefulNotes/MSX2 / FamicomDiskSystem game and a radically different 1992 UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame, while the latter could refer to a 1999 UsefulNotes/NeoGeoPocket Color game, 2002 GameBoyAdvance game, or 2003 UsefulNotes/NGage game.



* ''VideoGame/SamuraiShodown'' - The series had a trilogy of [=3D=] games during the late [=90s=]. These were, ''Samurai Shodown 64'' and ''Samurai Shodown 64: Warrior's Rage'' for the arcade, which both ran on the Hyper Neo-Geo 64 hardware, and ''Samurai Shodown: Warrior's Rage'' for the [=PlayStation=]. To avoid confusion, the last two are called ''Samurai Shodown 64 Part II'' and ''Samurai Shodown: Warrior's Rage''.
** In addition, there were two Samurai Shodown games for ''UsefulNotes/NeoGeo Pocket'': ''Samurai Shodown!'' and ''Samurai Shodown! 2'' (the exclamation marks are part of their titles).



* ''VideoGame/PunchOut'' - There were ''three'' games called ''Punch-Out!!'': the 1984 arcade game, the 1987 NES game, and the 2009 Wii game. There were also two sequels titled ''Super Punch Out'': the one for the arcades in 1985 and one for the Super NES in 1994.
* ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' and its [[MarketBasedTitle overseas title]] ''Puyo Pop'': the former could refer to a 1991 UsefulNotes/MSX2 / FamicomDiskSystem game and a radically different 1992 UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame, while the latter could refer to a 1999 UsefulNotes/NeoGeoPocket Color game, 2002 GameBoyAdvance game, or 2003 UsefulNotes/NGage game.
* ''VideoGame/SamuraiShodown'' - The series had a trilogy of [=3D=] games during the late [=90s=]. These were, ''Samurai Shodown 64'' and ''Samurai Shodown 64: Warrior's Rage'' for the arcade, which both ran on the Hyper Neo-Geo 64 hardware, and ''Samurai Shodown: Warrior's Rage'' for the [=PlayStation=]. To avoid confusion, the last two are called ''Samurai Shodown 64 Part II'' and ''Samurai Shodown: Warrior's Rage''.
** In addition, there were two Samurai Shodown games for ''UsefulNotes/NeoGeo Pocket'': ''Samurai Shodown!'' and ''Samurai Shodown! 2'' (the exclamation marks are part of their titles).
26th Mar '17 1:05:31 PM DaibhidC
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** There are two short stories with the unlikely title of "Snow White and the Seven Keys to Doomsday", one in an annual and one in ''Literature/TimeLordFairyTales'', and both written by Justin Richards.

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** There are two short stories with the unlikely title of "Snow White and the Seven Keys to Doomsday", one in an the 2012 annual and one in ''Literature/TimeLordFairyTales'', and both written by Justin Richards.
26th Mar '17 1:03:41 PM DaibhidC
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* ''Film/TheMuppets'', the 2008 movie, is not to be confused with ''Film/TheMuppetMovie''. Or ''Series/TheMuppets'', the 2015 series. Good luck trying to use it in a sentence.

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* A famous example is PeterGabriel, whose first four albums were self-titled, only being differentiated by their cover art. His US label got tired of it, and refused to release the fourth one unless he gave it a title, and he quickly thought of Security. It remained self-titled elsewhere. The first three albums are known by fans as Peter Gabriel I, II and III respectively, and the fourth is either known as IV or by its US title. Some also refer to the first three albums as "Car", "Scratch" and "Melt" in reference to the cover art.

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* ''Film/TheMuppets'', the 2008 2011 movie, is not to be confused with ''Film/TheMuppetMovie''. Or ''Series/TheMuppets'', the 2015 series. Or Franchise/TheMuppets, the cast of characters. Good luck trying to use it in a sentence.

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* A famous example is PeterGabriel, whose first four albums were self-titled, only being differentiated by their cover art. His US label got tired of it, and refused to release the fourth one unless he gave it a title, and he quickly thought of Security. It remained self-titled elsewhere. The first three albums are known by fans as Peter Gabriel I, II and III respectively, and the fourth is either known as IV or by its US title. Some also refer to the first three albums as "Car", "Scratch" and "Melt" in reference to the cover art.
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* A famous example is PeterGabriel, whose first four albums were self-titled, only being differentiated by their cover art. His US label got tired of it, and refused to release the fourth one unless he gave it a title, and he quickly thought of Security. It remained self-titled elsewhere. The first three albums are known by fans as Peter Gabriel I, II and III respectively, and the fourth is either known as IV or by its US title. Some also refer to the first three albums as "Car", "Scratch" and "Melt" in reference to the cover art.
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26th Mar '17 1:01:57 PM DaibhidC
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* ''Film/TheMuppets'' is not to be confused with ''Film/TheMuppetMovie''. Good luck trying to use it in a sentence.



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* A famous example is PeterGabriel, whose first four albums were self-titled, only being differentiated by their cover art. His US label got tired of it, and refused to release the fourth one unless he gave it a title, and he quickly thought of Security. It remained self-titled elsewhere. The first three albums are known by fans as Peter Gabriel I, II and III respectively, and the fourth is either known as IV or by its US title. Some also refer to the first three albums as "Car", "Scratch" and "Melt" in reference to the cover art.

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* ''Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse'':
** Virgin used the title ''Twilight of the Gods'' twice:
A famous example is PeterGabriel, whose first four albums were self-titled, only being differentiated Second Doctor ''Literature/DoctorWhoMissingAdventures'' novel by Christopher Bulis and their cover art. His US label got tired of it, final ''Franchise/BerniceSummerfield'' novel by Mark Clapham and refused to release Jon de Burgh Miller.
** There are two short stories with
the fourth one unless he gave it a title, and he quickly thought unlikely title of Security. It remained self-titled elsewhere. The first three albums are known by fans as Peter Gabriel I, II and III respectively, "Snow White and the fourth is either known as IV or by its US title. Some also refer Seven Keys to the first three albums as "Car", "Scratch" Doomsday", one in an annual and "Melt" one in reference to the cover art.''Literature/TimeLordFairyTales'', and both written by Justin Richards.


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* ''Film/TheMuppets'', the 2008 movie, is not to be confused with ''Film/TheMuppetMovie''. Or ''Series/TheMuppets'', the 2015 series. Good luck trying to use it in a sentence.

[[folder: Music]]
* A famous example is PeterGabriel, whose first four albums were self-titled, only being differentiated by their cover art. His US label got tired of it, and refused to release the fourth one unless he gave it a title, and he quickly thought of Security. It remained self-titled elsewhere. The first three albums are known by fans as Peter Gabriel I, II and III respectively, and the fourth is either known as IV or by its US title. Some also refer to the first three albums as "Car", "Scratch" and "Melt" in reference to the cover art.
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15th Mar '17 6:55:51 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' and its [[MarketBasedTitle overseas title]] ''Puyo Pop'': the former could refer to a 1991 MSX2 / FamicomDiskSystem game and a radically different 1992 UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame, while the latter could refer to a 1999 UsefulNotes/NeoGeoPocket Color game, 2002 GameBoyAdvance game, or 2003 UsefulNotes/NGage game.

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* ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' and its [[MarketBasedTitle overseas title]] ''Puyo Pop'': the former could refer to a 1991 MSX2 UsefulNotes/MSX2 / FamicomDiskSystem game and a radically different 1992 UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame, while the latter could refer to a 1999 UsefulNotes/NeoGeoPocket Color game, 2002 GameBoyAdvance game, or 2003 UsefulNotes/NGage game.
29th Jan '17 10:13:13 AM ObsequiousEscargot
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** And then you have the two B&W serial adventures, [[Film/TheBatman 1943's Batman]], which shares the same title as the two movies above (and is sometimes called "The" Batman to differentiate), and [[Film/BatmanAndRobinSerial 1949's Batman & Robin]], which has the same title as the 1997 Clooney film.

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** And then you have the two B&W serial adventures, [[Film/TheBatman 1943's Batman]], which shares the same title as the two movies above (and is sometimes called "The" Batman to differentiate), and [[Film/BatmanAndRobinSerial 1949's Batman & Robin]], which has the same title as the [[Film/BatmanAndRobin 1997 Clooney film.film]].
29th Jan '17 10:11:21 AM ObsequiousEscargot
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** And then you have the two B&W serial adventures, [[Film/TheBatman 1943's Batman]], which shares the same title as the two movies above (and is sometimes called "The" Batman to differentiate), and [[Film/BatmanAndRobinSerial 1949's Batman & Robin]], which has the same title as the 1997 Clooney film.
21st Jan '17 6:08:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SuperDodgeBall'' - The 1987 arcade original, the 1988 NES version (which is technically a port, but very different from the original), and the rare 1996 Neo-Geo sequel.

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* ''SuperDodgeBall'' ''VideoGame/SuperDodgeBall'' - The 1987 arcade original, the 1988 NES version (which is technically a port, but very different from the original), and the rare 1996 Neo-Geo sequel.



* ''VideoGame/{{Wolfenstein}}'' - The 2009 game doesn't have the "[[VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D 3D]]" in its title (not to mention the "Castle" from Silas Warner's [[CastleWolfenstein 1981 Apple II game]]), but still....

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* ''VideoGame/{{Wolfenstein}}'' - The 2009 game doesn't have the "[[VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D 3D]]" in its title (not to mention the "Castle" from Silas Warner's [[CastleWolfenstein [[VideoGame/CastleWolfenstein 1981 Apple II game]]), but still....
10th Jan '17 3:28:06 PM rjd1922
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* ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution''- Not counting ports, there's the 1998 arcade original, the US-exclusive [=PlayStation=] release (which used the ''[=DanceDanceRevolution=] [=3rdMIX=]'' engine and featured songs from 1st through ''[=3rdMIX=]''), the 2010 version for consoles (namely [=PS3=], Xbox 360 and Wii). The 2013 arcade release, with the year sometimes appended as a FanNickname to avoid confusion with the original 1998 release. Similarly, the 2013 versions of ''Guitar Freaks'' and ''[=DrumMania=]'' are simply called ''VideoGame/{{GITADORA}}'', a common FanNickname for the long-running series.

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* ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution''- ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' - Not counting ports, there's the 1998 arcade original, the US-exclusive [=PlayStation=] release (which used the ''[=DanceDanceRevolution=] [=3rdMIX=]'' engine and featured songs from 1st through ''[=3rdMIX=]''), the 2010 version for consoles (namely [=PS3=], Xbox 360 and Wii). The 2013 arcade release, with the year sometimes appended as a FanNickname to avoid confusion with the original 1998 release. Similarly, the 2013 versions of ''Guitar Freaks'' and ''[=DrumMania=]'' are simply called ''VideoGame/{{GITADORA}}'', a common FanNickname for the long-running series.



* ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' - The first game and the fourth game are both simply known as ''Doom''.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' - The first game and [[VideoGame/Doom2016 the fourth game game]] are both simply known as ''Doom''.



* ''VideoGame/RiseOfTheTriad'' -Could refer to the 1994 one or the 2013 one.

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* ''VideoGame/RiseOfTheTriad'' -Could - Could refer to the 1994 one or the 2013 one.
19th Dec '16 3:47:51 AM Tron80
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* Creator/DCComics has ''[[ComicBook/Batgirl2000 Batgirl]]'', ''[[ComicBook/Batgirl2009 Batgirl]]'', ''[[ComicBook/Batgirl2011 Batgirl]]'', and ''[[ComicBook/BatgirlRebirth Batgirl]]''.
* DC also has ''ComicBook/{{Batwoman}}'' and ''[[ComicBook/BatwomanRebirth Batwoman]]''.

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* Creator/DCComics has has:
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''[[ComicBook/Batgirl2000 Batgirl]]'', ''[[ComicBook/Batgirl2009 Batgirl]]'', ''[[ComicBook/Batgirl2011 Batgirl]]'', and ''[[ComicBook/BatgirlRebirth Batgirl]]''.
* DC also has ** ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1972}} Supergirl]]'', ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} Supergirl]]'', ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2005}} Supergirl]]'', ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 2011}} Supergirl]]'' and ''[[Comicbook/SupergirlRebirth Supergirl]]'', featuring Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}.
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''ComicBook/{{Batwoman}}'' and ''[[ComicBook/BatwomanRebirth Batwoman]]''.
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