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22nd Jun '16 3:55:36 PM rcmerod52
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* Even UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} has examples, with many games (and even software) tackling the words "Steam Edition" or something similar in their titles. ''{{VideoGame/Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}} PC'' is the only exception, although this trope is still applied.

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* Even UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} has examples, with many games (and even software) tackling the words "Steam Edition" or something similar in their titles. ''{{VideoGame/Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}} PC'' is and ''VideoGame/PhantomBrave PC'' are the only exception, exceptions, although this trope is still applied.in play.
16th Jun '16 4:21:42 PM nombretomado
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** ''TenchiMuyo Ryo-Ohki FX''

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** ''TenchiMuyo Ryo-Ohki ''Anime/TenchiMuyoRyoOhki FX''
7th Jun '16 3:46:10 PM SolidSonicTH
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** ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 3D: Prime Edition'' (the title is similar to ''Super Castlevania IV'' above, as there is no other edition of game than the "Prime Edition" and the game itself is a stripped-down ''Tekken 6'' and includes the ''Anime/TekkenBloodVengeance'' movie)
30th May '16 5:19:18 PM Prfnoff
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** ''A-Ressha de Ikou 3 S.V. (Super Version)''

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** ''A-Ressha ''[[VideoGame/ATrain A-Ressha de Ikou Ikou]] 3 S.V. (Super Version)''


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** ''A-Ressha de Ikou MD'' (a port of the first ''VideoGame/ATrain'')
25th May '16 7:56:35 PM Willbyr
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** ''{{Tamagotchi}} 64: Minna de Tamagotchi World''

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** ''{{Tamagotchi}} ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}} 64: Minna de Tamagotchi World''



** ''{{Transformers}}: WesternAnimation/BeastWars Metals 64''[[note]]"Metals" being the Japanese subtitle for Seasons 2 and 3 of ''Beast Wars''.[[/note]] (''Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals'' in America, sharing the same name with the UsefulNotes/PlayStation version which in Japan had the different name of ''Transformers: Beast Wars Metals: Clash! Intense Battle'')

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** ''{{Transformers}}: ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}: WesternAnimation/BeastWars Metals 64''[[note]]"Metals" being the Japanese subtitle for Seasons 2 and 3 of ''Beast Wars''.[[/note]] (''Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals'' in America, sharing the same name with the UsefulNotes/PlayStation version which in Japan had the different name of ''Transformers: Beast Wars Metals: Clash! Intense Battle'')
25th May '16 5:23:55 PM nombretomado
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* During the seventh generation of game consoles, many older games that previously ran in 480p or lower got re-releases and sequels on the newer HDMI-capable consoles. Most of these HD ports were released digitally on services such as UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork, UsefulNotes/XboxLive and UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}, but a few of them got retail releases in the form of compilations (most notably the "HD Classics" series for PS3).

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* During the seventh generation of game consoles, many older games that previously ran in 480p or lower got re-releases and sequels on the newer HDMI-capable consoles. Most of these HD ports were released digitally on services such as UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork, UsefulNotes/XboxLive and UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}, but a few of them got retail releases in the form of compilations (most notably the "HD Classics" series for PS3).[=PS3=]).
13th May '16 11:06:34 PM erforce
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** The ''Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium'' baseball game series by Namco, better known by its [[PortmanteauSeriesNickname abbreviated name]] ''Famista''. The series retained the ''Famista'' name on later installments for Nintendo platforms, but those that were released for non-Nintendo platforms (with the exception of a few versions released for PC-88, {{MSX}}2 and FM Towns) went by different titles such as the ''World Stadium'' series on the PC Engine and the original PlayStation. The original ''Famista'' was localized by [[Creator/{{Atari}} Tengen]] in the US under the title of ''VideoGame/RBIBaseball'' (the later ''RBI'' sequels were developed independently by Tengen and had no ties to ''Famista'').

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** The ''Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium'' baseball game series by Namco, better known by its [[PortmanteauSeriesNickname abbreviated name]] ''Famista''. The series retained the ''Famista'' name on later installments for Nintendo platforms, but those that were released for non-Nintendo platforms (with the exception of a few versions released for PC-88, {{MSX}}2 and FM Towns) went by different titles such as the ''World Stadium'' series on the PC Engine and the original PlayStation.UsefulNotes/PlayStation. The original ''Famista'' was localized by [[Creator/{{Atari}} Tengen]] in the US under the title of ''VideoGame/RBIBaseball'' (the later ''RBI'' sequels were developed independently by Tengen and had no ties to ''Famista'').



** ''Mega Man 64'' (A port of ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' from the PlayStation)

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** ''Mega Man 64'' (A port of ''VideoGame/MegaManLegends'' from the PlayStation)UsefulNotes/PlayStation)



*** Of note is that the later DS port of the same game goes not by a DS suffix/acronym, but by the suffix "Kanzenban" ("perfect edition")...which is fitting since the PSP version is a PortingDisaster[[note]]of a PlayStation '''''1''''' game. The mind boggles.[[/note]] whereas the DS version isn't, and has more content.

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*** Of note is that the later DS port of the same game goes not by a DS suffix/acronym, but by the suffix "Kanzenban" ("perfect edition")...which is fitting since the PSP version is a PortingDisaster[[note]]of a PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation '''''1''''' game. The mind boggles.[[/note]] whereas the DS version isn't, and has more content.



* During the seventh generation of game consoles, many older games that previously ran in 480p or lower got re-releases and sequels on the newer HDMI-capable consoles. Most of these HD ports were released digitally on services such as PlayStationNetwork, Xbox Live and Steam, but a few of them got retail releases in the form of compilations (most notably the "HD Classics" series for PS3).

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* During the seventh generation of game consoles, many older games that previously ran in 480p or lower got re-releases and sequels on the newer HDMI-capable consoles. Most of these HD ports were released digitally on services such as PlayStationNetwork, Xbox Live UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork, UsefulNotes/XboxLive and Steam, UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}, but a few of them got retail releases in the form of compilations (most notably the "HD Classics" series for PS3).
9th May '16 11:17:58 AM Saurubiker
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* All the console ports of ''{{VideoGame/Minecraft}}'' indicate the platform they were released on (e.g. ''PlayStationVita Edition'', ''{{UsefulNotes/Xbox 360}} Edition'', ''UsefulNotes/XboxOne Edition'' and ''UsefulNotes/WiiU Edition''). There's also the ''Windows 10 Edition'' and ''Pi Edition'' for Raspbian devices (which is based on the ''Pocket Edition'' released on [=iOS=] and Android devices).

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* All the console ports of ''{{VideoGame/Minecraft}}'' indicate the platform they were released on (e.g. ''PlayStationVita ''{{UsefulNotes/PlayStation Vita}} Edition'', ''{{UsefulNotes/Xbox 360}} Edition'', ''UsefulNotes/XboxOne Edition'' and ''UsefulNotes/WiiU Edition''). There's also the ''Windows 10 Edition'' and ''Pi Edition'' for Raspbian devices (which is based on the ''Pocket Edition'' released on [=iOS=] and Android devices).
16th Apr '16 5:56:39 PM FALLOFALL
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** ''[[Wrestling/{{WWE}} WWF]] Super WrestleMania''
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