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16th Jun '18 9:38:23 PM Albert3105
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** ''VideoGame/MOTHER3'''s [[{{Vaporware}} cancelled]] Nintendo 64 version was to be called ''VideoGame/EarthBound 64''.
23rd May '18 8:33:11 AM Sabrewing
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* ''VideoGame/MrDriller'' is suffixed with a W for its UsefulNotes/WiiWare port.
21st Apr '18 8:20:06 AM Rubiland
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** ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon64'' (''Bokujou Monogatari 3'' in Japan)

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** ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon64'' (''Bokujou Monogatari 3'' 2'' in Japan)
17th Apr '18 10:42:49 AM DragonQuestZ
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* When the GameShow ''Series/{{Password}}'' was revived in 1979, it became known as ''Password Plus'', to reflect a number of additions to the format, including a BonusRound offering $5000 (or more). When it was revived again in 1984, it became known as ''Super Password'', though little changed format-wise from ''Plus''.
17th Apr '18 5:01:08 AM themisterfree
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* When the GameShow ''Series/{{Password}}'' was revived in 1979, it became known as ''Password Plus'', to reflect a number of additions to the format, including a BonusRound offering $5000 (or more). When it was revived again in 1984, it became known as ''Super Password'', though little changed format-wise from ''Plus''.
11th Apr '18 8:25:21 PM Saurubiker
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** The European title of ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand'' is ''Kirby's Adventure Wii'', and the Japanese title is ''Hoshi no Kirby Wii''.

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** The European title of ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand'' is known as ''Kirby's Adventure Wii'', Wii'' in Europe and the Japanese title is ''Hoshi no Kirby Wii''.Wii'' in Japan.
11th Apr '18 8:22:20 PM Saurubiker
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** ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}}: [=CD-ROMantic=]'' was the first version of the game released in CD-ROM format (the original versions for the UsefulNotes/PC88 and {{UsefulNotes/MSX2}} were on floppy disks), as well as Konami's first CD-ROM game period. The later versions released for Sega CD, [=PlayStation=] and Saturn omitted the subtitle.

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** ''SherlockHolmes: '''C'''onsulting '''D'''etective'', a FullMotionVideo game released under the same title for the [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Sega CD]] and PC
** ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}}: [=CD-ROMantic=]'' was the first version [=CD-ROMantic=]'', a remake of the PC-8801/[=MSX2=] adventure game released in CD-ROM format (the original versions for the UsefulNotes/PC88 and {{UsefulNotes/MSX2}} were on floppy disks), as well as Konami's first CD-ROM game period. The later versions released for Sega CD, [=PlayStation=] and Saturn omitted the subtitle.subtitle)



** ''SherlockHolmes: '''C'''onsulting '''D'''etective'', a FullMotionVideo game released under the same title for the [[UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16 TurboGrafx CD]] and PC
11th Apr '18 7:25:24 PM Saurubiker
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* Despite this trope being associated with Nintendo, the original UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem didn't have any titles with the platform's name on them, except for these first-party published sports games.
** ''NES Open Tournament Golf''
** ''NES Play Action Football''
** ''Nintendo World Cup'' (a localized Kunio-kun game), which is a debatable example since Nintendo could easily refer to the company itself and not the NES (and the game was also released on the Game Boy).
* On the other hand, it was pretty common for Family Computer games to have the word "Famicom" or "Family" in their titles ([[http://www.geocities.jp/f_tamakoku/famicon/database/database_50on_06.htm here's a full list in Japanese]]).

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* Despite this trope being associated with Nintendo, this practice wasn't prevalent with the original UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem didn't have any titles with [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]] in the platform's name on them, except for these first-party published sports games.
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west outside of ''NES Open Tournament Golf''
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Golf'' and ''NES Play Action Football''
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Football'', two first-party sports game that were released in the early 90's. One could make the case that ''Nintendo World Cup'' (a localized Kunio-kun game), which is a debatable example since Nintendo could easily refer to version of the company itself and not the NES (and the first Nekketsu Soccer game) also fits in with this theme, but that game was also released on the Game Boy).
original UsefulNotes/GameBoy.
* On the other hand, it was pretty common its Japanese counterpart the Famicom, which is short for Family Computer Computer, had many games to have the word "Famicom" with either, Family or "Family" in Famicom, on their titles ([[http://www.title (a full list can be viewed [[http://www.geocities.jp/f_tamakoku/famicon/database/database_50on_06.htm here's a full list here]] in Japanese]]).Japanese).



** 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, {{UsefulNotes/MSX2}} and FM Towns) went by different titles such as the ''World Stadium'' series on the PC Engine and 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'').

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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, {{UsefulNotes/MSX2}} and FM Towns) went by different titles such as the ''World Stadium'' series on the PC Engine and 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'').weren't based on any of the later ''Famista'' games).
6th Apr '18 9:30:14 PM DragonQuestZ
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->''"[[VideoGame/MegaManLegends Mega Man 64]]? Did they really make it that far? No. That was just the Nintendo 64's stupid gimmick of putting '64' after every fucking title."''
-->-- '''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'''

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->''"[[VideoGame/MegaManLegends Mega Man 64]]? Did they really make it ->''"One of these days, there is going to be a game called VideoGame/{{New|SuperMarioBros}} [[SuperNintendo Super]] VideoGame/{{Paper|Mario}} [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] [[{{Nintendo 64}} 64]] [[GameBoyAdvance Advance]] [[NintendoDS DS]], and we'll be wondering where that far? No. That was just the Nintendo 64's stupid gimmick of putting '64' after every fucking title."''
-->-- '''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'''
title came from!"''
6th Apr '18 8:52:44 PM nombretomado
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** ''Franchise/GrandTheftAuto Online'', the online component of ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV''

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** ''Franchise/GrandTheftAuto ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto Online'', the online component of ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV''
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