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22nd Jun '17 12:19:02 AM ADrago
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* There was a rumor that the original airing of the ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode, [[Recap/SpongebobSquarepantsS1E13ScaredyPantsIWasaTeenageGary "I Was A Teenage Gary"]], contained a scene that depicted Squidward turning into a snail that was cut from later airings. An awkwardly placed transition that happens after Squidward gets injected with the snail plasma which then immediately cuts to Gary, Spongebob, and Squidward on the fence as snails was often used as evidence that a scene was cut. However, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSH1jHvgX6Y a recording of the original airing]] debunked this rumor. It was also rumored that the Polish dub still contained this scene, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiu4ODTEnlk which was also debunked]].
21st Jun '17 9:43:56 AM SpinAttaxx
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** And there's the age-old "Toriyama wanted ''Dragon Ball'' to end at <insert arc here>[[labelnote:*]]The Frieza and Android/Cell arcs are particularly common versions[[/labelnote]]" rumor, perpetuated by many fans yet rarely supported by factual evidence. In fact, the only original ending point per WordOfGod was after the original Dragon Ball search -- the very first arc!
17th Jun '17 11:52:57 AM GammaCavy
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* ''VideoGame/DragonFable'' and the legends abound about the mysterious locked door in Oaklore Keep. When a player tries to enter it, it simply says you must be Level 100 to enter. The LevelCap is only 50. Players who used hacks to achieve Level 100 have reported that, as expected, the door really doesn't open. This hasn't stopped new players from posting theory threads on the forums constantly, though, thinking they've discovered something new.

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* ''VideoGame/DragonFable'' and the legends abound about the mysterious locked door in Oaklore Keep. When a player tries to enter it, it simply says you must be Level 100 to enter. The LevelCap is only 50.now 85. Players who used hacks to achieve Level 100 have reported that, as expected, the door really doesn't open. This hasn't stopped new players from posting theory threads on the forums constantly, though, thinking they've discovered something new.
3rd Jun '17 6:10:51 PM schoi30
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3rd Jun '17 6:09:55 PM schoi30
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3rd Jun '17 6:09:07 PM schoi30
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* Many previews for the dino-hunting game ''VideoGame/{{Carnivores}} 2'' said it would feature a secret, unlockable rocket launcher. Subsequent examination of the game's data files, and later its source code, have shown that there is no trace in the game of a rocket launcher, though one may have been planned early in development.

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** Several websites state that the original game features two secret dinosaurs, the ''Brachiosaurus'' and the ''Seismosaurus'', with the former said to be killed only by a shot in the rear while the latter is hostile and can only be taken down by aiming for the eye much like with the ''T. rex''. The game's data files shows no trace of the two dinosaurs, though it should be noted ''Brachiosaurus'' does appear in the second game as an invincible ambient.
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Many previews for the dino-hunting second game ''VideoGame/{{Carnivores}} 2'' said it would feature a secret, unlockable rocket launcher. Subsequent examination of the game's data files, and later its source code, have shown that there is no trace in the game of a rocket launcher, though one may have been planned early in development.
1st Jun '17 4:03:50 PM Pinokio
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* A 3D ''VideoGame/{{Battletoads}}'' remake or sequel was in the works according to Website/FourChan, but this was a ploy based on someone's 3D animation project.



* ''The Grifter'', according to Website/FourChan, is one of the most messed up films ever made that very few have ever seen. It has no relation to ''Film/TheGrifters'', or the ''ComicBook/WildCATS'' character Grifter.



* ''Go Go Gadgetinis'' was allegedly the DarkerAndEdgier [[NoExportForYou UK-only]] sequel series to ''WesternAnimation/GadgetAndTheGadgetinis''.
* There is a screenshot of a ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode circulating around the internet that shows Dipper and Mabel with [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos the Slender Man]] watching from behind. The screenshot is actually fake; viewing the episode itself yields no Slender Man.



* There is a screenshot of a ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode circulating around the internet that shows Dipper and Mabel with [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos the Slender Man]] watching from behind. The screenshot is actually fake; viewing the episode itself yields no Slender Man.
* ''Go Go Gadgetinis'', the [[NoExportForYou UK-only]] DarkerAndEdgier sequel series to ''WesternAnimation/GadgetAndTheGadgetinis''.
29th May '17 4:14:44 PM Jake
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* Similarly, it's often claimed that ''VideoGame/{{Homeworld}}'' was originally conceived as a ''Series/BattlestarGalactica'' licensed game before becoming its own IP, either because Relic couldn't secure the rights or they didn't think the brand would shift enough copies. (This was before the 2003 remake was even a rumour.) This is seemingly based on the fact that both works have a couple of tropes in common, namely AncientAstronauts and YouCantGoHomeAgain ([[DoomedHometown because it's a smoking heap of rubble]]). However, apart from a superficially similar premise the two works have almost nothing in common, and if the developers were ever interested in making a ''[=BSG=]'' game the idea seems to have been dropped before a single line of code for ''Homeworld'' was written.



* Even [[TheKiddieRide kiddie rides]] get myths every once in a while. Usually this pertains to [[LicensedGame licensed rides]] that simply do not exist, but someone's friend's cousin's sister twice removed claims to have seen.

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* Even [[TheKiddieRide kiddie rides]] get myths every once in a while. Usually this pertains to [[LicensedGame licensed rides]] that simply do not exist, but someone's friend's cousin's sister twice removed claims to have seen. Some of them are probably unlicensed grey-market rides made by less scrupulous companies in the Far East.
27th May '17 4:01:04 PM nombretomado
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** ''VideoGame/EarthBound'' was not re-released [[NoExportForYou outside Japan]] for the longest time, which led to many rumors as to why. Eventually, people settled on the idea that [[ScrewedByTheLawyers they couldn't license some of the in-game music samples]] (and Nintendo didn't want to alter the original game). Then the game ''did'' get an American re-release on the UsefulNotes/WiiU's VirtualConsole with minimal edits (none of which affect the music), which torpedoed that theory; now fans apply the theory to ''VideoGame/Mother3'' instead.

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** ''VideoGame/EarthBound'' was not re-released [[NoExportForYou outside Japan]] for the longest time, which led to many rumors as to why. Eventually, people settled on the idea that [[ScrewedByTheLawyers they couldn't license some of the in-game music samples]] (and Nintendo didn't want to alter the original game). Then the game ''did'' get an American re-release on the UsefulNotes/WiiU's VirtualConsole UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole with minimal edits (none of which affect the music), which torpedoed that theory; now fans apply the theory to ''VideoGame/Mother3'' instead.
26th May '17 9:03:55 AM Midna
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* ''VideoGame/DragonQuestI'' has a commonly believed rumor that the Dragonlord's [[OneWingedAngel true form]] was originally his pet dragon, which was changed by the NES localization team for being a GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. This is false: the Dragonlord is stated to have revealed his true form even in the original Japanese game.

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* ''VideoGame/DragonQuestI'' has a commonly believed rumor that the Dragonlord's [[OneWingedAngel true form]] was originally his pet dragon, which was changed by the NES localization team for being a GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere. This is false: In reality, the Dragonlord is stated to have revealed his true form even in the original Japanese game.
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