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18th Jun '17 7:10:28 PM Vir
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** Some titles among Touhou's musical themes also qualify, with the most notable example being "Septette for the Dead Princess", the theme of [{{Vampire}} Remilia]] [[{{Ojou}} Scarlet]]. Despite her childish delusions, Remilia is no princess; Touhou [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires are not undead]] but are rather categorized as "devils" and the track is not even a septette.

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** Some titles among Touhou's musical themes also qualify, with the most notable example being "Septette for the Dead Princess", the theme of [{{Vampire}} [[{{Vampire}} Remilia]] [[{{Ojou}} Scarlet]]. Despite her childish delusions, Remilia is no princess; Touhou [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires are not undead]] but are rather categorized as "devils" and the track is not even a septette.
18th Jun '17 7:10:03 PM Vir
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* The UsefulNotes/XboxOne is the third game console released by Microsoft, following the original UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} and the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}. Prior to this, "Xbox 1" used to be an unofficial retronym for the original Xbox, but this naturally felt into disuse and now everyone just refers to the first console as the "original Xbox" or "Xbox OG".

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* The UsefulNotes/XboxOne is the third game console released by Microsoft, following the original UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} and the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}.UsefulNotes/Xbox360. Prior to this, "Xbox 1" used to be an unofficial retronym for the original Xbox, but this naturally felt into disuse and now everyone just refers to the first console as the "original Xbox" or "Xbox OG".



* In the ''{{Borderlands}}'' DLC "Claptrap's Robot Revolution", the player is tasked with retrieving [[FunWithAcronyms a wireless device called WIRED (short for Wireless Information Router Encoding Device)]]. [[LampshadeHanging The quest giver himself remarks that he'll have to talk to marketing about the name]].

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* In the ''{{Borderlands}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}'' DLC "Claptrap's Robot Revolution", the player is tasked with retrieving [[FunWithAcronyms a wireless device called WIRED (short for Wireless Information Router Encoding Device)]]. [[LampshadeHanging The quest giver himself remarks that he'll have to talk to marketing about the name]].



* ''VideoGame/NormalSuperMarioBros'', a series of VideoGame/SuperMarioBros fan games that are [[MushroomSamba anything but normal]].

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* ''VideoGame/NormalSuperMarioBros'', a series of VideoGame/SuperMarioBros Franchise/SuperMarioBros fan games that are [[MushroomSamba anything but normal]].



* Meta-example in ''Videogame/MechWarrior Online''. The AWS- "''Awesome''" assault mech is anything but; while in previous games it is awesome at massed LightningGun sniping and BeamSpam, in ''Online'' the impossible-to-miss slab-sided torso, poorly placed weapons and minimal hardpoints make it hot trash.

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* Meta-example in ''Videogame/MechWarrior ''VideoGame/MechWarrior Online''. The AWS- "''Awesome''" assault mech is anything but; while in previous games it is awesome at massed LightningGun sniping and BeamSpam, in ''Online'' the impossible-to-miss slab-sided torso, poorly placed weapons and minimal hardpoints make it hot trash.


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* In PAL regions, ''VideoGame/Spyro2RiptosRage'' is titled ''Gateway to Glimmer''. Glimmer is the first level of the game and does not play a major role in the plot, and the alternate title borders on IAmNotShazam because the world the game takes place in is named Avalar.
14th Jun '17 3:36:56 PM IamTheCaligula
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** Some titles among Touhou's musical themes also qualify, with the most notable example being "Septette for the Dead Princess", the theme of [{{Vampire}} Remilia]] [[{{Ojou}} Scarlet]]. Despite her childish delusions, Remilia is no princess; Touhou [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires are not undead]] but are rather categorized as "devils" and the track is not even a septette.
8th Jun '17 9:21:05 AM LadyNorbert
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** A number of the series staple FantasyMetals qualify, especially Glass and Ebony.
** The Dwemer, a sub-species of [[OurElvesAreDifferent Mer (Elves)]], are also known as "[[OurDwarvesAreDifferent Dwarves]]. Though they do still have some similarities to typical fantasy Dwarves, the term is an archeological misnomer. The term "dwarf" was given to them by the Giants of the Velothi Mountains (to whom the Dwemer were the first non-giant race they came into contact with, so they seemed very small even though they were average sized among the Tamriellic races) and stuck after it was picked up by the Nords (and through them, the other races of Men).

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** A number of the series staple FantasyMetals in the series qualify, especially Glass and Ebony.
** The Dwemer, a sub-species of [[OurElvesAreDifferent Mer (Elves)]], are also known as "[[OurDwarvesAreDifferent Dwarves]]. Though they do still have some similarities to typical fantasy Dwarves, the term is an archeological misnomer. The term "dwarf" was given to them by the Giants of the Velothi Mountains (to whom Mountains; the Dwemer were the first non-giant race with whom they came into contact with, contact, so they seemed very small even though they were average sized among the Tamriellic races) and stuck after Tamrielic races. After it was picked up by the Nords (and through them, the other races of Men).Men), the name stuck.



*** The "Ministry of Truth" is where the [[CorruptChurch Tribunal Temple]] suppresses dissent of any kind. Its resemblance to the Ministry of Truth in Literature/NineteenEightyFour probably isn't a coincidence, though its actual function resembles the Ministry of Love more closely. Orwell's Ministry of Truth was devoted to spreading lies and propaganda, not suppressing dissent.

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*** The "Ministry of Truth" is where the [[CorruptChurch Tribunal Temple]] suppresses dissent of any kind. Its resemblance to the Ministry of Truth in Literature/NineteenEightyFour ''Literature/NineteenEightyFour'' probably isn't a coincidence, though its actual function resembles the Ministry of Love more closely. Orwell's Ministry of Truth was devoted to spreading lies and propaganda, not suppressing dissent.



** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', the orphanage owner Grelod the Kind is anything but.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', the orphanage owner Grelod the Kind is anything but.but, overlapping with IronicNickname.



*** The word Solid is also in reference to the fact that Metal Gear Solid was the first in the series to use revolutionary-at-the-time polygonal graphics, but because the name is a WordSaladTitle this isn't immediately apparent. Aside from the fact that polygonal graphics are the norm nowadays, there are a handful of polygonal Metal Gear games that ''don't'' have the word Solid in their title, including ''MetalGearAcid'', ''MetalGearOnline'' and ''MetalGearRisingRevengeance'', that make the use of the word less obvious.

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*** The word Solid ''Solid'' is also in reference to the fact that Metal ''Metal Gear Solid Solid'' was the first in the series to use revolutionary-at-the-time polygonal graphics, graphics; but because the name is a WordSaladTitle WordSaladTitle, this isn't immediately apparent. Aside from the fact that polygonal graphics are the norm nowadays, there are a handful of polygonal Metal Gear games that ''don't'' have the word Solid in their title, including ''MetalGearAcid'', ''MetalGearOnline'' and ''MetalGearRisingRevengeance'', that make the use of the word less obvious.



** The non-canon sequel ''VideoGame/SnakesRevenge'' does not, in fact, have Solid Snake exacting revenge on anyone. It is in fact, Big Boss who is seeking revenge against Solid Snake for foiling his plans in the first game and mortally wounding him. [[spoiler:Mind you, Big Boss is the original Snake, but this was a few years before Solid Snake was established to be a clone in ''Metal Gear Solid'' and long before ''Metal Gear Solid V'' recently established that the Big Boss in the original ''Metal Gear'' was a body double.]]

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** The non-canon sequel ''VideoGame/SnakesRevenge'' does not, in fact, have Solid Snake exacting revenge on anyone. It is in fact, Big Boss who is seeking revenge against Solid Snake for foiling his plans in the first game and mortally wounding him. [[spoiler:Mind you, Big Boss is ''is'' the original Snake, but this was a few years before Solid Snake was established to be a clone in ''Metal Gear Solid'' and long before ''Metal Gear Solid V'' recently established that the Big Boss in the original ''Metal Gear'' was a body double.double. In hindsight, however, the title is technically accurate.]]



** The eponymous Donkey Kong is a gorilla. Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto came up with the name Donkey Kong when trying to find a name to mean "Stubborn Ape." (Donkeys are stubborn, King Kong is an ape). A case of ForeignSoundingGibberish.
** One level in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryReturns'' is called "Peaceful Pier." Other than three very small wooden platforms floating in the sea, there is no pier, and the level consists of piloting a rocket-powered barrel over an ocean while being perpetually bombarded by fire from a pirate ship. Similarly, ''Continental Circus'' is a race game. ("Circus" was a mistranslation and should have been "circuits"; this was later corrected.)

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** The eponymous Donkey Kong is a gorilla. Creator/ShigeruMiyamoto came up with the name Donkey Kong when trying to find a name to mean "Stubborn Ape." (Donkeys are stubborn, King Kong is an ape). A case ape.) It's a mix of this trope and ForeignSoundingGibberish.
** One level in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryReturns'' is called "Peaceful Pier." Other than three very small wooden platforms floating in the sea, there is no pier, and the level consists of piloting a rocket-powered barrel over an ocean while being perpetually bombarded by fire from a pirate ship. Similarly, ''Continental Circus'' is a race game. ("Circus" was actually a mistranslation bad translation and should have been "circuits"; this was later corrected.)



** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'' and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'' are the only ''Zelda'' games that don't feature a Zelda in a key role. In ''Link's Awakening'' she's mentioned and has Marin's her Expy, while in ''Majora's Mask'' she only appears during a flashback early on.

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening'' and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'' are the only ''Zelda'' games that don't feature a Zelda in a key role. In ''Link's Awakening'' she's mentioned and has Marin's Marin is her Expy, while in ''Majora's Mask'' she only appears during a flashback an early on.flashback.



** Enemy names have this. [=ReDeads=] have not died again; they're clay zombies, plain and simple. It's actually very annoying to find Rope, and it doesn't help in any way, since a Rope is a snake enemy. A Darknut is not a corrupted plant monster, it is a BlackKnight [[note]] The Darknut's Japanese name resembles that of the similar "Iron Knuckle" enemy, suggesting the intended name was "Dark Knuckle" [[/note]]. There are also Bubbles (flying skulls that are usually covered with flames), Hardhat Beetles (squid enemies), Pol's Voices (silent rabbit-like enemies), and Wart (huge eyeball monster, sometimes depicted as jellyfish-like).

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** Enemy names have this. [=ReDeads=] have not died again; they're clay zombies, plain and simple. It's actually very annoying to find Rope, and it doesn't help in any way, since a Rope is a snake enemy. A Darknut is not a corrupted plant monster, monster; it is a BlackKnight BlackKnight. [[note]] The Darknut's Japanese name resembles that of the similar "Iron Knuckle" enemy, suggesting that the intended name was may have actually been "Dark Knuckle" [[/note]]. Knuckle." [[/note]] There are also Bubbles (flying skulls that are usually covered with flames), Hardhat Beetles (squid enemies), Pol's Voices (silent rabbit-like enemies), and Wart (huge eyeball monster, sometimes depicted as jellyfish-like).



** In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'', the ''blaze gun'' shoots ice and the ''glacier gun'' shoots fire. This is one result of the BlindIdiotTranslation that plagues the game. The guns were "'''Anti'''-Blaze Gun" and "Anti-Glacier Gun" respectively in the original Japanese. The PSP remake fixes this by simply swapping the names. In a similar fashion, the NPC ability "Stop Bracelet"? Instantly kills the target. Later releases renamed it "Suffocate".

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** In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'', the ''blaze gun'' shoots ice and the ''glacier gun'' shoots fire. This is one result of the BlindIdiotTranslation that plagues the game. The guns were "'''Anti'''-Blaze Gun" and "Anti-Glacier Gun" respectively in the original Japanese. The PSP remake fixes this by simply swapping the names. In a similar fashion, the NPC ability "Stop Bracelet"? Instantly kills the target. Later releases renamed it "Suffocate"."Suffocate."



** The unlockable Heavy secondary "The Buffalo Steak Sandvich" is not a "sandvich", just a steak ("Who needs bread?")

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** The unlockable Heavy secondary "The Buffalo Steak Sandvich" is not a "sandvich", just a steak steak. ("Who needs bread?")



** Most of the episode titles in Telltale Games's Sam & Max games are non-indicative (or are indicative, just not in the way you might think).

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** Most of the episode titles in Telltale Games's the Sam & Max games games, from Telltale Games, are non-indicative (or are else they ''are'' indicative, just but not in the way you might think).



* For the longest time, ''VideoGame/{{DanceDanceRevolution}}'' had the "Good" judgement rank below "Great", "Perfect", and "Marvelous". It's worth 0 points in most games, it doesn't raise your LifeMeter (but also doesn't decrease it), and it breaks your combo, the latter being made worse in modes where you are given a limited number of combo-breaking judgements before you get a GameOver, with that number ranging anywhere from four to [[OneHitPointWonder one]].[[note]]''[=DanceDanceRevolution=] Solo Bass Mix'' and ''[=DanceDanceRevolution=] Solo 2000'' give you points on a Good, but your combo still breaks.[[/note]] The 2013 ''DDR'' game alleviates this a little by making Goods count towards combo, and ''[=DanceDanceRevolution=] A'' makes Goods add points for the first time in the mainline series, if by a small amount.

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* For the longest time, ''VideoGame/{{DanceDanceRevolution}}'' ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' had the "Good" judgement rank below "Great", "Perfect", and "Marvelous". It's worth 0 points in most games, it doesn't raise your LifeMeter (but also doesn't decrease it), and it breaks your combo, the latter being made worse in modes where you are given a limited number of combo-breaking judgements judgments before you get a GameOver, with that number ranging anywhere from four to [[OneHitPointWonder one]].[[note]]''[=DanceDanceRevolution=] Solo Bass Mix'' and ''[=DanceDanceRevolution=] Solo 2000'' give you points on a Good, but your combo still breaks.[[/note]] The 2013 ''DDR'' game alleviates this a little by making Goods count towards combo, and ''[=DanceDanceRevolution=] A'' makes Goods add points for the first time in the mainline series, if by a small amount.
31st May '17 5:06:41 PM Saurubiker
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[[AC:Companies]]
* UsefulNotes/{{Atari}} is an American company who named themselves after a Japanese word, specifically the equivalent of "checkmate"
* UsefulNotes/USGold is a British company that originally started as a localization house/regional distributor of American-developed computer software. They later branched out into ports of Japanese arcade games (most notably {{Capcom}}'s), as well as original software, [[ArtifactTitle making their name misleading.]]



* The UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis was actually the third Sega system (second in the United States, the only place the name was used).
* UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16: Despite its name, it was actually an 8-bit console. Its Japanese name, PC Engine, was just as bad, as it was a console rather than a PC.
* The UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube is a rectangular prism; 6 in by 6 in by 4.3 in.
* The UsefulNotes/XboxOne is NOT the first XBox console Microsoft released. To avoid confusion, gamers called the first XBox as "Xbox Original".

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* The UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Family Computer (or Famicom for short name), the Japanese version of the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem (NES), is not usually remembered as a home computer, despite Nintendo's early attempt at marketing it as one with the Family BASIC programming kit for hobbyists. This is probably why its successor, the Super Famicom (the Japanese version of the Super NES), used the shortened name instead (aside from the fact that's what everyone calls the console anyway).
* The [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Genesis]]
was actually UsefulNotes/{{Sega}}'s second video game console in North America, following the third [[UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem Master System]]. It was otherwise known as the Mega Drive everywhere else. Incidentally, the Mega Drive is actually considered to be the ''fifth'' Sega system (second console in Japan (hence its internal codename, the United States, Mark V), even though the only place SG-1000 II and the name was used).
Master System (the Mark II and IV) were just remodeled versions of the original [[UsefulNotes/OtherSegaSystems SG-1000]] and the Sega Mark III respectively.
* UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16: Despite The UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16, despite its name, it was actually uses an 8-bit console. Its Japanese name, CPU, specifically an overclocked version of the MOS 6502 previously employed by various 8-bit computers (such as the Atari 8-bit line and the UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}}), as well as the NES. In Japan, the console was released under the similarly misleading name PC Engine, was just as bad, as it was a console rather than a PC.
likely due to NEC trademarking the term "PC" for their range of computers in Japan (e.g. PC-8801, PC-9801). Its (even) less successful successor ended up being named the PC-FX.
* The UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube Nintendo GameCube]] is a rectangular prism; 6 in by 6 in by 4.3 in.
* The UsefulNotes/XboxOne is NOT the first XBox third game console Microsoft released. To avoid confusion, gamers called released by Microsoft, following the first XBox as original UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} and the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}. Prior to this, "Xbox Original".
1" used to be an unofficial retronym for the original Xbox, but this naturally felt into disuse and now everyone just refers to the first console as the "original Xbox" or "Xbox OG".



** The non-canon sequel ''VideoGame/SnakesRevenge'' does not, in fact, have Solid Snake exacting revenge on anyone. [[spoiler:Although Big Boss wants to exact revenge, this game was created years before he was established to have been the second original Snake, Venom Snake.]]

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** The non-canon sequel ''VideoGame/SnakesRevenge'' does not, in fact, have Solid Snake exacting revenge on anyone. [[spoiler:Although It is in fact, Big Boss wants to exact revenge, who is seeking revenge against Solid Snake for foiling his plans in the first game and mortally wounding him. [[spoiler:Mind you, Big Boss is the original Snake, but this game was created a few years before he Solid Snake was established to have been be a clone in ''Metal Gear Solid'' and long before ''Metal Gear Solid V'' recently established that the second Big Boss in the original Snake, Venom Snake.''Metal Gear'' was a body double.]]



** The puzzle game spinoff ''Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo'' is a play on ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterII Turbo''. It is not a "super" or "turbo" edition of an existing game, nor is there more than one ''Puzzle Fighter'' game in the series, unless you count ports and the ''HD Remix'' UpdatedRerelease.

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** The puzzle game spinoff ''Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo'' is a play on ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterII Turbo''. It is not a "super" or "turbo" edition of an existing game, nor is there more than one ''Puzzle Fighter'' game in the series, unless you count all the ports and the ''HD Remix'' UpdatedRerelease.that came afterward.
31st May '17 10:21:36 AM Odacon_Spy
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* Al three of the rival gangs in ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2'' have this problem. The Brotherhood and the Sons of Samedi both have names implying that they are fraternities, but have both male and female members in roughly equal measure. The Ronin avoid this trap by having a gender-neutral name, but have a much more serious issue in that their name comes from the feudal Japanese term for [[{{Ronin}} a solitary roaming samurai without a leader]]. Not only are The Ronin arguably the most organized and disciplined of the three gangs, but, as even their members will occasionally mention, they ''do'' have a leader.
** The name of the Sons of Samedi's signature designer drug, Loa Dust, implies that it's a powdery substance like cocaine, when it's really a pot-based inhalant. The Boss and Shaundi even [[LampshadeHanging lampshade this]]:
-->'''Shaundi:''' It's the Sons of Samedi's number one product. They call it "Loa Dust".\\
'''Boss:''' ''([[{{Beat}} Thinks about it for a moment]])'' But you ''smoke'' it.\\
'''Shaundi:''' They suck at marketing, what can I say?
29th May '17 10:12:23 PM The_Pyro_Jawsome
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** VideoGame/KingdomHearts2 is actually the third game in the series, after [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories.]] VideoGame/KingdomHearts3 is even worse, since it's the eleventh game (not counting rereleases and remakes), and, as of this writing, ''still'' hasn't been released.
16th May '17 8:40:32 AM BeerBaron
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** While they tend to play significant parts in the backstory, it wasn't until ''Oblivion'' that an eponymous Elder Scroll was actually seen in a game, and even then it was a MacGuffin in a side quest. It wouldn't be fully averted until ''Skyrim'', where one plays an important part in the main quest.

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** While they tend to play significant parts in the backstory, it wasn't until ''Oblivion'' that an eponymous [[TomeOfEldritchLore Elder Scroll Scroll]] was actually seen in a game, and even then it was a MacGuffin in a side quest. It wouldn't be fully averted until ''Skyrim'', where one plays an important part in the main quest.



** The series' version of "[[OurDwarvesAreDifferent Dwarves]]" are actually a species of [[OurElvesAreBetter elf]], though they otherwise share many similarities to the typical fantasy Dwarf. This is actually justified in-universe in two explanations. One where their actual name (Dwemer) got [[BlindIdiotTranslation mistranslated]] and another where the name was taken from how the Giants described them (who probably regard everyone as pretty dwarfish).

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** The series' version Dwemer, a sub-species of [[OurElvesAreDifferent Mer (Elves)]], are also known as "[[OurDwarvesAreDifferent Dwarves]]" are actually a species of [[OurElvesAreBetter elf]], though Dwarves]]. Though they otherwise share many do still have some similarities to the typical fantasy Dwarf. This is actually justified in-universe in two explanations. One where their actual name (Dwemer) got [[BlindIdiotTranslation mistranslated]] and another where Dwarves, the name term is an archeological misnomer. The term "dwarf" was taken from how given to them by the Giants described them (who probably regard everyone as pretty dwarfish).of the Velothi Mountains (to whom the Dwemer were the first non-giant race they came into contact with, so they seemed very small even though they were average sized among the Tamriellic races) and stuck after it was picked up by the Nords (and through them, the other races of Men).
14th May '17 3:10:22 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/StarCraft's'' backstory certainly involve aircrafts and spaceships (craft), and planetary travel (star). But actual gameplay does not involve too many space-ships; in fact, a lot of the battles take place entirely between ground units. The title's more of a play on ''Franchise/{{Warcraft}}'', the original Real-Time Strategy game from Blizzard Entertainment; it is '''Warcraft'' [[RecycledInSpace ...but in space!]]

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* ''Franchise/StarCraft's'' ''VideoGame/StarCraft'''s backstory certainly involve aircrafts and spaceships (craft), and planetary travel (star). But actual gameplay does not involve too many space-ships; in fact, a lot of the battles take place entirely between ground units. The title's more of a play on ''Franchise/{{Warcraft}}'', the original Real-Time Strategy game from Blizzard Entertainment; it is '''Warcraft'' [[RecycledInSpace ...but in space!]]
30th Apr '17 3:07:48 PM Saber15
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* Meta-example in ''Videogame/MechWarrior Online''. The ''Awesome'' assault mech is anything but; while in previous games it is awesome at massed LightningGun sniping and BeamSpam, in ''Online'' the impossible-to-miss slab-sided torso, poorly placed weapons and minimal hardpoints make it hot trash.

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* Meta-example in ''Videogame/MechWarrior Online''. The ''Awesome'' AWS- "''Awesome''" assault mech is anything but; while in previous games it is awesome at massed LightningGun sniping and BeamSpam, in ''Online'' the impossible-to-miss slab-sided torso, poorly placed weapons and minimal hardpoints make it hot trash.
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