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* ''VideoGame/NetHack'' contains a user-customizable fruit, which is by default called a "slime mold." [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slime_mold Real slime molds]] are quite definitively ''not'' fruits, and you would probably not want to eat one even if you were desperately hungry. You can also invoke this when renaming it -- the fruit is always considered vegan, even if you call it "leg of ham" or "2/3-pound bacon cheeseburger", mostly as an AntiFrustrationFeature for those trying for a [[SelfImposedChallenge vegan run]].

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* ''VideoGame/NetHack'' contains a user-customizable fruit, which is by default called a "slime mold." [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slime_mold Real slime molds]] are quite definitively ''not'' fruits, and you would probably not want to eat one even if you were desperately hungry. You can also invoke this when renaming it -- the fruit is always considered vegan, even if you call it "leg of ham" or "2/3-pound bacon cheeseburger", mostly as an AntiFrustrationFeature [[AntiFrustrationFeatures Anti-Frustration Feature]] for those trying for a [[SelfImposedChallenge vegan run]].



'''Boss:''' ''([[{{Beat}} Thinks about it for a moment]])'' But you ''smoke'' it.\\

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'''Boss:''' ''([[{{Beat}} Thinks thinks about it for a moment]])'' But you ''smoke'' it.\\



* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}} has a character named Yukiko, "snow child" in Japanese. When you meet her, she seems [[TheStoic shy, subdued, and controlled]]... [[DoubleSubversion and then you go into her]] MentalWorld and discover that, [[SilkHidingSteel while she is pretty sweet]], she actually has more than a ''bit'' of a HotBlooded side and once you get to know her, she turns out to be a bubbly DitzyGenius who is also, primarily, a [[ElementalRockPaperScissors fire-elemental]] character. This is actually a plot point, as Yukiko hates her name (she points out that snow ''melts'' and does nothing on its own).

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}} 4}}'' has a character named Yukiko, "snow child" in Japanese. When you meet her, she seems [[TheStoic shy, subdued, and controlled]]... [[DoubleSubversion and then you go into her]] MentalWorld and discover that, [[SilkHidingSteel while she is pretty sweet]], she actually has more than a ''bit'' of a HotBlooded side and once you get to know her, she turns out to be a bubbly DitzyGenius who is also, primarily, a [[ElementalRockPaperScissors fire-elemental]] character. This is actually a plot point, as Yukiko hates her name (she points out that snow ''melts'' and does nothing on its own).
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* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'': Sol Badguy is not at all a "[[{{Villains}} bad guy]]." In fact, he's the main character of the story -- the name is simply the first of the series' [[ShoutOut many references]] to [[Music/FreddieMercury the original Mr. Bad Guy]]. Though he's certainly [[GoodIsNotNice not nice]]. According to ''Xrd'', the moniker was an instance of AppropriatedAppellation, as Sol was notorious among the criminal underground as a "bad guy" who busted up numerous illegal organizations and gangs.
* The ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'' [[LicensedGame video game adaptation]] is actually more of an adaptation of ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'' --
there are three ''Casino'' levels for every ''Quantum'' one. Technically four, if you count the first level as [[ImmediateSequel one for both films]].

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* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'': ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'''s Sol Badguy is not at all a "[[{{Villains}} bad guy]]." In fact, he's the main character of the story -- the name is simply the first of the series' [[ShoutOut many references]] to [[Music/FreddieMercury the original Mr. Bad Guy]]. Though Guy]], though he's certainly [[GoodIsNotNice not nice]]. According to ''Xrd'', the moniker was an instance of AppropriatedAppellation, as Sol was notorious among the criminal underground as a "bad guy" who busted for busting up numerous illegal organizations and gangs.
gangs, making him a "bad guy" from ''their'' point of view.
* The ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'' [[LicensedGame video game adaptation]] is actually more of an adaptation of ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'' --
''Film/CasinoRoyale2006''; there are three ''Casino'' levels for every ''Quantum'' one. Technically four, if you count the first level as [[ImmediateSequel one for both films]].
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* The Family Computer (or Famicom for short name), the Japanese version of the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem (NES), is not usually remembered as a home computer, despite Creator/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 [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super NES]]), used the shortened name instead (aside from the fact that's what everyone calls the console anyway).

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* The Family Computer (or Famicom for short name), the Japanese version of the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem (NES), is not usually remembered as a home computer, despite Creator/Nintendo's Creator/{{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 [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super NES]]), used the shortened name instead (aside from the fact that's what everyone calls the console anyway).
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* It is extremely difficult to find a {{Mahjong}} game by a web search; nearly all the results returned will actually be ''VideoGame/{{Shanghai}}'' (which uses Mahjong tiles, and whose name ''Shanghai'' is trademarked).

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* It is extremely difficult to find a {{Mahjong}} TabletopGame/{{Mahjong}} game by a web search; nearly all the results returned will actually be ''VideoGame/{{Shanghai}}'' (which uses Mahjong tiles, and whose name ''Shanghai'' is trademarked).



* The realms in ''VideoGame/BallRevamped 5'' are [[IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming named after flowers]][[note]]the game uses scientific names like "Lilium"[[/note]]. The flowers have nothing to do with the realms.

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* The realms in ''VideoGame/BallRevamped 5'' are [[IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming named after flowers]][[note]]the flowers]]. [[note]]The game uses scientific names like "Lilium"[[/note]]. "Lilium."[[/note]] The flowers have nothing to do with the realms.



* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'': Sol Badguy is not at all a "[[{{Villains}} bad guy]]". In fact, he's the main character of the story - the name is simply the first of the series' [[ShoutOut many references]] to [[Music/FreddieMercury the original Mr. Bad Guy]]. Though he's certainly [[GoodIsNotNice not nice]].
* The ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'' [[LicensedGame video game adaptation]] is actually more of an adaptation of ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'' - there are three ''Casino'' levels for every ''Quantum'' one. Technically four, if you count the first level as [[ImmediateSequel one for both films]].

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* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'': Sol Badguy is not at all a "[[{{Villains}} bad guy]]". guy]]." In fact, he's the main character of the story - -- the name is simply the first of the series' [[ShoutOut many references]] to [[Music/FreddieMercury the original Mr. Bad Guy]]. Though he's certainly [[GoodIsNotNice not nice]].
nice]]. According to ''Xrd'', the moniker was an instance of AppropriatedAppellation, as Sol was notorious among the criminal underground as a "bad guy" who busted up numerous illegal organizations and gangs.
* The ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'' [[LicensedGame video game adaptation]] is actually more of an adaptation of ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'' - --
there are three ''Casino'' levels for every ''Quantum'' one. Technically four, if you count the first level as [[ImmediateSequel one for both films]].



* The [[RemixedLevel hard-mode variation]] of the ''VideoGame/AceCombatInfinity'' level "Dubai Night Assault" is actually set during the daytime.

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* The [[RemixedLevel hard-mode Hard Mode variation]] of the ''VideoGame/AceCombatInfinity'' level "Dubai Night Assault" is actually set during the daytime.



* ''VideoGame/NetHack'' contains a user-customizable fruit, which is by default called a "slime mold". [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slime_mold Real slime molds]] are quite definitively ''not'' fruits, and you would probably not want to eat one even if you were desperately hungry. You can also invoke this when renaming it -- the fruit is always considered vegan, even if you call it "leg of ham" or "2/3-pound bacon cheeseburger", mostly as an AntiFrustrationFeature for those trying for a [[SelfImposedChallenge vegan run]].

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* ''VideoGame/NetHack'' contains a user-customizable fruit, which is by default called a "slime mold". mold." [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slime_mold Real slime molds]] are quite definitively ''not'' fruits, and you would probably not want to eat one even if you were desperately hungry. You can also invoke this when renaming it -- the fruit is always considered vegan, even if you call it "leg of ham" or "2/3-pound bacon cheeseburger", mostly as an AntiFrustrationFeature for those trying for a [[SelfImposedChallenge vegan run]].



* ''VideoGame/HeroesMustDie'' Lampshaded, Death, unlike War and Taxes has a job that doesn't involve death at all, he is the Minister of Propaganda. Interestingly enough Taxes is associated with this trope even though she is the Minister of Finance.
* [[CrusaderKings Crusader Kings 2]]: While it is possible to play as a catholic the game also featured other christians, muslims, jews, a LOT of different pagans, zarathustrians, buddhists, hindus and jainists. Also, beside kings there are also counts, dukes, emperors, doges, khans and gengis khans playable.
* [[WordSaladTitle Team Shanghai Alice]], the creator of ''VideoGame/TouhouProject'', is not based in Shanghai, has never included a person named Alice, and, most {{egregious}}ly, is not even actually a team (it's all just one guy).
** 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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* ''VideoGame/HeroesMustDie'' Lampshaded, Lampshaded in ''VideoGame/HeroesMustDie''. Death, unlike War and Taxes Taxes, has a job that doesn't involve death at all, he is all; he's the Minister of Propaganda. Interestingly enough enough, Taxes is associated with this trope even though she is the Minister of Finance.
* [[CrusaderKings Crusader Kings 2]]: ''VideoGame/CrusaderKingsII'': While it is possible to play as a catholic Catholic the game also featured other christians, muslims, jews, Christians, Muslims, Jews, a LOT of different pagans, zarathustrians, buddhists, hindus Zarathustrians, Buddhists, Hindus and jainists. Also, beside kings Jainists. Additionally, besides kings, there are also counts, dukes, emperors, doges, khans and gengis khans Gengis Khans playable.
* [[WordSaladTitle Team Shanghai Alice]], the creator of ''VideoGame/TouhouProject'', ''[[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Touhou Project]]'', is not based in Shanghai, has never included a person named Alice, and, most {{egregious}}ly, JustForFun/{{egregious}}ly, is not even actually a team (it's all just one guy).
** Some titles among Touhou's ''Touhou'''s musical themes also qualify, with the most notable example being "Septette for the Dead Princess", Princess," the theme of [[{{Vampire}} [[VampireTropes Remilia]] [[{{Ojou}} Scarlet]]. Despite her childish delusions, Remilia is no princess; Touhou ''Touhou'' [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires are not undead]] but are rather categorized as "devils" and the track is not even a septette.



* 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 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.

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* For the longest time, ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' had the "Good" judgement rank below "Great", "Perfect", "Great," "Perfect," and "Marvelous". "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 judgments before you get a GameOver, with that number ranging anywhere from four to [[OneHitPointWonder one]].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.



* [[Literature/MobileSuitGundamHathawaysFlash Hathaway's]] {{Leitmotif}} in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV'' is called "His Name Is Mufti Nabiyu Erin"... Even though it's been establiahed in the story that he ISN'T Mufti Nabiyu Erin despite being the pilot of Xi Gundam (for starters, [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack Chan Agi was the one who killed Quess, not him]]), and he personally vowed that he never will be after [[FutureMeScaresMe learning about Mufti from the NCC world.]]

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* [[Literature/MobileSuitGundamHathawaysFlash Hathaway's]] {{Leitmotif}} in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV'' is called "His Name Is Mufti Nabiyu Erin"... Even though it's been establiahed in the story that he ISN'T Mufti Nabiyu Erin despite being the pilot of Xi Gundam (for starters, [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack Chan Agi was the one who killed Quess, not him]]), and he personally vowed that he never will be after [[FutureMeScaresMe learning about Mufti from the NCC world.]]world]].



* 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.

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* Al All 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.



* {{VideoGame/Persona 4}} has a character named Yukiko, "snow child" in Japanese. When you meet her, she seems [[TheStoic shy, subdued, and controlled]]...[[DoubleSubversion and then you go into her]] MentalWorld and discover that, [[SilkHidingSteel while she is pretty sweet]], she actually has more than a ''bit'' of a HotBlooded side and once you get to know her, she turns out to be a bubbly DitzyGenius who is also, primarily, a [[ElementalRockPaperScissors fire-elemental]] character. This is actually a plot point, as Yukiko hates her name (she points out that snow ''melts'' and does nothing on its own).

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* {{VideoGame/Persona ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}} has a character named Yukiko, "snow child" in Japanese. When you meet her, she seems [[TheStoic shy, subdued, and controlled]]... [[DoubleSubversion and then you go into her]] MentalWorld and discover that, [[SilkHidingSteel while she is pretty sweet]], she actually has more than a ''bit'' of a HotBlooded side and once you get to know her, she turns out to be a bubbly DitzyGenius who is also, primarily, a [[ElementalRockPaperScissors fire-elemental]] character. This is actually a plot point, as Yukiko hates her name (she points out that snow ''melts'' and does nothing on its own).



* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'''s Sol Badguy is actually the main hero.
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* 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 Creator/{{Capcom}}'s), as well as original software, [[ArtifactTitle making their name misleading.]]

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* UsefulNotes/{{Atari}} Creator/{{Atari}} is an American company who named themselves after a Japanese word, specifically the equivalent of "checkmate"
"checkmate."
* UsefulNotes/USGold U.S. Gold 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 Creator/{{Capcom}}'s), as well as original software, [[ArtifactTitle making their name misleading.]]
misleading]].



* The 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).

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* The 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 Creator/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 [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super NES), NES]]), used the shortened name instead (aside from the fact that's what everyone calls the console anyway).



* The [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube Nintendo GameCube]] is a rectangular prism; 6 in by 6 in by 4.3 in.
* The UsefulNotes/XboxOne is the third game console released by Microsoft, following the original UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} and the 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".

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* The [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGamecube Nintendo GameCube]] UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube is a rectangular prism; 6 in by 6 in by 4.3 in.
* The UsefulNotes/XboxOne is the third game console released by Microsoft, following the original UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} and the 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".
OG."



** St. Alessia, [[FounderOfTheKingdom founder of the First Cyrodiilic Empire]], is said to have been the first "Dragonborn". However, she wasn't a Dragonborn in the same sense as the dragon-soul-stealing instant-Thu'um-mastery Dragonborn heroes of Nordic legend (made famous in ''Skyrim'', of which Miraak was the first). Alessia ''was'' the first Emperor of Cyrodiil imbued with blood from the heart of Akatosh, the [[DragonsAreDivine Dragon God]] of Time and [[TopGod chief deity]] of the Imperial pantheon, as part of sealing a pact with her (metaphysical) line to protect Mundus against incursions from Oblivion.

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** St. Alessia, [[FounderOfTheKingdom founder of the First Cyrodiilic Empire]], is said to have been the first "Dragonborn". "Dragonborn." However, she wasn't a Dragonborn in the same sense as the dragon-soul-stealing instant-Thu'um-mastery Dragonborn heroes of Nordic legend (made famous in ''Skyrim'', of which Miraak was the first). Alessia ''was'' the first Emperor of Cyrodiil imbued with blood from the heart of Akatosh, the [[DragonsAreDivine Dragon God]] of Time and [[TopGod chief deity]] of the Imperial pantheon, as part of sealing a pact with her (metaphysical) line to protect Mundus against incursions from Oblivion.



** The addition of 'Solid' to the title alludes in part to the protagonist, Solid Snake. Solid Snake has been the protagonist of fewer of the 'Solid' games than Naked Snake/Big Boss - he's only been the main character of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' and ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'', and was briefly playable and plot important in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'' although [[DemotedToExtra definitely not the main character]]. He's actually been the main character in more games that aren't titled "Solid" (''VideoGame/MetalGear'', ''VideoGame/MetalGear2'', ''VideoGame/SnakesRevenge'', ''VideoGame/MetalGearGhostBabel'', ''VideoGame/MetalGearAcid'') than in ''Metal Gear Solid'' games.
*** 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 addition of 'Solid' to the title alludes in part to the protagonist, Solid Snake. Solid Snake has been the protagonist of fewer of the 'Solid' games than Naked Snake/Big Boss - -- he's only been the main character of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' and ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'', ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear Solid 4|GunsOfThePatriots}}'', and was briefly playable and plot important in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'' ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear Solid 2|SonsOfLiberty}}'' although [[DemotedToExtra definitely not the main character]]. He's actually been the main character in more games that aren't titled "Solid" (''VideoGame/MetalGear'', ''VideoGame/MetalGear2'', ''VideoGame/SnakesRevenge'', ''VideoGame/MetalGearGhostBabel'', ''VideoGame/MetalGearAcid'') than in ''Metal Gear Solid'' games.
*** 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'' ''Metal Gear [=Ac!d=]'', ''VideoGame/MetalGearOnline'' and ''MetalGearRisingRevengeance'', ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'', that make the use of the word less obvious.



** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'' would at first appear to be an example, as the only official Metal Gears that appear are [[spoiler:the ruined REX and the prototype RAY]], which aren't really important to the plot in any way ([[spoiler:REX is only even notable because Liquid stole its railgun for his own use, and RAY shows up because... well, it just does]]). However, the game also has a new unmanned weapon known as the Gekko - while not officially a Metal Gear, it's pretty close to Granin's explanation for what a Metal Gear should be, by way of being a tank on legs. By the time of ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'', AI-controlled weapons like the Gekko are referred to in-universe as "[=UMGs=]", for "Unmanned Metal Gears", rather than the real-world UAV or UGV terms.
** 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. In hindsight, however, the title is technically accurate.]]

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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'' would at first appear to be an example, as the only official Metal Gears that appear are [[spoiler:the ruined REX and the prototype RAY]], which aren't really important to the plot in any way ([[spoiler:REX is only even notable because Liquid stole its railgun for his own use, and RAY shows up because... well, it just does]]). However, the game also has a new unmanned weapon known as the Gekko - -- while not officially a Metal Gear, it's pretty close to Granin's explanation for what a Metal Gear should be, by way of being a tank on legs. By the time of ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'', AI-controlled A.I.-controlled weapons like the Gekko are referred to in-universe as "[=UMGs=]", "[=UMGs=]," for "Unmanned Metal Gears", Gears," rather than the real-world UAV or UGV terms.
** 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 ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear Solid V'' V|ThePhantomPain}}'' recently established that the Big Boss in the original ''Metal Gear'' was a body double. In hindsight, however, the title is technically accurate.]]



** Some games in the series have had {{Updated Rerelease}}s that include not only the stuff that was added to the North American and European versions, but more often than not, also all-new stuff to go along with it. Misleadingly, these are called ''International'' versions.

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** Some games in the series have had {{Updated Rerelease}}s [[UpdatedRerelease Updated Re-releases]] that include not only the stuff that was added to the North American and European versions, but more often than not, also all-new stuff to go along with it. Misleadingly, these are called ''International'' versions.



** "TheHeartless" don't actually lack hearts; they're monsters born from the negative emotions of people whose hearts have been corrupted by darkness. When a person's corrupted heart is separated from their body and becomes a Heartless, the resulting heartless shell is actually called a "Nobody". So in other words: the Heartless have hearts, and the Nobodies have bodies, but the Heartless have no bodies, and the Nobodies are heartless. Confused yet?
** Also: despite the misleading name, Nobodies have identities, and (usually) look exactly like their former selves. The Heartless are the ones who (usually) look like faceless ghosts and have no individual identities. [[RunningGag Confused yet?]]

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** "TheHeartless" don't actually lack hearts; they're monsters born from the negative emotions of people whose hearts have been corrupted by darkness. When a person's corrupted heart is separated from their body and becomes a Heartless, the resulting heartless shell is actually called a "Nobody". "Nobody." So in other words: the Heartless have hearts, and the Nobodies have bodies, but the Heartless have no bodies, and the Nobodies are heartless. Confused yet?
** Also: despite Despite the misleading name, Nobodies have identities, and (usually) look exactly like their former selves. The Heartless are the ones who (usually) look like faceless ghosts and have no individual identities. [[RunningGag Confused yet?]]



** 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.
** The "[[Film/{{Tron}} Space Paranoids]]" level from ''Kingdom Hearts 2'' doesn't take place in space, it takes place in a computer simulation. It has absolutely nothing to do with space.

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** VideoGame/KingdomHearts2 ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' is actually the third game in the series, after ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories.'' ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts3'' ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories''. ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsIII'' is even worse, [[SequelNumberSnarl since it's the eleventh game game]] (not counting rereleases re-releases and remakes), and, as of this writing, ''still'' hasn't been released.
** The "[[Film/{{Tron}} Space Paranoids]]" level from ''Kingdom Hearts 2'' II'' doesn't take place in space, it takes place in a computer simulation. It has absolutely nothing to do with space.



** Rayquaza's special move Dragon Ascent is actually a Flying type move, instead of the more obvious Dragon type.
** The move Aerial Ace, while a Flying-type move, is actually based on swordplay (it's called Tsubame Gaeshi, meaning Swallow Reversal, in Japan, which is a famous sword technique) and has nothing to do with actually being a flying ace, explaining why it can be learned by - among others - the wingless, 800lb Rock/Steel type Aggron and the perpetually subterranean Ground-type Diglett.
** The move Rain Dance is not an actual dance. Its Japanese name is Ama-goi, which means Rain Prayer or just "praying for rain".
** The move Thunder is a lightning strike. This is due to mistranslation - its Japanese name, Kaminari, can mean either "thunder" or "lightning". Same with Thunder Punch, which actually should have been Lightning Punch.

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** Rayquaza's special move Dragon Ascent is actually a Flying type Flying-type move, instead of the more obvious Dragon type.
** The move Aerial Ace, while a Flying-type move, is actually based on swordplay (it's called Tsubame Gaeshi, meaning Swallow Reversal, in Japan, which is a famous sword technique) and has nothing to do with actually being [[AcePilot a flying ace, ace]], explaining why it can be learned by - -- among others - -- the wingless, 800lb Rock/Steel type Aggron and the perpetually subterranean Ground-type Diglett.
** The move Rain Dance is not an actual dance. Its Japanese name is Ama-goi, which means Rain Prayer or just "praying for rain".
rain."
** The move Thunder is a lightning strike. This is due to mistranslation - -- its Japanese name, Kaminari, can mean either "thunder" or "lightning". "lightning." Same with Thunder Punch, which actually should have been Lightning Punch.



** The "Dark" type has very little to do with darkness and a lot to do with not playing fair. This is again because the original Japanese name is "Aku", meaning "Evil".
** Even the term "evolution" as used in the games is itself non-indicative. In biology, evolution is a slow and constant change that occurs to a species (not individual creatures) over thousands or even millions of years. What actually happens when Pokémon evolve in the games is closer to metamorphosis than evolution. This is not a translation issue, as the Japanese term "shinka" does mean "evolution", although it is often used in Japanese media to describe something or someone changing into a more powerful form.
** All towns and areas in the series are hit with SpaceCompression, but none quite so hard as Ever Grande City, the final area of ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''. Despite its name, the entire area consists of a mountainous island with one Pokemon Center at the beginning, the Pokemon League at the end, and the cave Victory Road connecting the two, with no other business, installments, and seemingly not even any permanent residents.

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** The "Dark" type has very little to do with darkness and a lot to do with [[CombatPragmatist not playing fair. fair]]. This is again because the original Japanese name is "Aku", "Aku," meaning "Evil".
"Evil."
** Even the term "evolution" as used in the games is itself non-indicative. In biology, evolution is a slow and constant change that occurs to a species (not individual creatures) over thousands or even millions of years. What actually happens when Pokémon evolve in the games is closer to metamorphosis than evolution. This is not a translation issue, as the Japanese term "shinka" does mean "evolution", "evolution," although it is often used in Japanese media to describe something or someone changing into a more powerful form.
** All towns and areas in the series are hit with SpaceCompression, but none quite so hard as Ever Grande City, the final area of ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''. Despite its name, the entire area consists of a mountainous island with one Pokemon Pokémon Center at the beginning, the Pokemon Pokémon League at the end, and the cave Victory Road connecting the two, with no other business, installments, and seemingly not even any permanent residents.



* There is an arena in a few ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' games called Jade's Desert. No reason has ever been given as to why it is named after Jade. In fact, it first appears in ''Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3'', and seeing as the plot of that game takes place in Earthrealm, it's doubtful that this arena is even part of the Outworld, making it odd that it would be named after an Edenia native. To make it even more confusing, when the arena reappears in ''9'', a statue of Sindel is added; possibly suggesting the place had something to do with Edenia, but not Jade.

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* There is an arena in a few ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' games called Jade's Desert. No reason has ever been given as to why it is named after Jade. In fact, it first appears in ''Ultimate ''[[VideoGame/MortalKombat3 Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3'', 3]]'', and seeing as the plot of that game takes place in Earthrealm, it's doubtful that this arena is even part of the Outworld, making it odd that it would be named after an Edenia native. To make it even more confusing, when the arena reappears in ''9'', ''[[VideoGame/MortalKombat9 9]]'', a statue of Sindel is added; added, possibly suggesting the place had something to do with Edenia, but not Jade.



** The titular Mega Man is a robot boy. His Japanese name is Rock Man, after his civilian name Rock; however, he does not use Rock elemental powers unless he beats a rock elemental boss, and though his name goes with his sister's name, Roll, both have absolutely nothing to do with music.

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** The titular Mega Man is a robot boy. His Japanese name is Rock Man, after his civilian name Rock; however, he does not use Rock elemental rock-elemental powers unless he beats a rock elemental rock-elemental boss, and though his name [[ThemeNaming goes with his sister's name, name]], Roll, both have absolutely nothing to do with music.



** ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce 2'' has no references to the Star Force that gave you your SuperMode in the first game. Solo/Rogue, introduced in the second game, is only half-non-indicative; he does prefer to work "solo", but he hasn't gone rogue from anything, to the point where his entire character is focused on loyalty to his [[LastOfHisKind vanished homeland]], nor does he demonstrate any particular talent for stealth or theft - the one time he actually goes a-stealin', his actual ''objective'' ends up in Omega Xiz's stomach.

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** ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce 2'' has no references to the Star Force that gave you your SuperMode in the first game. Solo/Rogue, introduced in the second game, is only half-non-indicative; he does prefer to work "solo", but he hasn't gone rogue from anything, to the point where his entire character is focused on loyalty to his [[LastOfHisKind vanished homeland]], nor does he demonstrate any particular talent for stealth or theft - -- the one time he actually goes a-stealin', his actual ''objective'' ends up in Omega Xiz's Omega-Xis' stomach.



* ''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!]]
* ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' is not nearly as depressing and apocalyptic as the title makes it sound. This is largely due to copyright issue - the game's Japanese name is ''It's A Wonderful World'', which makes the game sound rather more upbeat than it is. The true relevance of the title is revealed partway through, just not in the way you'd expect. It's a philosophical statement, and a reason why you should "expand your horizons".
* ''Disney/TreasurePlanet: Battle at Procyon'' never features the actual Procyon. In fact, the player never even leaves the borders of TheEmpire. You do fight the Procyons, but this still doesn't explain the "at" preposition. Lampshaded by an end credit that says, "No battle actually takes place at Procyon".

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* ''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 ...''Warcraft'' [[RecycledInSpace ... but in space!]]
* ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' is not nearly as depressing and apocalyptic as the title makes it sound. This is largely due to copyright issue - -- the game's Japanese name is ''It's A Wonderful World'', which makes the game sound rather more upbeat than it is. The true relevance of the title is revealed partway through, just not in the way you'd expect. It's a philosophical statement, and a reason why you should "expand your horizons".
horizons."
* ''Disney/TreasurePlanet: Battle at Procyon'' never features the actual Procyon. In fact, the player never even leaves the borders of TheEmpire. You do fight the Procyons, but this still doesn't explain the "at" preposition. Lampshaded by an end credit that says, "No battle actually takes place at Procyon".Procyon."



* In ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'', [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]] are really [[EldritchAbomination horrifying monsters]] that dress it up really nicely, and their names are no exception, with misnomers like Affinity, Dear and Decorations, Inspired, and Jubileus. Mostly averted with the [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demon race]], whose names instead invoke NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast, but Sloth is an absolutely brutal sword-wielding LightningBruiser.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'', [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]] are really [[EldritchAbomination horrifying monsters]] that dress it up really nicely, and their names are no exception, with misnomers like Affinity, Dear and Decorations, Inspired, and Jubileus. Mostly averted with the [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demon demon race]], whose names instead invoke NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast, but Sloth is an absolutely brutal sword-wielding LightningBruiser.



** A lot of the boss characters are named after random mythical characters without any concern for how well they match up to the name. The most notable case may be Beowulf from the third game, who is actually a pretty accurate depiction of the demon Pazuzu.

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** A lot of the boss characters are named after random mythical characters without any concern for how well they match up to the name. The most notable case may be Beowulf Literature/{{Beowulf}} from the third game, who is actually a pretty accurate depiction of the demon Pazuzu.



*** You don't actually kill Abe Lincoln in "Abe Lincoln Must Die!". In fact, he doesn't die at all.

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*** You don't actually kill Abe Lincoln in "Abe Lincoln Must Die!". Die!" In fact, he doesn't die at all.



*** "Beyond the Alley of the Dolls". There are no visitable alleys, and there is only one doll, which is in Max's inventory. Also, you don't go beyond anything, alley or otherwise.

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*** "Beyond the Alley of the Dolls". Dolls." There are no visitable alleys, and there is only one doll, which is in Max's inventory. Also, you don't go beyond anything, alley or otherwise.



* The ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' games (gaiden meaning side story) are not a side story to anything, except for the Sega versions which were the first to use the ''Ninja Gaiden'' title outside the U.S.

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* The ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' games (gaiden (''gaiden'' meaning side story) "side story") are not a side story to anything, except for the Sega versions which were the first to use the ''Ninja Gaiden'' title outside the U.S.



* ''Hang-On II'' is not a sequel to ''[[VideoGame/HangOn Hang-On]]'', it's just an SG-1000 port of the original game. The {{UsefulNotes/MSX}} port of ''Hang-On'' is identical in all but the title screen. The number was only added to distinguish it from the Master System port of ''Hang-On'' released prior to it; the actual sequel was ''Super Hang-On.''

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* ''Hang-On II'' is not a sequel to ''[[VideoGame/HangOn Hang-On]]'', it's just an SG-1000 port of the original game. The {{UsefulNotes/MSX}} UsefulNotes/{{MSX}} port of ''Hang-On'' is identical in all but the title screen. The number was only added to distinguish it from the Master System port of ''Hang-On'' released prior to it; the actual sequel was ''Super Hang-On.''Hang-On''.



* In ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedRevelations'', the Templar faction in Istanbul are called the Byzantines and are trying to restore the UsefulNotes/ByzantineEmpire to its former glory. While the characters refer to them as the Byzantines, in real life they were never called that. Instead, the Byzantines actually called themselves "Romans" because they were part of the East Roman Empire. Additionally, they never were called the Byzantine Empire either as that was a name thought up by a historian years after its destruction. Further muddling the issue is the fact that [[spoiler:the new Grandmaster of the Templar Order is in fact an Ottoman prince, i.e. a member of the dynasty that led the Turks in the conquest of Constantinople from the Byzantine Empire]]. Somewhat justified in that in-universe the dialog is being translated by the Animus into Desmond's native language (English), and it's not unreasonable to assume it is [[TranslationConvention translating the name of the faction to one Desmond would be familiar with.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedRevelations'', the Templar faction in Istanbul are called the Byzantines and are trying to restore the UsefulNotes/ByzantineEmpire to its former glory. While the characters refer to them as the Byzantines, in real life they were never called that. Instead, the Byzantines actually called themselves "Romans" because they were part of the East Roman Empire. Additionally, they never were called the Byzantine Empire either as that was a name thought up by a historian years after its destruction. Further muddling the issue is the fact that [[spoiler:the new Grandmaster of the Templar Order is in fact an Ottoman prince, i.e. a member of the dynasty that led the Turks in the conquest of Constantinople from the Byzantine Empire]]. Somewhat justified in that in-universe the dialog is being translated by the Animus into Desmond's native language (English), and it's not unreasonable to assume it is [[TranslationConvention translating the name of the faction to one Desmond would be familiar with.]]with]].



** The only connection between the rest of the franchise and ''VideoGame/StreetFighter2010: The Final Fight'' is the main character's name, Ken; and even that doesn't apply to the Japanese version.
** 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 that came afterward.

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** The only connection between the rest of the franchise and ''VideoGame/StreetFighter2010: The Final Fight'' is the main character's name, Ken; Ken, and even that doesn't apply to the Japanese version.
** The puzzle game spinoff spin-off ''Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo'' is [[SelfDeprecation a play on on]] ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterII Turbo''. [[CapcomSequelStagnation It is not a "super" or "turbo" edition of an existing game, game]], nor is there more than one ''Puzzle Fighter'' game in the series, unless you count all the ports that came afterward.



** In ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes'' and ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroesVsStreetFighter'', Blackheart has a special move called "Inferno", which is not only a [[PlayingWithFire fire-elemental]] move, but can also be [[AnIcePerson ice]] and [[ShockAndAwe lightning]]-elemental, making it a FireIceLightning move. It gets stranger in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom2'', where the fire and lightning Infernos are removed, leaving Blackheart with the ice variation.
** Hulk's moves have nothing to do with Gamma Radiation, not even Gamma Wave. They mostly involve giant rocks, which makes sense for Gamma Crush and Gamma Quake, but not Gamma Wave or Gamma Tsunami. Gamma charge does not charge you with Gamma radiation, it just involves Hulk charging forward. The Professor, the persona used for Hulk until the third installment might have named these attacks as such since he was able to use it in his Gamma Radiation induced transformation, but there's no reason [[TheBrute Savage Hulk]] would say anything other than "SMASH" when using these attacks.

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** In ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes'' and ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroesVsStreetFighter'', Blackheart has a special move called "Inferno", "Inferno," which is not only a [[PlayingWithFire fire-elemental]] move, but can also be [[AnIcePerson ice]] and [[ShockAndAwe lightning]]-elemental, making it a FireIceLightning move. It gets stranger in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom2'', where the fire and lightning Infernos are removed, leaving Blackheart with the ice variation.
** Hulk's moves have nothing to do with Gamma Radiation, gamma radiation, not even Gamma Wave. They mostly involve giant rocks, which makes sense for Gamma Crush and Gamma Quake, but not Gamma Wave or Gamma Tsunami. Gamma charge Charge does not charge you with Gamma radiation, it just involves Hulk charging forward. The Professor, the persona used for Hulk until the third installment ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', might have named these attacks as such since he was able to use it in his Gamma Radiation induced gamma radiation-induced transformation, but there's no reason [[TheBrute Savage Hulk]] would say anything other than "SMASH" [[HulkSpeak "SMASH!"]] when using these attacks.



** Wesker's counter Hyper is called Rhino Charge. It does not involve him charging forward like a rhino, he simply catches the opponent's attack and does a counter jab.
* The Black [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Tyranno]] in ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' isn't black, at all. It has more of a grayish teal color.

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** Wesker's counter {{counter|Attack}} Hyper is called Rhino Charge.Charge, as per one of his moves in The Mercenaries from ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5''. It does not involve him charging forward like a rhino, he simply catches the opponent's attack and does a counter jab.
* The Black [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Tyranno]] in ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' isn't black, at all. It has more of a grayish teal grayish-teal color.



* In ''Franchise/FireEmblem'', the Fire Emblem itself is only a minor MacGuffin, and it's not even present in all of the games.

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* In ''Franchise/FireEmblem'', ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'', the Fire Emblem itself is only a minor MacGuffin, and it's not even present in all of the games.



** ''VideoGame/SilentHill1'' has a nightmarish FinalBoss theme called [[http://youtu.be/fCHC8rujW3Q "My Heaven"]]. The meaning of the title is open to interpretation, but the implications are anything but heavenly. The "song" is supposed to be the main character's monster-detecting radio reacting to the presence of the final boss.

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** ''VideoGame/SilentHill1'' has a nightmarish FinalBoss theme called [[http://youtu.be/fCHC8rujW3Q [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCHC8rujW3Q "My Heaven"]]. Heaven."]] The meaning of the title is open to interpretation, but the implications are anything but heavenly. The "song" is supposed to be the main character's monster-detecting radio reacting to the presence of the final boss.



* ''Putzi'', the titular character of a German freeware game ([[{{Vaporware}} or at least its demo and its remake's demo]]), is a mage whose face is completely in shadow aside from the shiny eyes. The word "putzig" means "cute" or "twee".

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* ''Putzi'', the titular character of a German freeware game ([[{{Vaporware}} or at least its demo and its remake's demo]]), is a mage whose face is completely in shadow aside from the shiny eyes. The word "putzig" means "cute" or "twee"."twee."
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* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'''s Sol Badguy is actually the main hero.
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** Speaking of the Dwemer, their last king was known primarily as Dumac Dwarfking. However, he is alternatively known by the names "Dwarf-Orc" and "Dumalacath", which would seem to indicate that he had some sort of connection with the [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Orcs]]. No such connection is evident from any established lore and may have been a WrittenByTheWinners attempt by the [[CorruptChurch Tribunal Temple]] to demonize Dumac (since the Dunmer people weren't exactly fond of anything relating to the Orcs).
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** St. Alessia, [[FounderOfTheKingdom founder of the First Cyrodiilic Empire]], is said to have been the first "Dragonborn". However, she wasn't a Dragonborn in the same sense as the dragon-soul-stealing instant-Thu'um-mastery Dragonborn heroes of Nordic legend (made famous in ''Skyrim'', of which Miraak was the first). Alessia ''was'' the first Emperor of Cyrodiil imbued with blood from the heart of Akatosh, the [[DragonsAreDivine Dragon God]] of Time and [[TopGod chief deity]] of the Imperial pantheon, as part of sealing a pact with her (metaphysical) line to protect Mundus against incursions from Oblivion.
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