History Redundancy / VideoGames

20th Feb '16 4:55:50 PM Vir
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* Metal Man from ''MegaMan2''. As {{Seanbaby}} put it:

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* Metal Man from ''MegaMan2''.''VideoGame/MegaMan2''. As {{Seanbaby}} put it:



** A staple of Kirby games is a world called "Green Greens."

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** A staple of Kirby Franchise/{{Kirby}} games is a world called "Green Greens." "
** One of the items introduced in ''Super Smash Bros. Melee'' gives the user the Screw Attack ability from the ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' series. You can use it as Samus, the protagonist of the series, who already has the ability built into her moveset.
19th Feb '16 7:40:55 PM Shaid
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** A quest in the game is given to you by a guy who keeps screaming to be shot in the face. His name is [[AwesomeMcCoolName Face Mcshooty]]. The turn-in box reads as follows: "Shoot This Guy in the Face/Shoot Face Mcshooty in the face./You shot him in the face./Turn In: Face Mcshooty"
10th Feb '16 2:40:16 PM PDL
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** Clefairy is classified as the Fairy Pokemon, but starting in Gen VI, it's now a Fairy type and is able to use Fairy Wind.
31st Jan '16 12:30:02 PM Vir
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* The infamous {{NES}} accessory R.O.B. is sometimes referred to as "R.O.B. the Robot", or "'''R'''obotic '''O'''perating '''B'''uddy the Robot".
* The way the battle strings are put together in ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} Stadium 2'', combined with the game's somewhat more literal translation when compared to other games in the series, can result in such lovely sentences as "[Pokémon]'s WING ATTACK attack!"

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* The infamous {{NES}} NES accessory R.O.B. is sometimes referred to as "R.O.B. the Robot", or "'''R'''obotic '''O'''perating '''B'''uddy the Robot".
* The way the battle strings are put together in ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} Stadium ''VideoGame/PokemonStadium 2'', combined with the game's somewhat more literal translation when compared to other games in the series, can result in such lovely sentences as "[Pokémon]'s WING ATTACK attack!"
31st Jan '16 12:29:35 PM Vir
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** You also have the Tessie hunting group at lake Tessie searching for Tessie.

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** You also have the Tessie hunting group at lake Lake Tessie searching for Tessie.



* In the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' series there is a type of weapon called a MAC, which stands for Magnetic Accelerator Cannon. Sometimes people call them MAC Cannons. Halo: Reach is guilty of calling it a MAC Cannon.

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* In the ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' series there is a type of weapon called a MAC, which stands for Magnetic Accelerator Cannon. Sometimes people call them MAC Cannons. Halo: Reach ''Halo: Reach'' is guilty of calling it a MAC Cannon.
26th Jan '16 7:01:16 PM Vir
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* Someone in {{VideoGame/Earthbound}} gives you the "Machine that Opens Doors, especially when you have a slightly bad key" machine.

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* Someone in {{VideoGame/Earthbound}} ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' gives you the "Machine that Opens Doors, especially when you have a slightly bad key" machine.
26th Jan '16 6:58:59 PM Vir
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* Trevor from VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV gives us this quote:

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* Trevor from VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'' gives us this quote:
21st Jan '16 5:39:23 PM nombretomado
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* The {{Steam}} description for ''[[VideoGame/{{Driver}} Driver: Parallel Lines]]'' advertises how you can "Experience New York's gritty underworld as the most lethal wheelman for hire in the both the 70's of the past and the modern times of today." Giving them the benefit of the doubt, the '70s COULD refer to future '70s. But modern times ''are'' today.

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* The {{Steam}} UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} description for ''[[VideoGame/{{Driver}} Driver: Parallel Lines]]'' advertises how you can "Experience New York's gritty underworld as the most lethal wheelman for hire in the both the 70's of the past and the modern times of today." Giving them the benefit of the doubt, the '70s COULD refer to future '70s. But modern times ''are'' today.
1st Jan '16 3:43:40 AM DavidCowie
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* If you view the on-screen User's Guide on the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4, you will find a section about the User's Guide which says "This User's Guide is displayed when you select [User's Guide]."
31st Dec '15 12:36:39 AM Dallenson
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'''Achievement Unlocked:''' ''The Part Where He Kills You''\\
'''Achievement description:''' ''This is that part.''

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'''Achievement '''Achievement/Trophy Unlocked:''' ''The Part Where He Kills You''\\
'''Achievement '''Achievement/Trophy description:''' ''This is that part.''
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