Radar / Kid Icarus: Uprising
Despite the series just being revived and being an E10+ game, you wouldn't believe how many sexual jokes (amongst others) got past the radar.
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- At one point in the game, near a hot spring, Palutena wonders why Pit doesn't remove his clothes. After a few inquiries, Pit answers it saves on laundry. In the original Japanese version, Palutena's practically begging him to remove his clothes, telling him it's alright and Pit tells her that he doesn't trust her, thinking she'll look.
- This exchange:
Palutena: I'm sensing treasure somewhere to your left.
Pit: How do you know that?
Palutena: From the heavens, I can see through your laurel crown to divine your surroundings!
Pit: Really? That's amazing!
Palutena: And that's not all I can see, Pit. I can also see what's in your heart.
Pit: Oh... (nervous) Heh heh... That's really... something.
Pit: WHAT?! HOW DID YOU—
Palutena: (teasingly) Sure you were.
- Pit's steamed sacred buns.
Magnus: I don't want to see that thing!
- Hey there, Pitstain.
- Pit finds a hot spring with a Space Pirate already bathing in it:
Pit: Space Pirate hot spring!
Palutena: It looks like somebody beat you to it.
Pit: I hope there's room for one more...
Palutena: There's always room for one more!
- Another point with a hot spring has Viridi wondering if it's a pool of... something else. Considering that it's yellow... eww.
- Pit-in-Magnus's-body talking about removing his pants to use the Hot Springs. Magnus is indignant about it being his body.
- Pit telling Hades to go home after Hades mocks Pit by saying how he should kill Palutena instead of saving her. At first, it doesn't seem like anything new, but then you realize that Pit is serious when he tells Hades to go home. And Hades' home is essentially Hell... so Pit is basically telling Hades to go to Hell.
- When Pandora is resurrected in human form, she tells Palutena and Viridi to "Eat their hearts out." The ensuing argument makes it frighteningly unsubtle about what they're referring to.
- Hades' implications of how he'll get Pit out of the Womb Level certainly qualify.
- Pit and Viridi's conversation about clubs is filled with double entendres.
- Hades slips the word "hell" into one of his questions during chapter 15. Not really "crap past the radar", but certainly odd coming from a Nintendo game.
Hades: Just one of their bases? How much more hell DO they plan to raise?