Similarly Named Works: This wiki alone has four pages for four different works all named Sweet Home. Though technically there are only two stories between the four works, since the miniseries is based on the webcomic and the video game is based on the film.
The game has never been re-released in any form anywhere — not even on the Japanese Virtual Console. If it were re-released anywhere besides the Japanese Virtual Console, then it probably would be released outside of Japan. This is also compounded with the following example below.
This applies to the movies as well as they have yet to be re-released on DVD.
No Export for You: The game has never been translated and released in the United States, despite being the spiritual predecessor of one of Capcom's biggest franchises since Street Fighter. This is understandable given to the graphic content in the game for the time, though it is possible nowadays if CAPCOM is willing. On that note, the film was never released in the States either.
What Could Have Been: A lot of people suspect the reason the game was never released outside of Japan was again, due to the inappropriate content. As it turns out, Nintendo Power stated there were plans for an North American release. Unfortunately, it was completely impossible to tone it all down in accordance to Nintendo's censorship policies at the time.
Dyeing for Your Art: Seo Yi-kyung's actress Lee Si-young shed her body fat until it was around 8% so that her "muscles will show" (according to her trainer) and had to strictly monitor her diet for two weeks, among other measures.