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The entry about the Magikoopa being Kamek from Yoshi's Island is a HUGE YMMV issue. The fact is that "kamek" is literally the Japanese name for Magikoopa, like Goomba are Kuribo. There is no solid proof that it's THE Kamek, because Nintendo kinda screwed the pooch by naming the generic Japanese name for an enemy become the actual name of a specific character in the US.
Seems like GameFAQs supports that view. I would remove the entry for being speculation.
I can't believe this game has only named 1 Trope. It defined so much of my personally understanding of Gaming, especially RP Gs.
At the end of the game, Geno leaves the doll he possessed. However, the sprite of his star form at the end of the game is completely different from the sprite of his star form when he initially appeared. Is anyone else bothered by that? Also, what trope would this go under?
Regarding the weapon that Mack is based on... I know that his English name comes from the song "Mack the Knife", but after you beat him, the narration refers to him as a "sword-like creature", and his Japanese name is Kenzoru, with "ken" meaning "sword". Why does everyone seem to ignore this? He's not a knife! He's a sword!
Is there a video of the Kero Sewers/Land's End sequence break? I can't find one anywhere.
How would one go about creating a character sheet and a YMMV page for this article? I'm unsure about creating the pages but once they're up I can expand them considerably.
Already created. Good fun.
Many thanks! :)
The Bicep-Polishing Gesture should be removed. After seeing the win pose myself, it's pretty clear he's giving the "up yours" gesture. I already added Flipping the Bird, which would be much more accurate.
In the "Cowboys And Indians" trope, it says that Gaz makes the Bowser doll kill the Mario doll, when, in actuality, the Mario doll leaves the battle to work on a farm.
Um... no, he "bought the farm". That's a euphemism for dying.
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