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Submitted by iamnsuperman 892d ago | opinion piece

The 6 Worst Ideas Nearly Included In Great Video Games

You don't think of video games as having "deleted scenes," but stuff gets cut from games at the last minute, the same as with movies. The difference is that once a scene is cut from a movie, you'll never see it unless they choose to throw it onto a DVD. Cutting scenes from games isn't so easy, so the code is usually lurking around in there for you to find, if it's not sitting right out in the open in some early or foreign edition of the game. This can lead to bizarre discoveries in games we thought we knew well, like ...

by By:Maxwell Yezpitelok, M. Asher Cantrell (Atomic Bomberman, Culture, Earthbound, Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter, Mega Man, The Legend of Zelda, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)

claud3  +   892d ago
Cool.. like the zelda one and wish i could have a go at that star fox

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