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Cute Namco Famicom Game Hides Scathing Message

By Spencer . September 7, 2009 . 11:00am

Programmers hide Easter Eggs all of the time, but not as biting as the hidden message in Erika to Satoru no Yumebouken. Whoever wrote this must have been vexed while working at Atlus, the developer of the dream adventure.

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Chun Li’s Mega Man 9 Cameo

By Spencer . September 23, 2008 . 11:06am

Did you watch Mega Man 9’s introduction video before challenging the eight robot masters? Chun Li briefly makes an appearance in it as a newscaster! This isn’t the only time Chun Li appeared in a game outside of the Street Fighter series. She’s an Easter Egg in Breath of Fire too. Still a neat surprise […]

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Game and Watch games buried in Nintendo’s DS dictionary

By Spencer . January 30, 2007 . 12:32pm

  If you type “ball” in DS Rakubiki Jiten two words show up and if you click on the grey word it opens up the classic Game & Watch game Ball. The game is played entirely on the touch screen where you hit left and right to keep the two balls balanced in the air. […]

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Hidden song in many Nintendo titles

By Spencer . October 16, 2006 . 2:33pm

Composer Kazumi Totaka worked on composing the score of first party Nintendo games like Mario Paint and the Animal Crossing series. What do the games he worked on have in common? A single hidden melody. If you go up to K.K. Slider in Animal Crossing you can get the song to play in your house […]

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