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== Other ==
 
== Other ==
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=== Requested disambiguation pages ===
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==== Akumajou Dracula ====
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:'''''Akumajou Dracula''''' may refer to:
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*[[tcrf:Castlevania (NES)|The NES game]], also known as ''Castlevania''.
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*[[tcrf:Vampire Killer (MSX2)|The MSX2 game]], also known as ''Vampire Killer''.
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*[[tcrf:Haunted Castle|The arcade game]], also known as ''Haunted Castle''.
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*[[tcrf:Super Castlevania IV|The SNES game]], also known as ''Super Castlevania IV''.
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*[[tcrf:Akumajou Dracula (Sharp X68000)|The Sharp X68000 game]].
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=== Article content ===
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(includes bugs, notes, and prototype pages)<!-- ignore the namespace prefix when alphabetizing -->
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==== [[tcrf:Sega Saturn|Sega Saturn]] ====
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The word "four" in the lede should link to [[tcrf:Category:PlayStation 4 games|Category:PlayStation 4 games]].
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==== [[tcrf:Bugs:Yume Nikki#Speed Glitch|Bugs:Yume Nikki#Speed Glitch]] ====
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The glitch described here works ''only'' in fan translations, because they remove the "Move while seated" message. This section should be about the [[wikia:yumenikki:Effects#Hyperspeed Glitch|hyperspeed glitch]], which works in all versions.
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=== Category pages ===
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==== [[tcrf:Category:PlayStation games|Category:PlayStation games]] ====
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The words ''SNES "Play Station" CD-ROM attachment'' in the lede should link to [[tcrf:Super Disc Boot ROM|Super Disc Boot ROM]].<!-- the [[tcrf:PlayStation|]] article says "bad falling-out with Nintendo"; should we do the same there? -->

Revision as of 04:42, 5 February 2019

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From To Summary Footnotes
Air Rescue Air Rescue (Sega Master System) distinguish from arcade game
Amidar Amidar (Arcade) has an Atari 2600 port
DoDonPachi DoDonPachi (Arcade) has PlayStation and Saturn ports
Final Fantasy VII Final Fantasy VII (PlayStation) has a Windows port
Lazors Lazors (iOS) also for Android
Mega Man X Mega Man X (SNES) has a DOS port
Mega Man X7 Mega Man X7 (PlayStation 2) Korea-exclusive Windows port
Mega Man X8 Mega Man X8 (PlayStation 2) Korea-exclusive Windows port
Mouja Mouja (Arcade) has a Saturn port
Super Real Mahjong PIV Super Real Mahjong PIV (SNES) port of an arcade game
Top Gunner Top Gunner (Konami) Exidy also released an arcade game titled Top Gunner in 1986 [pagemove 1]
Yume Nikki Yume Nikki (Windows) has HTML5, Android, and iOS ports [pagemove 2]
  1. Consider creating a redirect from Jackal (Arcade).
  2. Warning: many subpages. Consider giving a heads-up to active editors such as Dasutein.

Other

Article content

(includes bugs, notes, and prototype pages)

Sega Saturn

The word "four" in the lede should link to Category:PlayStation 4 games.

Bugs:Yume Nikki#Speed Glitch

The glitch described here works only in fan translations, because they remove the "Move while seated" message. This section should be about the hyperspeed glitch, which works in all versions.

Category pages

Category:PlayStation games

The words SNES "Play Station" CD-ROM attachment in the lede should link to Super Disc Boot ROM.