The Cutting Room Floor estas retejo dediĉita al elterigado kaj esplorado de neuzataj kaj tranĉitaj enhavoj el videoludoj. De elpurigaj menuoj, ĝis neuzataj muziko, grafikaĵoj, malamikoj aŭ niveloj, multaj ludoj havas enhavon neniam destinitan esti vidita de iu ajn krom la programistoj — aŭ eĉ celita por ĉiuj, sed tranĉita pro tempaj / buĝetaj limoj.
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Developer: Square Product Development Division 1
Publisher: Square (JP), SCEA (US), SCEE (EU), SCE Australia (AUS)
Released: 1997, PlayStation
Final Fantasy VII was the first step into the PlayStation for the Final Fantasy series. It's been a rather divisive game in many ways, but what isn't is how much they left in the game, including some very detailed debug rooms.
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Pilotwings lets you fly a biplane, ride a rocket belt, sky dive, and then fail miserably at hang gliding, all in glorious Mode 7.
Developer files that were leaked revealed WIP graphics and maps.
One of these is a gigantic map consisting of a whopping 64 tilemaps (TEST-1X.scr - TEST-16X.scr) featuring a big isle with landing fields, ships, houses, and... a message from a ticked developer in the middle of the isle. It's dated February 28, 1989, according to the metastamp found in the .scr files (NAK1989 S-CG-CADVer1.00 890228).