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Developer: Nintendo, Intelligent Systems
Released: 2004, GameCube
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door is the sequel to the original Paper Mario game, which was released for the GameCube. As big as the success was with the previous game, the follow-up is considered to be the best of the spin-off franchise by fans, due to it expanding on what was settled in the original such as bigger maps, improved graphics and details and a brand new post-game quest.
The game has appeared to have undergone a wealth of balance changes and scrapped enemies, along with some unused characters and items that never appear in the final game! There's also a bunch of overlooked and unseen oddities, considering the amount of detail this game had received during development.
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The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall is the second entry in the Elder Scrolls series, and quite possibly one of the most ambitious RPGs of the era. Unfortunately, "ambitious" doesn't mean "not broken" and the game was almost comedically buggy.
While Skakmat is referenced in the game, it's never seen at any point. Skakmat is notable for being one of the few unused characters without a sprite specified in its political factions entry. Instead, a model would have been used. Skakamat does have a portrait as well as textures for what would presumably be his model. However, the corresponding model doesn't seem to exist in the game's data. According to his website, Mark Jones was the one that modeled the dragon and he claims that it was long since lost because of a server change at Bethesda. The only thing that remains are the textures and the Daedra Seducer's wing flapping animation (as said animation was recycled for said enemy).