This page is a translated version
of the page The Cutting Room Floor
and the translation is 100% complete.
The Cutting Room Floor 是一个专注于发掘和研究电子游戏中未使用或删减的内容。从Debug菜单到未使用的音乐、图像、敌人和关卡，许多游戏拥有注定不会被开发者以外的人看到的内容 — 或者，本应能被任何人所知，但由于时间或资金而被删减的内容。
Publisher: Square (JP, US), Sony Computer Entertainment (EU)
Released: 1991, SNES; 2002, PlayStation
Final Fantasy IV is the first SNES game in the Final Fantasy series. It has loads of differences not only between the original Japanese and American/Easy Type versions, but also between the SNES and PlayStation versions. There are some oddities here and there as well.
Did You Know...
- ...that Mickey Mania on the Genesis has a special message that can only be seen by changing the region of the console after the game has loaded?
- ...that Bionic Commando: Elite Forces was considered for a two-player mode? And that it contains a large collection of graphics from a game that wouldn't be out for a few more months?
- ...that many older games have uncompiled code snippets sloppily included?
- ...that Skullgirls has an ASCII portrait of a Persona 2 character hidden in its cutscene script files?
- ...that Commando was originally called Combat, and was renamed Space Invasion in West Germany?
- ...that DuckTales has a third ending with a very obscure unlocking method?