What games do you remember to be different than they were when you replayed them?
honestly, probably most of them. arcade games especially, since I never went to the arcade regularly and happened to remember the games differently even when I went to school the next day. I remember double dragon as more violent, with blood and no slowdown when I was telling my friends about it
>>9934339This, though mostly because you didn't play that shit at home and have time to absorb everything like a home console game.
i remember seeing a thread on /x/ once where somebody posted those books and one of them was actually "stein" instead of stain
i spent my entire life repeating the myth that doom didnt have mouse support
>>9934392is it possible that it was added in an update / ultimate doom but the original release and or shareware version didnt have it?
There's a game called Caveman Games. It was on the NES and PC. When I was 6, I played it on the Genesis with one of my friends. Many years later, I found out that no such port exists
In the late 90s my mom gave me a copy of sonic and knuckles for Christmas. It was a plain cart with no lockon feature. I had it into adulthood when it disappeared from my possessions at some point. Apparently there were no copies of sonic and knuckles without the lockon feature.
>>9934376That's the Chinese version, you know, like Mikey Mouse and Super Mary Bros.
>>9934217I don’t remember Zidane having a tail for some reason
>>9934696That's like when my mom bought me Golden Axe III for the Genesis, but if you check now they say it never got released in the USA. But I did have it and it was an American release. My mother had no knowledge of how to get Japanese imports back then, and I just wanted American carts/CDs.
None because I'm not a fucking autistic aspergers retard who believes in this "mandela" garbage. Try having a triple digit IQ.
>>9934696It may be a bootleg cart. They didn't have lock on > be me> a 3rd worlder> read about "lock-on" feature in a cheat code book> it only have a vague description like "connect two cartridges and get extra features"> have no idea what is this sorcery> trying to lock two Sega cartridges by pushing them against each other
Kazaam on sega genesis
>>9935278It was released on sega channel in the US, you sure it wasn't just that you played it on that?
>>9934217Only one that stands out to me is the N64 version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. My friend rented a lot of Blockbuster games and we both have the same memory of playing this when he rented it for his n64, problem is, it never came out on the 64. I had memories of the game identical to how it plays, even remembered the noises the Whos make in it. For years i searched for the 64 version, thinking maybe it was a Blockbuster exclusive, but nope, it just never existed at all for it. In fact my friend was even confused when i told him it didn't exist.
>>9934217Destrega on ps1 almost got Mandela effected.
>>9934465Wasnt caveman games on the commodore 64 or a similar era computer?
>>9936096>calling anyone else an NPC>doesn't know how to sagelol
>>9936413I admit it had me fooled up until "Dinkleborg Dogs get an Colonoscopy." I thought that I had lived long enough to see the day that the demon of capitalism had finally suffused its ethos so thoroughly into our society it was appropriating a parapsychological phenomena into children's literature.
>>9936096>SHUT IT DOWN!
>>9936075That was a great game. There just aren't enough games where you play as a bastard with your own lair and gadgets you cause trouble in towns with.
there was a wolfman you could recruit into your party in FFIII/FF6. i remember watching my cousin playing the game with him as an added character into it from the official rom. ended up playing the game years later recognising the same wolf but even more confused when you couldn't add him to your party. looked up online to see maybe my cousin was playing a romhack or something.cousin doesn't remember it, and no romhack ever existed of a wolfman ever being in your party.
>>9937198>FFIII/FF6My bro. How can you not know the game it was in at least if you're so sure?
>>9937198it was probably breath of fire.
>>9937316FF3 is FF6 in Japannewfaggot
There used to be a passage you could go into behind the Goron who sells you the knife in Goron City.
>>9936096pssssst...hey....hey...c3p0 has a silver leg now
>>9934217I owned Kid Chameleon as a kid but none of the gameplay in videos is familiar to me at all. I only recognise the opening titles
>>9934217there are a few games I played with a shitty PC a few years ago at 70-80% speed and now with a decent PC at full speed they seem like different games altogether
>>9937332no, it was definitely ff6/ffiii. i know bof from a glance, same the other way. lastly, i recall him being the very last member in your party that you could recruit when he was navigating the screen too. i dont ever remember seeing Gogo, strangely.
Only somewhat related to /vr/ but as a kid my family went on a cruise, this was in early 1995 and there I made a friend who we talked gaming and cartoons. He one day told me he had played a computer game called "who killed Mr. Burns?" and that it was a fun game and in the end the killer was Maggie who sot Mr. Burns. Months later was the premier of the episode who shot Mr Burns part 1 and when Part 2 came out I realized my friend had been correct. I just assumed there was a PC game I didn't know about but thanks to the internet years later I realized that game does not exist. How the hell did he know, how did he make it all up and was right? wtf
>>9934217This is gonna sound weird but I have this vague dreamlike memory of a character, and that character is actually three different ones, but at one point in my mind they were all the same characterKnuckles the echidnaEcco the dolphin, specifically from the box art of the second gameAnd Malcho from Aladdin the animated series
>>9934376There were 1 or 2 misprints iirc, where the publisher fucked up. Probably assuming that the "a" was wrong.The world was a lot less certain before the internet, and now instead of being correctly uncertain on average we;re incorrectly certain on average.Or CERN collapsed entangled probabilities and shifted collective consciousnesses into different timelines where only inconsequential bullshit has changed. What the fuck do I know.Nothing.
>>9936075Back in the day you could also rent consoles. It's how I played RE2 with my dad. We didn't own a PS1 at the time, but I bet if I asked him he probably wouldn't remember renting the console for that game.Just a thought.
>>9937198When I read that it popped something into my head too. Something like pic related, but more feral or something.Dunno what it is. Maybe just some other rpg I'm forgetting.
>>9937598Only thing I can think of is that your memory is off and that Part 1 was already out. Maggie being the shooter was a common theory and maybe there was some sort of primitive internet fangame that your friend played where that was the solution.
>>9935278Plottwist, you are a britbong all this time pretending to be a burger
>>9937545Now you know what it was like when someone from a pal region played the ntsc version for the first time
I am sure a large chunk of games I haven't played in 15-30 years, especially ones I only played once, aren't going to be as I remembered them.>>9934394From what I remember, he doesn't mean modern mouseLOOK with KB+M controls, but that the mouse was used in place of the keyboard. E.G. moving the mouse up makes you move forward as if you were pressing the arrow key. It was a very shitty way to play that I bet almost nobody used.>>9934696Could it be possible you just never flipped the cover open and assumed it had no lock-on because you didn't see the connector?>>9935310I love how the label on that bootleg shows a legit Sonic & Knuckles cart locking-on to another cart. I think that's Sonic 2?>>9937198Sure it wasn't Shadow/Interceptor, Gau, or Umaro?>>9937598>>9938213I remember I didn't watch Simpsons at the time but overhearing people saying they think it was the baby. I had no idea what they were talking about at the time. Maybe several people had guessed it right after all? ... .or maybe my memory is off and that talk was after part 2.
>>9937876So... it looked like this?
>>9938261Gau and Shadow/Intercepter were in the game. Umaro I vaguely recall but not Gogo. Even now he looks more out of place somehow than the hypothetical wolfman. >>9937902 looks pretty similar. I even remember him having a set of commands and attacks too. Guest character maybe?
>>9936585Sounds like Stephen Kings only foray in to scifi. Essentially part of the plot is that evil in other worlds can be detected in ours like Thomas the train. He just looks off, because he’s based of an AI train that murders people in another world.
>>9938985Lol I meant fantasy… all Stephen does is scifi my bad.
I played the American version of Sunshine as a kid, and I could have sworn it used to say shine get! when you got a sprite. Now I read that the Japanese version was like that, but I obviously didn’t play the Japanese version. Where the fuck did that memory come from?
>>9939147I've heard many in the English speaking sphere say it was a thing, and "X GET!" was a meme, so I'm thinking it was early English copies that had the line, and it got corrected in revisions.Perhaps it was promotional material?
When I was a kid I always thought Nintendo won the console wars of the 90s, but looking through magazine scans, news articles, talking to people it's like SEGA won and did what Nintendon't. WHat the fuck happened? Was it all a dream? How did Mario lose to a blue hedgehog that is faster than light with a cool attitude
>>9934217You know how in Mega Man Legends 2 almost every NPC has an unique model? I distinctively remember there being a cat eared NPC that was among those saved when you clear forbidden island.She would stand in front of the grave where now there is a very weird female Npc with the Tumblr combo of dark skin and candy blue hair.Anyone else remembers this? Or at least doesn't recognize the NPC that is there now?
>>9937198You probably saw this dude and mistakenly thought he was a party member. Childhood memories are muddy like that.
not actual game content but since when did samurai showdown not have a W in it
I vividly remember Togepi was in the first Pokémon Stadium. I never owned 2 so I couldn’t have made the mistake.
>>9939354It was back and forth. Sega was on top until around 1994.
>>9934217I have a crystal clear memory that strangely my sister shares that before we got OoT for ourselves we played it at our cousins place. The wooden gate in Zora's Fountain was gone and there was a little more to explore past that.I remember the first time I emulated OoT and had access to moon jump since we never had a Gameshark type device back in the day I was legitimately surprised the collision just ends and there's nothing past the gate.
>>9939330IIRC there was never a version outside Japan that had the "get", but it was memed heavily, so you might have just blended your memories of playing it with memories of the meme.
In REmake, I remember there being an item in a lab coat on a coat rack. I tried every coat and they had no items.Not sure but I think I might be remembering og RE1.
>play game as a kid 1 to 5 decades ago>get average (or worse) route and/or ending>play game as adult in modern times>get best route and/or endingque pasa neng
>>9939147You didn't make it up. It does say get! in Super Mario Galaxy.>>9939734On the way to the Great Fairy there's a hidden hole with a passageway to a lookout with a Gold Skulltula. You and your sister probably played 1.0 where Link clings to the ledges as he falls and this disorientation got you confused enough to fabricate this memory.
>>9939573i never saw that part of the game when my cousin was playing though. he was out in the field in battle when i noticed him, and was even part of the party selection screen. strangely, i dont recall the design looking quite like that npc.
>>9939707>tendo tries to shill itself as the console winner for years and years despite evidence showing blatant shilling from sponsors and corpos well over a decade later proving otherwise>reputation going down the drain even before botw came along>more and more folk noticing the lies and checking back on their catalogue only to realise their games were actually better than what they were toldguess they did win in the end huh
>>9936076The demo made the button mashing look cool, fighting on big ass maps. The full game was more of the same with different maps. Meh
>>9939885Yes, OG RE had an ink ribbon inside a lab coat.
>>9939573>>9937902 here, this is almost certainly it for me. Its been over a decade since I played it so I damn near forgot about him.
>>9937508did janny delete his post or did he did he delete them himself and go insane when he discovered 3P0 is no longer all gold?every time I point out the silver leg to someone who says this shit is stupid they end up being converted. I have yet to find someone claim 3P0 always had a silver leg
I remember playing Kirby's Adventure with my dad and could have sword there were those enemies with brooms in the Butter Building world hub the first time we went there and then never seeing them again.Also remember going past the end of a stage and finding a warp star to a place with lots of blocks, but turns out that was an easter egg.
>>9934217I had Mandela Effects about Tazmania and Sri Lanka's position while playing Uncharted Waters New Horizons multiple times.
>>9934465>Caveman GamesWasn't it like Olympic games for cave men?
>>9934217>Mandela EffectedThat's not a real thing. You're just a moron who forgot shit from when you were a younger moron. Good lord I hate this fucking shit.
>>9940601I always hop into threads I hate and make myself angry. Because I, like you, am very smart.
>>9938328Toppest kek. Not quite, but very based anon
around 2000 i played Rayman 2 at the supermarket booth, later when i played the PC version i was surprised to find the level i played wasn't there, though once i got the internet i've learned that there's a lot of differences between the console releasesthe thing is, over the years i played every single version of R2 and i couldn't find the level i've played back then. it started with a long water slide into a larger Fairy Glade-type area with underwater parts to explore.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn_UYduONuAeventually i found this production footage, the level at the start is exactly what i've played. how the fuck did an early development demo end up in a mall? too bad i was too young to remember more details
>>9934217I remember in 1999 during the release of Sonic Adventure I played a demo version in Wal-Mart. The demo was the first stage Emerald Coast. It started normally but had AMY at the beginning near the hotel on the right at the beginning of the stage. I specifically remember saying outloud "Oh its Sonics girlfriend!" when talking to her. I was 11 at the time of this btw. She explained the gameplay (A to jump, B to dash, etc...) and I moved on with playing the demo. Ever since then I have never been able to find a person or demo to prove this existed. I don't know how I could have imaged this because I did not have a Dreamcast until many years later, 2004, as a gift from a friend in High School. So how I would have had had this memory of Amy that doesn't exist I have no idea.
>>9937886>where only inconsequential bullshit has changed>inconsequential Monica have you looked outside lately?
>>9938213>Maggie being the shooter was a common theoryNo, it absolutely wasn't.
>>9939631The localizers later explained that the title was supposed to be a combination of "Shogun" and "Showdown", which is why there's no W. It was just obtuse so most people never made the connection.
>>9942713Wasn’t it specifically supposed to be titled Shogun Shodown and then they changed Shogun to Samurai without correcting the spelling in Showdown? Had the original title stuck the wordplay would’ve been far more obvious.
>>9939147I know the answer to this one. Hype was strong for Sunshine among the Nintendo fan circles/forums/chats at the time and everyone kept talking about Shine Get and used it as early memes. When the game came out and fans saw that it didn't have the phrase and it had been corrected, well somewhat so it wouldn't be gramatically incorrect. Fans were upset including me but people just end up forgetting and moved on but yeah it was a big deal. you were likely in those communities or just remember it from a magazine, I'm sure the screenshot of the phrase was in previews from EGM/Nintendo Power/GameFan etc.
I was probably 8 or 9 years old when Super Mario 64 came out. I went to a friend’s house who had a neighbor down the street that just got a Nintendo 64. We decided to head over there and while he was showing us the game, I swear I saw 2 goombas fucking each other.
I recall the Cargo ship in FF7 having blood all over it
>>9944468Sure you didn't mix your memories of the Shrinra building since both that section and the cargo ship had a similar theme of starting out normal and then suddenly turning creepy and revealing Sephiroth is behind it. The Shinra building was definitely covered in blood.
>>9942661I go outside all the time. People are still pretty much normal. Except the few maskies I still see wandering around. You can't even talk to them though, they're like trees.
>>9934394It's more likely that a lot of people didn't bother to configure the mouse driver for it since it was often actually something of a bitch to get mouse to work in DOS games.
I recall Sonic 1-3 being fun
>>9942713That sounds like bullshit and the actual reason was just that SNK weren't very good at English.
I'd call this somewhat of a reverse because it ended up being a real change. Had sold my original copy of OoT and got another a few years later.I remembered the Fire Temple music quite vividly then was confused when I got there it was different than remembered. Then found out the whole deal with revisions and the change of music and such. My original copy must have been a later revision while my later copy was the original.Also had not realized as a kid about cartidge game revisions existing.
>>9934217The Sega Master System version of Rambo has a different cover art than I remember. He was shirtless holding a bazooka before. Now he's wearing a green shirt with a gun merged with a bazooka. It's very bizarre. But that's not all...The title to "House Of The Dead" has now changed into "The House Of The Dead".Then of course the final thing I've noticed is the title of "Robocop Vs Terminator" has changed into Robocop Vs The Terminator". The font for "the" is so small, it's barely noticeable.
>>9948115For Rambo, it's easy to merge the cover art and the title screen in your mind, as he has the same pose in both.
>>9934394No, doom had mouselook from the start. Even the commercials show it being played with mouse+kb
>>9948115It was always "the house of the dead" the title screen announcer says it out loud and that shit is burned into my brain
>>9948440Actually the title screen is proof of the Mandela Effect residue. The cover art is the anomaly.>>9948519Yet there's residual evidence proving it was "House Of The Dead". Look no further than the movie title for House Of The Dead.
>>9939640I'm pretty sure Togepi is one of those Pokémon that were promoted all over the place in material in the US long before Gold/Silver would ever actually come out, so you might remember it from the same time. Are you sure you never played/saw 2 at a friend's house or something?
The Mandela effect isn't real, it's always a case of people remembering things wrong because the way they remember it makes a lot of sense, even if it was never canon.People believed Pikachu's tail has a black tip because that way it would match his black-tipped ears.People thought the Berenstain Bears were called Berenstein because -stein is a very common ending to many Germanic names unlike -stain.People thought the Monopoly man had a monocle cause, I mean, look at him. It suits him perfectly.>but I actually have a copy of this thing where it really is the way I remember it!That just means that some artist made a mistake cause he was also suffering from the same misconception that you were suffering from.Again, it's not unlikely that someone would screw up and think that Pikachu's tail had a black tip, so it could have made its way into official merch at some point.
>>9944475yeah I know trail of blood. that is classic. my brain inserted the blood in the ship too. Weird thing is I recall the texture of it against the door before you see Jenova Birth.
>>9948870No, it's real. There's residual evidence to back up these claims. The Ford logo even has residual evidence.
>>9934217Every game that I replaywas more fun in my memories.
>>9947323Sonic 2 is fun. 1 grinds to a screeching halt after Green Hill Zone because they didn't actually make the game they marketed it as. 3 is fun when you git gud but to a casual it's just an obstacle course.
>>9934217Halo 2. In outskirts I remember the shadows were piloted by jackals.
>>9935290My dear fellow, we're in a discussion in regards to memory confabulation and how it relates to electronic games we have played in our distant past.
>>9948113Still shits me off they had to tiptoe around Muslims and change it just because they were worried they'd get stabbed like that jap translator of the Satanic Verses
illusion of gaia i remember them cooking the pig when they were starving on the raft. yet he ends up sacrificing himself at a later point in the game. i hadnt gotten to that point of the game when i first played it and many years later when i picked it up i was perplexed as to why things were different. why would i remember the pig dying when i hadn't even gotten to that part of the game? its not a game i am very familiar with but i do distinctly remember it happening.
>>9939419that chick with blue hair and dark skin appears in a back of the box screenshot but isnt in the actual release of the game. was from when it was still in beta.
Jade Cocoon had a GBC version.
>>9940423>Also remember going past the end of a stage and finding a warp star to a place with lots of blocks, but turns out that was an easter egg.The HAL room? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RiePXcuHqgE
I thought that the final boss of the game Mike Tyson's Punch-Out was someone named Caveman Joe who wore a stereotypical tarzan-like leopard skin outfit . I watched my cousin's dad beat the game and saw him defeat Super Macho Man and Mike Tyson. I believe this Mandela effect comes from a combination of seeing the game on a 13" black and white television through RF video and mishearing "Super Macho Man" somehow as "Caveman". I would have been about seven years old at the time.
>>9949068I swear Chick-fil-a was once spelled Chic-fil-a
>>9952472>mike tyson's punch-outDo you mean Caveman Joe's Punch-Out?
>>9934217I swear that back in the 90s Team 17 made a really good clone of Bomberman, even had the thing on a sampler disc, and I cannot find it anywhere.For years I also thought Repton on the Acorn Micro was called Rocks and Gems.
>>9951781Confabulation only refers to memory. No need to clarify. He's a big boy with google on hand.>>9951797Debunked. At least, mostly. The stock background music is included in an old music CD Nintendo aped from. Same as Volvagia's sound effects can be heard in other places. Baka gaijin.
>>9952478It probably was. I don't remember since I don't even eat there.
>>9937902That looks like something from Terraria, which yes I know was based on FF sprites but that looks more like that than actual FF material.
>>9939354The Genesis was the “cool” console compared to the SNES back then. (Idk which actually sold more or made more money.). It’s easy to forget that now since Nintendo is still going fairly strong and Sega hasn’t released a home console in 20 years.
>>9952978Actually they had in the form of a Genesis Mini.
>>9952978Technically Tec Toy never stopped liscensing Master Systems, you can still buy them new https://www.tectoy.com.br/master-system-evolution-com-132-jogos-na-memoria-995020351822-p186?pp=/44.1422/
I swear the kiosk demo version of Sonic 2 at my Granny's SEARS had one of the rare beta copies of the game. I distinctly remember it loading up Genocide City, because I started a level, Sonic fell immediately to his death, and then the demo ended. I also remember glitching the Knuckles cutscene between Angel Island and Hydrocity, to where Sonic kept falling. There were rocks at the bottom that kill you when you hit them.
>>9939640Maybe you're thinking of Hey You Pikachu? That one DID have Togepi.
>>9934217I remember the Temple of Doom arcade game having mindblowing graphics, but at the time I would have played it, I had a snes with dkc. Looking back, it wouldn’t have been that impressive by then. I’m thinking the sound in the game plus the fact that the snes was running through a vcr through rf or something on a 70s console tv created the illusion.
>>9952679So why did they change the tune on the revis, smart guy?
>>9952978>fairly strong>>9952679As rad as alternate timelines and shit are, everybody in this thread is just misremembering things from 20+ years ago. Hence, memory confabulation.
The Mandela Effect is interesting as a concept, but it gets fucking retarded once anybody brings up parallel universes or other nonsense. It's a concept that illustrates the effects of memory being imperfect and how ideas spread (often not perfectly) between people before things like the internet. But any time the conversation gets interesting, some retards always talk about nonsense like "there's no possible way I could be misremembering, I must have come from a different universe".
>>9953970Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth. Just because you think it's impossible that parrellel universes exist, doesn't mean it doesn't exist. My memory is very sharp, as a matter of fact I remember JIF, not Jiffy because of the line "choosey moms choose Jif", then I changed that line using my name because I have relationships with MILFs. My memory is so sharp that, I remember the first video game I've beatened was Double Dragon 2 for the NES. I also remember clear as day my dad buying me a Sega Genesis at a Sears, after selling my NES to get it. Which is how I ended up becoming a Sonic fan at 9-years-old. I remember old passwords I used for e-mails. If I see something off, it sticks out like a sore thumb, like 3-CPO's leg being silver instead of gold. I remember him being all gold, which was the coolest part about him. But now with the silver leg, I don't feel like buying his action figure. I don't think I came from a different reality, I think our reality merged with an alternate reality because of CERN.
>>9954039Anon, shut the fuck up. No matter what nonsense you spew, there is no chance that it is a parallel universe. Your memory is faulty, end of story.
>>9953970I don't believe at all that anyone here somehow crossed over from a parallel universe, but as the posts here showed not everyone was mis-remembering. In some cases it was apparently a beta demo at a kiosk or something similar.
I honestly thought there was like 15 Mario games made for the NES, because of having a pirate multicart full of hacked ROMs with their protagonists' graphics sprite-swapped to feature Mario bundled with my Famiclone as a child
>>9954040There's also no chance you're going to have sex but that doesn't mean you shouldn't believe in the impossible anyway
>>9935429No, it was an American cartridge fully. We never, ever had a cable video game service, ever. And we never imported anything; my collection was 100% American. She did say the game was hard to find, so it is possible that SEGA just forgot that they did in fact release the game physically in the States. Yes, I had the real game on my shelf right next to the original and part II. In fact, I'd regularly play them back-to-back and I was very proud of how the trilogy looked on my shelf.
>>9954040False. When it comes to 3-CPO's leg, I would have noticed if he had a silver leg. Fact of the matter is that a lot of people remember him being all gold. Lots of risidual evidence to support that. And if you dig deeper into the Mandela Effect, there's even old news stories that contradict each other about the same person dying in two different ways & different locations.
I was sure I posted in this thread but I can't find my post. It has to be the mandola affect. Also why do you guys keep calling it "mandela". He's called Mandola
>>9954195There are people whom were falsely imprisoned and you believe this is due to alternative reality sliding and not because the jurors prosecuted them on incomplete or misconstrued data. Speaking of which, your argument.
>>9954195Or, you know, chrome silver doesn't really have much contrast against gold, so his leg being a different color isn't very noticeable.
>>9947703The game is called Samurai Spirits in Japan. "Shodown" was 100% a decision made by the English marking team. They had the movie/miniseries "Shogun" in mind when they came up with it.
I swear I remember shadow run being a point and click game, but I played it recently and it's like a top down third person action game.
>>9954248False. Not the argument I'm making. Fact of the matter is that there are evidence of anomalies & residual evidence proving stuff like "Luke I am your father" was said before the reality shift.>>9954256False. It is very noticeable, it sticks out like a sore thumb. Joker could have a mustache tommorow & you think no one would notice that change?
>>9954039Jif is still a brand, you fucking retard.
>>9948820>>9949068>>9948820>>9954505>residue/residualIn my timeline the term is vestiges/vestigual. In fact the Mandela Effect is real but the more you try to prove it the more you harden reality and self-negate your consciousness, because mind is matter. So it's best discussed from an oblique angle like here, where the topic posed is more important. If you go in trying to prove it or co-opting CERN as "evidence," you can't not expect opposition. Because the people on the other side are already convinced their reality hasn't changed. Because maybe it hasn't... for them. Capiche?Another problem you have to consider is empath stuff. Every night just before I fall asleep I remember things that have not happened and have memories of knowing people I don't. The internet is an extremely powerful tool which from a holistic perspective we don't quite understand how to use. It is divisive but also connects us. Now imagine that idea but extrapolated into hard reality. The Mandela Effect is that but there is no "evidence" you can point to. There never was. You have to cope.
>>9952679Pop Fiction on Gametrailers dug into the Fire Temple chant thing and found that both versions of the theme exist in the data of all prints of the game, just one gets used and the other doesn't.
>>9954257mixed it up with shadowgate probably
>>9954505OH NO NO NO NO BROS I'M FALLING INTO AN ALTERNATE UNIVERSE REALITY IS WARPING AROUND AAAAAAAAAAAAH
>>9952679>The stock background music is included in an old music CD Nintendo aped from.They also got the Forest Temple chanting from this. You can hear the same sample on the title card of a Ren & Stimpy episode (can't remember which one), which really threw me for a loop.
I swear to christ, Duke Nukem 3D Atomic edition on Windows 98 was fully 3D rendered and modeled with polygons in the 90s.
>>9954952Poor schizobro, he's embraced a conspiracy theory to cover his narcissism.
>>9954505In the original movies, C3P0's body was so damn reflective that the gold and silver parts of his body looked nearly identical in most shots, so it's not something you'd notice unless you were actively looking for it.
>>9955289It isn't helped that the majority of C3P0's scenes in the original movie are in the desert.
>>9954479There are many Shadowrun games, was it the one that starts with you dying and a foxgirl using magic to revive you? That happened in the SNES version, which had both point-and-click elements as well as action-based combat scenes.
>>9954629I never said it wasn't. The ME community thinks Jiffy was the original name for that peanut butter, but my memory only remembers JIF.>>9954661TL;DR>>9954952I was already aware of him not shaving his mustache for his role as The Joker. Doesn't count since I was only referring to Comic Book Joker.>>9955289Nope, I notice. It sticks out like a sore thumb.
>>9955387>It sticks out like a sore thumb.>thumb
In SMB3 (All-Stars I think), I remember a level in the final world that was a black background "night" level, with high platforms and Spike enemies throwing their shit at you. Confuses me when I played as an adult and it didn't actually exist apparently.
>>9954039>Once you eliminate the impossibleParallel universes>whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truthYou have faulty memory
>>9951915Sorry for taking so long to answer, I didn't know someone had replied.But yes, I since found out she was also in the beta images.>but isnt in the actual release of the gameBut she is, in the snow town cemetery, exactly where I have the vivid memory of seeing a cat girl instead of her.I just checked it again with an emulator and she is still there (after you clear forbidden island)
>>9956598The impossible is thinking parrellel universes don't exist. The truth is I have a sharp memory.
I remember seeing "Dragon Warrior V" for SNES at a game store back in the day. I never picked it up, but it DID catch my eye. I only saw it once around 1993 or so at a Toys R' Us (I think). This game was Japan Only until the DS remake came out, so what was it that I actually saw? Did I mistake another game for this, or was it one of those "placeholder" boxarts game stores use? If so, does that mean DQV was meant to come out in the U.S. but was cancelled? I can't find any info on that idea anywhere. Please help me figure this out...
>>9955387>Nope, I notice.But you didn't notice it originally, did you? Only after you learned about it later and rewatched.
>>9957117I would have noticed before the Mandela Effect took place, it's hard to not notice post HDTV era. My guess is that the changes took place after 2012.
>>9956915It's laughable to think parallel universes only happen because something in pop culture doesn't match your fuzzy nostalgia memories like >>9957671
>>9954245>MandolaMandela was a Zulu, not a Guinea
>>9954505I really don't care what you think your argument is when you can't discern how those "anomalies" and "residual evidence" were only proof of the same incomplete or misconstrued data you have.>"Luke I am your father"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZCo_hZLyh0You're only proving you have delusions built off incomplete data. Feel free to continue this circus though, I've got contrary evidence I'm more than willing to share.
>>9954661Empty your pocketbook for Deepak Chopra and get hit by Uri Geller's Cadillac.
>>9939354How did you not also notice that both PS1 and PS2 completely destroyed Nintendo in the competition? They sold like dozens of times more units and had hundreds of times more great games
>>9934217doom. but then again i wasnt trans back then! XD
>>9948870Ok but how do you explain me seeing news broadcasts of Mandelas and Castros deaths when I was a child, and then being shocked when those news happened again in my adulthood and they had actually "been alive" that entire time?I know what I saw
>>9958978It wasn't as easy to notice in the 90s and earlier when the internet and easily being able to look up sales numbers was not a thing.And the PS2 was not the 90s. The GC doing far worse was much easier to notice.
>>9957082Pretty sure it was planned to release in the west but Enix couldn't afford it or something. I think I remember seeing it in EGM, but it could've also just been GameFan covering the Japanese version.
>>9959469Memory isn't as reliable as you first imagined, if it were we wouldn't be locking up innocent people due to mistaken testimonies.
>>9934217Not exactly a mandela effect but once I gave away my Wii to my cousin since my Wii U could do everything it could do (no, I didn't have GameCube games), and he thanked me saying he was having a lot of fun playing Mario Kart. I never owned Mario Kart. He thought it was mine. To this day, we have no idea where his copy of Mario Kart Wii came from.
>>9937886>What the fuck do I know.>Nothing.it shows
>>9954479SNES version aside, are you sure you aren't confusing Shadowrun with any of these? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Cyberpunk_video_games
>>9937876Sounds like your brain sort of meshing the memories together because childhood memories aren't perfect. >>9938328Fukken lol
>>9937886>CERN collapsed entangled probabilities and shifted collective consciousnesses into different timelines where only inconsequential bullshit has changedCan we go to a reality where I'm proud of myself?
>>9947703It's not bullshit. There was a miniseries super popular in the USA in the '80s called "Shogun" (yes, it's good), and it's actually one of the biggest inspirations for the spelling. Surely you can see the pun from the spelling, anyway, right?
>>9958978>90s>PS2fuck off zoomer. >>>/v/
>>9961423>he hasn't been on 4chan since the 90's
>remembered as a kid how I had once played a SNES game at a department store display case where you play as a soldier, shoot rectangular laser beams and have to advance up the screen past hexagonal/octagonal enemy huts that have machine gun nests or something>later discovered the game was Pocky&Rocky and the memory was almost completely lmao
>>9961869>rectangular laser beams>be kanji paper sealsI would say brb trademarking this idea for the next big AoT level hit, but I'm sure some anime, manga or a different game out there already did it.>what if they didn't anon?It's Japan. They did it.
>>9948836It’s possible that my young mind kind of warped every Pokémon-related together and mandela’d itself into thinking what I remember. None of my friends or family had 2. Only ever saw 2 once, discovering its existence at a game store and not seeing footage until years after I had internet access.>>9953026Never played it. Also never saw footage until I had internet access.
>>9957671Wait a sec. I recognize this way of talking. You're the faggot I had an argument about the "The" in "The House of the Dead" last year, aren't you? You're still fucking at it?
>>9948115You know what? You're absolutely right. These are things I find to be odd & out of place. Especially the cover art to Rambo, it just blows my mind that they choose the green shirt instead of the iconic topless one.
>>9956598Parallel universes are not impossible, the merging of them or travel between them would be the impossible part especially without FTL travel, two different universes merging would cause causality and space-time to rupture destroying the both of them, as it is now, the only way one would be able to touch another universe or receive any information from one is via Astral projection, which people often unconsciously do in their dreams and memories from the version of yourself in that other reality, can be transferred as you dream of being them.
>>9963171cite your source for all this bullshit you fucking schizo
>>9963171Faggot your brain leaks DMT during REM sleep. They're hallucinations.
>>9963191You do know the CIA proved that Astral projection is real in their studies both on Robert Monroe and attempting to use it elsewhere, Gateway Project I think, which was real and did have a concrete conclusion though how far they actually took it, isn't known. Monroe obtained information for them from places he had never been and never went to after, astral projection is real. For Parallel universes, it stands to reason that If this universe exists others must also exist, Multiverse theory has no proof but no disproof as of yet either, not that science from what I understand the mathematical underpinnings of it are sound, we just do not have any method of testing it so far. Do you really think it's more plausible for two universes to be merged by idiot scientists somewhere in Switzerland when our understanding of this universe alone is woefully incomplete, like the idiot who thinks his memory is flawless thinks? Never mind that merging universe would likely require full complete knowledge of all events in either universe, and a level of understanding of physical laws man cannot even conceive of yet. When it is much more likely that there is some kind of connection between different versions of one person in parallel universes that can have some form of crossover, even if just in dreams. regardless, some of the Mandela effect is mass psychosis but it need not be, and frankly, could not be the only explanation, Just providing fodder for conversation, no need to be a nigger>>9963203It produces small amounts of DMT, that get smaller as you age and do not always occur, and that, so far as I am aware has not been proven to function the same as the formulation retards like Joe Rogan use to claim like "Universal oneness is totally real man, and the aliens are Racist bro" but sure it could be but that does not discount conscious astral projection.
>>9963171I too saw multi verse of madness. Decent movie.
>>9939354WTF are you talking about? SNES outsold the Genesis. Unless it's by some other metric like games sold or something.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_best-selling_game_consoles
>>9939354Super Mario World was a step down from its predecessor and Super Mario All-Stars was a lot of smoke and mirrors to get his NES classics fighting on the SNES front in response to Sonic catching him with his pants down. The truth is the SNES was probably Mario's weakest console showing if you don't count the ports, and the Genesis was by far Sonic's best. It still wasn't enough, alas.
>>9963242DMT is just a substance that will affect you regardless of method. If you've ever had a dream you've hallucinated, transcendental meditation strengthens your ability to dream, and old ass shamans and yogis are perfectly capable of dreaming. You clearly don't know what you're talking about if you disparage "the oneness" and treat astral projection like it isn't transcendental meditation.
>>9963278>wikipediawho asked retard? that shit isn't an encylopedia, it's a propaganda source. there is no quality or fact checking.
I remember a game very faint, which I played long ago as a kid. I think to remember at least.It was on the n64 very dark, you walked in a dark forest towards a arena like circular area with a huge enemy in the middle. You walk between his legs and had to fight him.This is sadly everything I can remember, Castlevania 64 kinda comes closes but I have yet to see the same scene. I always associated it with majoras mask but I know MM and it’s obviously not.
>>9964068It sounded like Majora's Mask to me until I got to the point where you said it wasn't. There aren't a lot of N64 games, tracking it down should be viable.
>>9935290>his IQ only has three digits
>>9948870>>9954661it's funny how people think merging/slipping realities is more plausible than the (proven) fallibility of human memory
>>9964176Our memories are all we really are. If we can't count on them to reflect reality, then it truly doesn't matter what's real and what's fantasy.
>>9963832He asked. Also Wikipedia is only unreliable on political and social topics.
>>9964232ok let me just edit this random article trust me bro i have a wikipedia account so everything I write is factual>nintendo is better than segait's just that easy
>>9964264The fact that Nintendo still makes consoles and Sega doesn't is all the evidence that claim really needs.
>>9964274SEGA does what Nitendon't
>>9964286Go out of business
>>9964297>go out of business>doesnt shittalk its older games and fans are pretty alright even to this dayout of business maybe, but definitely not dead.
>>9964297Going into producing software, retiring from making hardware, isn't going out of business. Otherwise Nintendo, Sony or Microsoft would have bought Sega the same way WWF did to WCW.
>>9963242>someone asks you to source your schizophrenic statements>you start replying to them with "You do know the CIA..."Didn't read the rest, but thanks for the laugh.
>>9964264>He doesn't know wikipedia has fact checkersIt's propaganda because they disagree with me :'(
I have a memory of playing Shaq Fu on the SNES, but I live in Europe so clearly it couldn't have been Shaq Fu, because it never came out here.It may not have been Shaq Fu but I can't see what else it was.I just have memories of playing a SNES fighting game where you could fight as a mummy or as a cat woman and one of the areas was inside a temple with a pool of water in the middle and a doorway leading to the sunny outside in the back. I can't see it being anything but Shaq Fu
>>9965226>fact checkers are the same people creating the articlesThis article is true because.... if you disagree you're a nazi!!!11!!1@@ The source is band mate's blog and that's OK!!! Facts end where my feelings and opinions begin
>>9965962>fighting game where you could fight as a mummy or as a cat womanThat sounds like Darkstalkers to me. Did you play that game in the arcade and your memory thought it was an SNES game for some reason?
>>9934217nope, don't think I have this autism. I just...remember the games right, and when I play they're like I remember. my memory is that good. Sorry.
>>9935290the mandela effect is a real psychological flaw caused by unreliable memories of children, not a multiverse conspiracy of converging timeline you goddamn buffon.