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Desc:the enduring legacy of regional peripherals
Category:Video Games
Tags:NES, Gamecube, easter egg, Famicom Disk System
Submitted:pressed peanut sweepings
Date:06/03/11
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Comment count is 12
glasseye - 2011-06-03
Inter-generational beauty
jyrque - 2011-06-03
Cool.
fedex - 2011-06-03
the gamecube looks so happy dancing around like that at the end
Wander - 2011-06-03
Impressively well hidden. Things like this always make me wonder what they've hidden that nobody has found.
WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2011-06-03
I think the best is the short tune that one guy has been hiding in their games for decades, where you have to do things like let the victory music from Mario Kart 64 loop exactly 64 times just to hear it.

Influence Device TIMR - 2011-06-03
this is like how the nokia SMS sound is actually morse code for "SMS"

SORT OF

five stars
MrBuddy - 2011-06-03
Beethoven put the Morse code for "VV" as the first 8 notes of his 5th Symphony.

Chalkdust - 2011-06-03
if you interpret the silence between the first two statements as an underscore, you get V_V

which proves that Beethoven was actually a teenage Asian girl texting that she's sleeping

deadpan - 2011-06-03
The Gamecube had all sorts of odd things hidden in its startup menu. I know you can get all sorts of weird variations of the startup music by holding down different buttons on the controller.
cognitivedissonance - 2011-06-03
It's also used in all of the Super Smash Brothers games.
Jet Bin Fever - 2011-06-03
Those clever bastards thought you wouldn't notice. Thanks nerds for cracking the code.
fluffy - 2011-06-04
This is the sort of thing where I'm sure the sound designer was hoping someone WOULD notice.

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