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Games for the Nintendo 64 with the numbers 64 after the title to denote that it is, in fact, a 64-bit game for the Nintendo 64.
Many GBA game titles ended with "Advance" to indicate that they were for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance. This "rule" was followed by Nintendo as well as many third party GBA developers.
Considered charming in the Super Nintendo and N64 days, now only the laziest of developers just throw the name of the Nintendo console the game is on into the title. These are those games.
Third-party developers and publishers occasionally engage in the practice of releasing a title or piece of DLC on only one platform for any number of reasons. Sometimes these are permanent while others are only platform exclusive for a certain window of time.
Games whose titles consist of a single word.
The strategy of demonstrating how awesome something is by putting the word "super" in its title. Incredibly popular among developers making games for the Super Nintendo, which itself counts as an example.
Game titles that are three words long, and have a conjunction or a preposition. These games usually take the form of "X of Y" or "X & Y".
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