I agree, cameo doesn't really sound correct, but I can't come up anything else. I would have said "references" or "brand appearences", but those are even worse.
Also, I find that this page only gives information that is completely obvious and is already given on the corresponding treasure articles, but since it has already been made it doesn't seem right to put in the deletion category. Prezintenden(babble) 17:59, 28 September 2007 (UTC)
- Not sure, it seems only to have treasures so far. Maybe it needs renaming to Treasure cameos. In general, cameos belong on the pages they're about. Maybe it could even be put at Pikmin in other games?
- Dot dot dot dot dot...
- 2 things here:
Trust you to be childish... Er, the pokos I missed, but the lack of inclusion of some other possiblilites are due to their not having been noticed at the time the page was made, and the fact that it says these include. If you want to add the stuff about the names, feel free to, I suppose. GP 17:37, 20 April 2008 (UTC)
- You... Do get why I posted that, do you not?--Prezintenden 18:25, 20 April 2008 (UTC)
The Masters instrument (the pastel) is a 'peachy' pink colour, does anyone find it suspicious that they added the peachy to it. Seeing as it's a mario paint pastel, could it be referencing Princess Peach? From the Super Mario Series? Also should we add the Growshroom treasure? Seeing as it's a possible reference to the super mushroom? User:Joshazilla23
I'd say those are valid references. Portal-Kombat
Gamecube Disks Hidden in Files
Should we include the references to Luigi's Mansion, Super Mario Sunshine, Pikmin 1, and LoZ:TWW that are hidden in the game files?
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