Super Smash Bros. Melee Easter Egg - Daisy's Creepy Secret

Here are the steps to viewing the Daisy trophy's shocking secret:


1. Switch the language to Japanese
2. Go to the trophy gallery and go to the Daisy trophy (you have to have it unlocked first)
3. Turn the trophy so Daisy's back is facing you
4. Close up to the back of her head, and you will see a creepy third eye from a Japan-only game!!!!


I have got one last thing.. you can unlock an Animal Crossing K.K. Slider trophy!! Don't remember how, but SSBM was sold before Animal Crossing was!

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 12-12-2007
Reviewed By: dicai, MonicaIngram
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SSBM - Daisy's Third Eye
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It is visible in any language, but can be a pain to find.
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I think there are three throphies that say "Future Release" on them. Two are from Animal Crossing, which would be Mr. Resetti and Tokakeke, and the other is some kind of dog-panda creature, which I do not know what game it's from.
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ZeldaGeek writes:
Uh, not surprising, not an egg. Totakeke and Mr. Resetti are both trophies in the game, listed as FUTURE RELEASE. And I'm pretty sure Daisy's Third Eye is an ancient glitch.
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Animal Crossing was a game that was supposed to debut on the Nintendo64, but when the Gamecube's internal clock and online capabilities were announced, it was shelved and planned to be ported directly to Gamecube. In short, Animal Crossing was already made, and scheduled for release after Melee.
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scartishu writes:
first... that third eye you can see it in any language, second... animal crossing is older than ssbm...
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stupot writes:
didn't see an eye. please help me. i'm a confused child.
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