Despite the fact that the bit Generations games on Game Boy Advance were never localized, the series in western versions is listed under the name Digiluxe, which was the label Nintendo of America would have used based on ESRB ratings submitted in 2006.
Some games in the series later went on to be released worldwide for the similar Art Style series, including Orbiter, which was renamed outside of Japan as Orbient.
The stickers of fairies from the version of Panel de Pon in Nintendo Puzzle Collection are inaccurately labeled in the English version of Brawl. They are listed with the names of their Super Famicom incarnations (Lip, Ruby, Seren, Elias), when the Nintendo Puzzle Collection version introduced very similar but distinct characters with different names; the correct names (Furil, Pure, Sala, and Cecil, respectively) are used in the Japanese version.
Despite Dr. Mario coming from the Mario universe, he and other Dr. Mario-related stickers are listed as "Others" rather than in the Mario category.
The Welsh Corgi is the only Nintendogs breed with a sticker that does not have its own version in the series.
Despite being named "Custom Robo" outside of Japan, it is labeled with its Japanese name "Custom Robo: Battle Revolution" (Shortened as "Custom Robo: BR") in western versions. This is likely done to differentiate it from the similarly titled first installment for the Nintendo 64.
In the Japanese version, the game of origin for Max, Sami, and Andy is labeled as Game Boy Wars Advance 1+2. This is due to both Advance Wars and Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising only releasing as a single cartridge in Japan due to both games' numerous delays in that country.
Despite being named "Stunt Race FX" in English, it is labeled with its Japanese name "Wild Trax" in the North American version. This was fixed in the PAL version.