Pokémon Snap stands out as one of the most memorable experiences on the Nintendo 64, especially if you're a fan of Game Freak's hugely popular monster-catching franchise, and was also one of the best-selling games for the system, too. It would appear that a considerable amount of content was cut from the final version of the game, though, and that's exactly what we're about to explore.

YouTuber user, Nintendo's Cut Content with Dr. Lava, has shared a video which takes a look at a handful of ideas that sadly never made it to the game. First up is the Safari stage, which was actually pretty well documented ahead of the game's release before being scrapped, but we also get to hear about a potential ghost stage and even a boss battle.

Rounding things up, the video turns to a couple of quotes from Game Freak's Junichi Masuda, talking about what would need to happen for us to get a sequel. With today's Pokémon Direct just around the corner, we'd genuinely love to see a sneaky tease for a Pokémon Snap 2 alongside the supposed Generation 8 reveal.

Anyway, that's more than enough waffling. Feel free to check out the video for yourself below.

Are you a Pokémon Snap fan? Would you like to see a sequel, perhaps including the ideas that were seemingly left out? Let us know in the comments.