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Sonic Rush
The song "Back 2 Back" uses a rearranged sample of the line "spinning on the turntables, back to back", from the "The Haunted House of Rock" by Whodini.
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The game's credits run for almost 4 hours. The credits mostly consist of backers who helped pledge to the game's Kickstarter, a total of 67,226 different people.
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According to series producer Eiji Aonuma, to date, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a larger number of people working on the game than on any of Nintendo's previous titles.
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Akira Nishitani, lead designer of Street Fighter II, stated in a interview with Polygon that the concept of Dhalsim's ability to stretch his limbs comes from the the manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, particulary, the Ripple Zoom Punch technique.
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World of Warcraft
Through the use of glitch exploitation, it is possible to find sections of Elwynn forest, Stormwind and Westfall in The Everbloom dungeon.
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The game is based off the 80's manga Tenchi wo Kurau which is based off the Three Kingdoms Era of 3rd century China. The American box art however, depicts a cadre of 16th century Japanese warriors.
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Sonic Rush
The song "Metal Scratchin" eponymous sample "Go ahead! Scratch Me!" is actually a sample of the Looney Tunes: Merry Melodies, specifically "Scratch Me."

The laughing sample that plays during the track is a sample of the Peech Boys' "Don't Make Me Wait."
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The opening scene, Spoiler:when Link emerges from the cave where he awakens and overlooks the valley from the Great Plateau, was made to reference the illustration of Link overlooking the cliff from the original The Legend of Zelda.
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According to Aonuma, the game was subtitled "Breath of the Wild" instead of being based on a character or an item because the development team wanted the title to reflect the nature and expansiveness of the world in the game.
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When asked about the lack of local co-op in the game, the game's producer said they had to omit the feature to achieve a 60fps experience. Despite this the game still caps at 30fps on every platform.
Contributed by Mass Distraction
BioShock Infinite
During the game's opening, the man who attempts to baptize Booker echos the phrase: "Is it someone new?" This is the same line spoken by the first splicer encountered in the original Bioshock.
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Series: Tekken
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Mokujin was directly inspired by the Shaolin Wooden Men from the 1976 kung-fu film “Shaolin Wooden Men”.
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Sonic the Hedgehog 3
Completing a level with 9:59 on the timer will give the player a 100000 Time Bonus.
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Series: Mr. Pants
In the level, "LOGBOX 720" from Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts, the player can find a giant It's Mr.Pants Xbox disc, however, the game was only released on the Game Boy Advance. Many websites assumed this was a hint that an Xbox Live Port was planned, but Rareware responded by saying, “Our website mascot that somehow managed to get his own game. It’s highly doubtful he’ll get another.”
Contributed by Gamer#1
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
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Creator Hirohiko Araki is known for having a strong preference for western music, because of this most characters reference a popular band or song in some way. This meant it was necessary to rename some characters to be acceptable for release outside Japan. Examples of name changes include Devo to D'bo and Vanilla ice to Iced, although some references are still included, such as Iced quoting Ice Ice Baby with "You had a problem.... I just solved it." in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future.
Contributed by Space Jockey
Series: Gears of War
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Cliff Bleszinski, lead designer for Gears of War, said that the Boomers were named after the Boomers from the anime "Bubblegum Crisis".
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Papers, Please
In the beta version of Papers, Please, the recurring character Jorji Costava's ID reference was MR_PERSISTENT
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Super Mario Galaxy
Due to an unusual mistake, people who preordered the game from GameStop received an automated phone call from them claiming it was a Mature rated game.
Contributed by GamerBen144
Lead developers Sid Meier and Brian Reynolds appear as the leaders of a hidden Firaxis Faction, unlocked by typing "sid" or "brian" into the Faction Editor.
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SaGa Frontier
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There is an image that flashes very briefly on the screen shortly after Asellus wakes up at the start of her chapter. The image is actuallySpoiler: the last memory Asellus had before her death and rebirth, as she was run over and killed by a carriage, and revived by a transfusion of mystic blood.
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