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Deadpool
The scene where Deadpool dances with Death in his apartment is similar to how John Travolta's and Uma Thurman's characters danced in the 1994 movie Pulp Fiction. The scene also includes a subtle joke about a burger with a French sounding name, referencing a famous line from the same movie.
Contributed by Jamey Burky
Kirby's Dream Land 2
There is an unused track that can be accessed from within the game as "FGM #94" in the Sound Test. This theme was later remade for Kirby Triple Deluxe, and used in the Cave section of Fine Field.
Contributed by Azelf89
Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2
Uni's name is taken directly from the "Uni" in "Universal Media Disk", the type of disc used specifically by the PlayStation Portable.
Contributed by Kitsune Hawk
Kirby Super Star
There are a few glitches that were fixed when the game was localized overseas, mostly involving pressing opposite directions simultaneously.
•When using Jet Kirby and doing a semi-charged or fully-charged boost in midair, pressing up and down while flying sends Kirby flying diagonally. If Kirby bumps into a wall after a semi-charged boost while holding up and down, Kirby will bounce upwards very fast.
•When using Fire Kirby while doing a running boost in midair, pressing up and down will cause Kirby to shoot down very fast, passing through floors.
•When using Plasma Kirby while holding left and right and pressing up will charge Kirby's plasma beam to the maximum immediately, allowing you to fire fully-charged shots right away.
•When using Yo-Yo Kirby, pressing up, down and Y in midair will cause Kirby to disappear from the screen. If this is done with a helper, the game will act as if the helper doesn't exist.
•Pressing up and down on a ladder causes the game to crash, or could possibly send you to the credits of Milky Way Wishes.
Contributed by Ophl
Kirby Mass Attack
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After first appearing in a trailer for the cancelled Kirby GCN, HR-D3 made its official debut in Kirby Mass Attack. Its attacks and color scheme are virtually identical to those seen in the trailer, meaning the robot was likely included as a reference to the cancelled Kirby game. Despite this intentional reference, however, its laser is inaccurate; the laser HR-D3 fired in the Kirby GCN trailer was blue while the laser it fires in Kirby Mass Attack is orange.
Contributed by Ophl
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In the game's data, the graphic texture "water" was not meant for the actual game, but was found in the files for Stage 2 as a placeholder used for testing out the water effects while developing the game.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
The DLC helmet, "Dave's 'Mind Crate' Hat" is a reference to the game Minecraft.
Contributed by ThisGuyInTheSuit
One of the ambient noises that can heard during gameplay sounds like garbled speech. When played backwards it's revealed to be a clip of Phone Guy's first call from the original Five Nights at Freddy's.
Contributed by Boyobmas
When looking back at the player's bed, there's a rare possibility that they will see one of three items that will disappear when the player looks away. These are a pot of flowers, a bottle of pills or an IV Drip. These are items most likely found beside a hospital bed.

Spoiler:It's revealed at the end of the game that the protagonist is shoved into the mouth of an animatronic which bites down. It's theorized that this is the "Bite of 87" mentioned in the first game and that the game takes place in the mind of the victim who is in a coma due to the injury.
Contributed by Boyobmas
Far Cry 4
During the side mission "Lost and Confused", Ajay will be given a drug by Yogi and Reggie called Oculus Spliff. This is a reference to the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
Contributed by General_Kaldon
Hulk Hogan was originally meant to appear in the game, however plans were changed for him not to appear in it after it was found the wrestler allegedly used racial slurs in a leaked sex tape.

Hogan's ties had since been severed with the WWE due to the incident with all references to him removed from their official website.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
Splatoon
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The Octobrush is known in Japan as the Hokusai, referencing artist Katsushika Hokusai. The design is also based off of traditional Japanese brushes. Interestingly, one of Hokusai's paintings was "The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife", depicting a woman having sexual intercourse with two octopi, tying into the English name.
Contributed by Frank Jaeger
Batman: Arkham Knight
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During the game's opening sequence Spoiler:in Pauli's Diner, the player can spot Sefton Hill, co-founder of Rocksteady and Director of the game.
Contributed by Boyobmas
Mega Man 3
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In the Japanese version a room near the end of Wily stage 1 has a different layout. The international layout removes the platform in the middle of the screen and moves the weapon capsules to a lower platform on the far right, probably to make them easier to get to. This also forces the player to switch weapons mid-air if they don't want to refill Rush Coil or Rush Jet.
Contributed by Ophl
When the first teaser image was released, the site had "glitches" that were repeating 7's and 8's, and when fans put "8788788778" into Google Maps they found a small pizzeria. Fans were calling and harassing the business so much that Scott Cawthon had to tell everyone that they had nothing to do with the game, and edited the site to remove the 7's and 8's. The owner of the pizzeria, after finding out what had caused the confusion, offered a “Fazbears pizzeria special” for a limited time.
Contributed by gamemaster1991
Batman: Arkham Asylum
After clearing a Predator Mode room of enemies in the Greenhouse, in the next room a cutscene plays of the Joker throwing an asylum guard into electrified water. The player must then go to the generator room to shut off the power so they can cross. If the player cuts the power in the side room before triggering this scene, however, the scene featuring the guard will be skipped, cutting straight to Joker walking out of the room.
Contributed by Boyobmas
F.E.A.R.
The character Jin Sun-Kwon was originally planned to be a sniper with enhanced hearing, but this was changed when Monolith Productions had trouble designing scenarios in which she could snipe. The influence of her original sniper role can still be seen in the elbow pads she wears and the red trigger fingers of both her gloves.
Contributed by VGSavvy
Crash Bandicoot
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According to Jason Rubin. Tawna didn't appear in any of the other Crash Bandicoot games because the marketing director from Universal was unimpressed by Tawna's appearance. Tawna's original design was influenced by characters like Jessica Rabbit. It infuriated the director to the point where she even stated that "no video game would ever be successful because of a sexy woman ever again". After creative differences with the marketing director, Naughty Dog later removed Tawna from the series.
Contributed by CLXcool
Silent Hill
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In the North American version, the enemies known as "Grey Children" bare a strong resemblance to real-life children, however in the Japanese & European versions they were instead replaced by "Mumblers".
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Batman: Arkham Knight
Spoiler:During the final hallucination of the game where the player is controlling a gun-wielding Joker, as he guns down Penguin, Riddler and Two-Face, the song "Only You (And You Alone)" by The Platters can be heard playing on a radio throughout the corridor where the villain trio are cowering.

This was the same song that Joker himself sung in the end credits of Batman: Arkham City.
Contributed by MightyKombat

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