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Five Nights at Freddy's
The third star is only obtainable by completing the 7th night on 20/20/20/20. The creator, Scott Cawthon, put in the 3rd star after seeing YouTuber 'BigBugz' complete the night, as he thought it was impossible.
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
It's possible that Tweeters were originally going to appear in the game. Tweeter graphics from Super Mario All-Stars appear in the game's code, and could have been place holder graphics for the enemy.
Payday 2
Contributed by Tristan_Brown
The "Lucille Baseball Bat" is a weapon used by the antagonist Negan in Image Comics' The Walking Dead. The item was added to the game in celebration of the announcement that Overkill and Skybound were partnering to create a co-op Walking Dead game.
Sleeping Dogs
Contributed by Soulixius
There are a number of unlockable costumes that reference various gangster and martial arts films. These include:
• The Bon Gak - Ong-Bak
• Manhattan Melee - Rumble in the Bronx
• Hog Pen Row - Kung Fu Hustle
• Shen Zen - Fist of Fury
• Hai Tien Vintage Jumpsuit - Game of Death
• Part Time Assassin - Fulltime Killer
• Mr. Black - Reservoir Dogs
Diablo II
Contributed by Dazz
The crew filmed a number of shots on video as reference material for the CG animation in the game's cinematics. While filming, elements such as dust were shot, which were never intended to appear in the final product. However, the staff felt that it gave a good effect, and so it was later added to the CG animations.
Diablo II
Contributed by Dazz
It was originally intended for the game's cinematics to explain why Marius is found within the room in the opening and closing cinematics, but it was omitted. The building was intended to be a sort of asylum, as he had gone crazy after everything he had seen, and that he was found screaming about the events that occurred before he was taken in.
Diablo II
Contributed by Dazz
Act IV's cinematic was the final cinematic to be completed during development, as there was a lot of debate as to which demons would appear.
Diablo II
Contributed by Dazz
The hellgate shown during Act IV's opening cinematic contains the faces of various members of the Blizzard staff.
Diablo II
Contributed by Dazz
The only non-CG element within all of the game's cinematics is the liquid in the back of the cinematic openings. These were used from photos taken of moving liquid, originally used in the original Warcraft trailer.
Diablo II
Contributed by Dazz
The tavern shown during the game's prologue was originally conceived as an opium den, but it was changed in order to tone down the setting.
Diablo II
Contributed by Dazz
During the game's prologue cinematic, a clip of skeletons tormenting Marius' mind in front of a flaming backdrop was included as a tribute to the 1963 film, Jason and the Argonauts.
Diablo II
Contributed by Dazz
The developers went with flashback style sequences for the game's cutscenes so that they could make it from the perspective of a third person, as making the playable characters appear within the cutscenes was beyond Blizzard's capability at the time. They were designed to not only follow along with the game's story, but to show players the other side of the story that wasn't within the game.
Myth II: Soulblighter
Due to a bug in the game's installer for the PC version, if the game wasn't installed into the default directory and instead into a different one, when attempting to uninstall it the uninstaller would delete the computer's entire hard drive.

Bungie recalled all copies of the game and replaced it with a 1.1 version, which affected Bungie's profits in the process.
Battlefield 3
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
There are several Easter Eggs and references to Mirror's Edge. In Death Valley, a runner bag can be found in a container suspended by a crane on a skyscraper. The game's theme song can also be heard coming from a cell phone in the bag. In Markaz Monolith, Faith's shoes can be found on the edge of a skyscraper, with it possible to also hear her breathing after listening closely. In Operation Metro, there is a blue sign overhead saying "Faith Connors" and "Catherine", referencing Faith and her sister, Kate. There is also another runner bag hidden deeper in the area.
Battlefield 3
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
In Air Superiority, there is a Pterodactyl that flies around the map.
Golden Sun: The Lost Age
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In the second The Lost Age Debug Room, "Psynergy Test", a Kraden NPC stands two spaces to the right of a flame. If the player casts Blaze on the flame to shoot fire upon Kraden, he will generate a "!" icon, hop twice, yell "GAH!", move two spaces up and left, generate a "head bump of annoyance" icon, hop twice again, and yell "What are you doing???" Now if the player moves below the flame and casts blaze again, Kraden will exclaim "YARG!" and move back to his original position in exactly the same way, yelling "What are you doing???" again.
Developer: Yacht Club Games
Contributed by CLXcool
The company was founded by Sean Velasco, a former director of WayForward Technologies. He was also the voice of Skullmageddon in Double Dragon: Neon.
Kirby's Dream Land 2
Contributed by Ophl
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In the bad ending credits, Sir Kibble is referred to as "Load Kibble". This was probably intended to be "Lord Kibble", as its keychain in the Japanese version of Kirby: Triple Deluxe reflects this (ロードキブル).
Kirby's Pinball Land
Contributed by Ophl
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The "Whispy" in Whispy Woods is mistakenly spelled "Wispy" in this game.
Super Smash Bros.
In the Japanese release, the attack sounds are real punching noises. It's likely this was changed to keep the game family-friendly.

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