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South Park: The Fractured but Whole
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If the player tries to enter a code in the game without getting it first, Cartman will appear dressed up as Patriots coach Bill Belichick and will comment the following.

"Hey Tom Brady, do you wanna play the game or do you wanna be known as a smug cheating bitch the rest of your life?"
"Okay so I guess you wanna Tom Brady through the whole game, what's the matter? Can't do it on your own?"
"Is this fun for you, Tom Brady?"
"You broke the rules rules rules"

This is a reference to the South Park season 19 episode "Stunning and Brave".
Contributed by CLXcool
American McGee's Alice
When talking to Turtle at the beginning of the level "Dry Landing", Alice will say "I'm not on holiday."

This line was originally meant to be "I'm no bloody tourist!". This unused line was recorded, and can be found in the game's files.
Contributed by Takahashi2212
Donkey Kong Country
According to Donkey Kong Country director Gregg Mayles in a discussion with Jirard Khalil (a.k.a. The Completionist), Cranky's infamous line "I did this using one life! And I took less than an hour!" during the credits was the last remnant of a scrapped mode where the player would be able to play as Cranky Kong, who would be much slower and in general perform poorly in comparison to Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.
Contributed by game4brains
Epic Mickey
During development of Epic Mickey, Warren Spector used clips from various Mickey Mouse cartoons from the golden age as reference for Mickey's character animation. By recreating some scenes from some of the cartoons and overlaying it with the cartoon, the team were informed of how Mickey should move throughout the game.
Contributed by CLXcool
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Just north of Hebra Tower, a geometric plane sticks out of the mountainside that prevents Link from climbing any higher and can only be seen from above.
Contributed by Kakariko Kid
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
The team, researching Celtic culture and the Celts' views on mental disorder, found out that they used the term "gelt" for a man or woman who had been driven mad by a curse, grief, or the trauma of a battle, and that the gelt would take to a life in the woods in search of penance, punishment, and purgatory; the team decided to make Senua a gelt, who had left her home in exile for those reasons.
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
Action 52
Action 52 was developed by a team of three college students over the course of three months.
Contributed by Salnax
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Ending B,Spoiler: which features Caim's sister transforming into multiple creatures, is based on Sister Princess, a series which featured 12 sisters competing for their older brother's attention.
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
Shantae: ½ Genie Hero
The enemy Ikki which periodically appears when opening treasure chests is a reference to Nikki from the Nintendo 3DS message service Swapnote.
Contributed by Psychospacecow
Super Mario Odyssey
According to producer Yoshiaki Kazumi, in an interview with Polygon, the reason why Pauline made a comeback in this game was because they wanted to give players something familiar to focus on in a strange place.

“When we were deciding which Kingdoms to have in the game, we knew we wanted the city environment, and we wanted something that would have resonance with players. We knew that players know Pauline so we of course wanted to make her the mayor of New Donk City. It's important to note that thought they are called Kingdoms, they do not necessarily have royalty, and that's why she's the mayor.”
Contributed by GamerBen144
According to a Capcom Development report, the reason why the Marvel vs. Capcom series originally came to be was because Marvel wanted to introduce it's character to a Japanese audience.
Contributed by ZpaceJ0ck0
Super Mario Odyssey
Talking to an NPC counts as jumping according to the in-game jump counter.
Contributed by ChocoPain
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3
During the "The Cell Games Begin" match in Dragon History mode, the subtitle for Cell's line "why don't you pop one of those Senzu beans" mistakenly omits the "s" in "beans".
Contributed by game4brains
Super Mario Odyssey
According to producer Yoshiaki Koizumi. Pauline was originally convinced to be the princess of New Donk City, but the idea was later scrapped and she became the mayor of New Donk City instead.

"In the past we used to have a game taking place in a city, and Mario also appeared in it(which pointed towards Pauline). At first they wanted to make her the princess of New Donk City, but the world setting of that city doesn’t have princesses. That’s why she became the mayor instead.”
Contributed by CLXcool
A Hat in Time
In the Beta version of the game, there was a milkman NPC that was a Mafia member in a milkman suit. For some reason, the Milkman was not present in the final release of the game.
Contributed by Smirkytrick
Persona 5
The protagonist's home in the game is Cafe LeBlanc which is a reference to Maurice Leblanc, author of the Arsene Lupin books which the protagonist's initial persona is based and named after.
Contributed by Zap Rotech
Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle
Rabbid Princess Peach originally had a transformation sequence inspired by Sailor Moon. While the sequence was cut from the game, Davide Soliani stated that the test sequence was made by animators who were desperate to hit the 1000 character animation requirement for character combat.

"When you have to create 1000 animations per character just for the Combat Phase, animators started to go crazy. This was 2 years ago.."
Contributed by CLXcool
A misspelling found by fans in the game's code explains why the computer controlled leaders in the game focus on developing religion over anything else. By spelling the word "yield" as "yeild," a complete group of routines are ignored by the game's programming that are specific to how the computer processes their research strategies.
Contributed by KidDivinegon
Part 3 Jason skin "Retro Jason" was based on a Sprite of Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th on NES published by LJN.
Contributed by ABOhiccups
Sonic Mania
In Hydrocity Zone (prior to Patch 1.3), if the player inputs from level select code from Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (Left,Left,Left,Right,Right,Right,Up,Up,Up) whist hanging on the hook levers (a ring sound plays if entered correctly), it cause a sound clip of Youtuber videogamedunkey to play whenever the players uses the dash panels.
The sound clip originates from his video Dunkey's Best of 2016, which Sonic the Hedgehog 3 was featured in.
Contributed by SkyminHAZBOZ


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