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The Memorial stage is directly underneath the DOA Colosseum. This stage is only playable in the story mode and cannot be accessed through the other arena.
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The King of Fighters '94
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Kyo's girlfriend, Yuki, appears in the background of the Japan stage along with his motorcycle. The game was initially going to feature an intro sequence of Kyo where he would drive through the streets on his bike and an animation sequence where Yuki would appear when Kyo is defeated. These ideas were not featured in the final game.
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In the Japanese Saturn port of the game, it is possible to play as Pepsiman, the mascot for the Pepsi Company in Japan, by losing the first match in Arcade Mode. Then the player must defeat him to unlock him as a playable character.

In addition, the Pepsi brand can be seen advertised during the game's second attract mode with Tokio, on Picky's skateboard, and on both a truck and a billboard in Picky's Diner stage. However, they are not present in the US and PAL versions of the game as the Pepsi advertising was instead replaced with generic advertising.
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When obtaining the M1911, the improved grip upgrade has a golden bee emblem on it. This is likely a reference to the 'Lure of Bee' key item from Resident Evil (2002).
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The King of Fighters '95
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Ryuhaku Todoh from Art of Fighting, Duck King and from Fatal Fury, and Heavy D! from the previous game, appear in the background of the England stage.
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The King of Fighters '94
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The U.S.A. stage contains a reference to The Blues Brothers and Pedro De Pacas from the Cheech & Chong film Up in Smoke, as well as references to the American hip-hop groups Kriss Kross and N.W.A.
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The King of Fighters '94
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The writing on the crashed helicopter in the Brazil stage reads "Death From Above," which is a reference to a helicopter decal featured in the 1979 war film Apocalypse Now.
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The King of Fighters '94
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Temjin, Mickey Rogers, Lee Pai Long, Eiji Kisaragi, Ryuhaku Todoh, and Young Geese Howard from Art of Fighting appear in the background of the Mexico stage.

Billy Kane and Richard Meyer from Fatal Fury, Roddy and Cathy from Top Hunter: Roddy & Cathy, and Lily McGuire from the first Fatal Fury animated movie are also featured in the background.
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The King of Fighters '94
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Cheng Sinzan, Big Bear, Tung Fu Rue, Duck King, and Jubei Yamada from Fatal Fury cameo in the background of the Italy stage.
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According to game's artist Ben Fiquet on his Twitter account, the elevator platform from "Stage 11: Airplane" was inspired by the manga series Akira. The name of the stage's soundtrack is even "A Ki Ra".
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During the level "A Hole in Space", if you collect all 18 Bumpa Berries while riding the grind rail, you will be rewarded with a visual effect of a group of low-poly Crash Bandicoot/Coco models screaming "Woah!"/"Yeah!" respectively, while also earning the achievement "WHOA YEAH!". This is a reference to a CG animation test animated and voice acted by Irish animator Chris O'Neill which became a meme in 2017. The in-game reference uses the same model of Crash featured in the original video, but O'Neill's voice is dubbed over. The Coco variant of the meme is a new model made for this game.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
Doom (2016)
The death animation for dying in lava shows the Slayer giving a thumbs up before fully sinking into the lava. This is a reference to the ending of the 1991 film "Terminator 2: Judgement Day". This animation also appears in Doom: Eternal.
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Psychonauts
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In Lungfishopolis, if you go to the island with the highest skyscrapers and climb onto one of the buildings closest to the mountain range, angling the camera enough will reveal a grainy picture placed just out of bounds of an Asian woman. At the time of the game's development, this person was world designer Fred Selker's girlfriend.
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There is a large wooden dam blocking a river known as the Great Orc Wall that, according to the game's plot, blocks off large hordes of orcs from entering the Isle of Khorinis. In reality, this wall is here to prevent the player from moving out of bounds easily. It is possible however to make it over the orc wall by crossing the river and climbing a mountain near a specific part of the wall that is connected with the land. After making it over to the other side, you may find this sign written by "The mighty alien dwarf" and signed with a crude smiley face:

"Ok man, you made it behind the great orc wall
...
as you see, the story of the orcish hordes
behind this wall, is a complete fake
there is nothing more to find here...
this place is abandoned,
it's the end of the world.

But me (a mighty alien dwarf, which not
depends to this game story, and which name
is not of public interest here!) wanted to
warn you. You've been tricked to believe a
story, wich is not true. (they want to get you!)

Do not believe anything they say.
Keep your eyes open !
....
The mighty alien dwarf"
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
One of Nyotengu's victory poses is taken from Tengu's intro sequence from Dead or Alive 2. The English translation is taken from Dead or Alive: Dimensions' iteration of the intro.
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The time on the Pokétch from the DS in the trailer says 9:28, a reference to the release date of the original Diamond & Pearl games.
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The "Shodown" in the series Western title is a combination of the word "Showdown" and "Shogun." The latter being a reference to the 1980 TV mini-series, Shogun.
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Samurai Shodown II
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In the Devil's Island - Dinner battle stage, there is a large cauldron in the background being tended to by two creatures that resemble Gen-An Shiranui as they appear to be boiling three human heads and a Xenomorph from the Alien franchise in a vat of blood.
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Samurai Shodown II
Ryuhaku Todoh from Art of Fighting makes a cameo appearance in Gen-An's ending as one of his opponents.
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Mai Shiranui from Fatal Fury makes a cameo appearance in Gen-An's ending as his final opponent Spoiler:to which Gen-An immediately dies from one blow.
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