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In 51 Worldwide Classics, there's a Golf Game which has up to 9 Holes. When looking closer at all the holes, they seem to show a striking resemblance to the first 9 Holes from Golf in Wii Sports, and in turn many holes from the NES game Golf.
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If you inspect the steering wheel of The Princess Peach cruise ship while Bobby the Bo-omb is next to Mario, he will remark how he once dreamed of being a captain or an admiral. This is a reference to Admiral Bobbery, Mario's Bo-omb partner from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
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Found on one of the movie theater marquees is the message "Maddie, Will You Marry Me?" This was an Easter egg included in the game at the request of fan Tyler Schultz who tweeted out to Insomniac asking them for help with his marriage proposal to his then girlfriend of 5 years Madison Gamble ("Maddie" for short) by including the message somewhere in-game. However, by the time the game had released, Gamble had broken up with him with Schultz explaining what had happened. Insomniac had offered to patch out the message but Schultz requested to keep it in as a reminder for "the almost mistake that I made." adding that his girlfriend told him "that the video game message wasn’t the way she wanted to be proposed to, either."

Gamble would later say in a statement that she never even liked video games and only tolerated them because of Schultz. She claimed that she broke up with Schultz due to his behavior and gave him a month to change but to no avail.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
On the Trinity Church's clock, the hands are set at 1:21. This is a reference to 2014's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie, when the clock tower's hands stopped spinning rapidly and position on 1:21, after Gwen Stacey died from a fall. This is also a reference to the story "The Night Gwen Stacy Died" appearing in the comic The Amazing Spider-Man issue #121.
Additionally, the colored green and purple windows matches the Green Goblin's costume.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
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A small inflatable dragon is hidden beneath the sand at Goo Lagoon.
Contributed by GamerBen144
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On a Billboard seen in Whistlestop Rails is an advertisement for Yo'ster Cookies Flowers, paying tribute to the game Yoshi's Cookie.
Contributed by CuriousUserX90
Shining Force II
If a character has been inflicted with confusion, there is a chance that they will not attack either the select enemy nor themselves; the game will instead claim that they are playing their Game Gear, and that Shining Force Gaiden is a great game.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Animal Crossing
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When waking a villager with the "normal" personality type up from a nap, one of the phrases they can say is "this is not my beautiful house," referencing a line from the Talking Heads song "Once in a Lifetime" released in 1980.
Contributed by game4brains
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The Japanese version of the game contains downloadable maps featuring Japanese swimsuit model Yukie Kawamara that was only accessible via codes that were in specially marked boxes. In these maps, Kawamara's breasts are small bumps in the platforms that the player can roll on. This may have been deemed inappropriate for a kid-friendly game, which is why it hasn't been available in other countries for download since its release.
Contributed by GamerBen144
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In 2020, a Beijing court ruled that the 2018 Chinese fantasy comedy film Warrior Angels had infringed on SNK's copyright as some of the characters in the film resembled designs from The King of Fighters series. The film's character Qiao Fan transforms into a "red clad woman" which heavily resembles Mai Shirainui in her appearance as well as in her movement. SNK China was awarded in damages the equivalent of $111,500 with the film ordered to be pulled from distribution. However, the ruling is being appealed.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
Team Fortress 2
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In March of 2018, a passive effect called "Sketchek’s Bequest" was added to the Pyro's weapon the Axtinguisher which granted the player a speed boost after killing a burning opponent. This was named in honor of the YouTuber known as Sketchek, a prominent Pyro player in the community, who in 2015 claimed in a video to have a "terminal illness" that was getting worse and had later presumably died. However in 2019, Sketchek returned and stated that he lied about dying because he wanted to retire from the game as it had "ruined his life" and he wanted to "go out with a bang." The effect was subsequently removed in an update.
Contributed by KnowledgeBase
LittleBigPlanet 2
On the level "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Negativatron", inputting the Konami Code on the broken arcade machine (Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left Right, X, O) will cause it to explode and reveal the numbers '3733 5683', which on a phone key pad spells out "Free Love"
Contributed by FingerRocks
In the toy store called "Toy Uncle", the player will find various Mega Man merchandise such as action figures and helmets which are based on the infamous design for the North American box art for the original Mega Man.
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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
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Castle Skingrad seems to be modeled after Bran Castle, the castle famous for housing Dracula. In Oblivion, Castle Skingrad is home to Count Hassildor, a reclusive vampire who is featured in quest revolving around vampirism. The architecture is clearly similar, especially the spires of the castle, and is sits atop a hill outside of the city.
Contributed by ClaudX
Tony Hawk's Underground 2
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Accessing the arcade cabinet used for a specific goal on the Skatetopia level reveals a hidden message written out in the high score initials.

The message, reading, "TEN HARDCORE YEARS KICKING YOUR ASS", which is a reference to Neversoft Studios developing the Tony Hawk game franchise for ten years.
Contributed by Regen-33
Wii Play
Pressing a and b during the countdown in Laser Hockey will cause both players paddle to change shape.
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Wii Sports Resort
Pressing a and 2 will instantly pop any balloon on screen in Frisbee Dog.
Contributed by Wipeoutjack7
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Before Jill enters the bar with Brad, there's a stand sign of Morrigan Aensland from the Darkstalkers series. Underneath the title of 'Halloween Cocktails', the drinks' names (Darkness Illusion, Cryptic Needle, Shadow Blade and Astral Vision) are references to Morrigan's moves.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
The quest, "The Forlorn Watchman" features many references to the movie "Mutiny on the Bounty", which was based on the real-life event based on the ship of the same name. In the quest, the player must release a man's soul by releasing his body from shackles within a ship. Aboard the ship, the player discovers the mutiny upon the ship, led by a man named Gable the Traitor against their captain, Captain Laughton. In the 1935 movie, the captain is played by Charles Laughton and the "traitor" is played by Clark Gable.
Contributed by ClaudX
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Amantius Allectus' Diary, stolen during "May The Best Thief Win" may be a reference to the movie and musical "Little Shop of Horrors". The diary notes Allectus' cultivation of plants that feed on blood. He begins by feeding them cat and rat blood, but once he accidentally cuts himself on the plant, they begin craving human blood, which he then feeds them. In "Little Shop", the main character Seymour cares for a blood-thirsty plant who, once accidentally cutting himself on it, begins to feed it his own blood.
Contributed by ClaudX
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