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In the game's demo as well as full version prior to patch v1.001, an unused song by the name of "grandpasemi.ogg" could be found in the game's files. This was likely intended for a cut character that could have been related to Sans, Papyrus, and possibly even W.D. Gaster, due to the name Semi being based on Semi Serif fonts. It is a short, slowed-down and re-instrumentated version of the song Metal Crusher, which is used as Mettaton's first battle theme.

This same song is now used as of patch v1.001 when you deny feeding Temmie any Tem Flakes. It plays while Temmie makes a unique facial expression, with a text graphic appearing beside her that says "can't blame a BARK for tryin'...", immediately followed by Temmie trying to attack you with her extendable arm.
Contributed by Mighty Jetters
Sonic Generations
The opening cutscene for the Shadow fight in the console/PC version of the game is nearly identical to the opening of Sonic Adventure 2: Battle.
The desing of the "Polyrobo", a robot used to test how well the Half-Life engine could take high polygon, bone based animations, is based on the Regult BattlePod from the anime Super Dimension Fortress Macross.
Contributed by Zpace Jockey
The game is a sequel to the stage play YoRHa that was written by the game's director, Yoko Taro. The play takes place a millennia after the events of NieR and features a cast of female androids called YoRHa.
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
Paper Mario
The Koopa Bros. are an obvious reference to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Both the Koopa Bros. and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are turtles and wear bandannas around their heads. The Koopa Bros. also speak in skater slang similar to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Sunken Scroll #26 contains an image of a fossilized human surrounded by a Wii U GamePad, a box with the Wii U logo, a disc, and a Wii Remote strapped to a Wii U Pro Controller. It's text says "A 12,000-year-old fossil of a creature with an odd internal skeleton. Its small skull indicates the creature was likely primitive with little intelligence. This specimen appears to have been fossilized in the middle of some kind of ritual."
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Kirby's Dream Land 3
A spider-like enemy called Mariel is likely a reference to one of the angels from Neon Genesis Evangelion named Matarael, which is depicted as a spider-like being.
Contributed by Shiver-Star
When Callie and Marie announce the map Moray Towers, Callie says "Rollers are super effective here!" and Callie says "Chargers are the very best, like no gun ever was!". Both quotes are references to Pokemon.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
The "Colossal" and "Crabapple" enemies are actually slightly modified versions of characters from the developer's previous game: Chipper and Sons Lumber Co.
Contributed by Boyobmas
Pressing Ctrl+Shift+6 on the Acknowledgements screen will make the name "Toshi Morita" fade away and eventually disappear.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
If you attack the dummy inside of the ruins, but attack and miss it nine times in a row, a text will pop up saying "Dummy tires of your aimless shenanigans." This will automatically end the battle, earning you 0 gold and 0 XP.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
The song "Dating Start!" sounds almost exactly like the song "Turnabout Sisters" from Pheonix Wright: Ace Attorney
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
The song "Pathitic House" sped up sounds similiar to the song "Spider Dance".
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
The three DLC outfits for Haggis are all references to classic horror-themed 2D platformer games:
•The Vampire Hunter skin is based on Simon Belmont of the Castlevania series.
•The Royal Knight skin is based on Sir Arthur of the Ghosts 'n Goblins series.
•The Red Gargoyle skin is based on Firebrand, a recurring enemy from the Ghosts 'n Goblins series and a playable character in Gargoyle's Quest.
Contributed by Kitsune Hawk
Resident Evil Zero
In addition to Rebecca's western costume originally available in the game, every new costume added in the game's HD port is a reference to one of Capcom's previous games.

• S.T.A.R.S. 1996 (Rebecca): Rebecca's costume from Resident Evil
• S.T.A.R.S. 1997 (Rebecca): Resident Evil Director's Cut's Arrange Mode
• S.T.A.R.S. Prototype (Rebecca): The unreleased Nintendo 64 version of RE0
• Sportswear (Rebecca): Resident Evil 2, easter egg
• Cheerleader (Rebecca): Deadly Silence, alternate outfit
• Western (Rebecca): Resident Evil Remake, alternate outfit
• Nurse (Rebecca): Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, alternate outfit
• Battlesuit (Rebecca): Version of Jill's outfit from Resident Evil 5
• Prisoner (Billy): Cody Travers from Final Fight
• Wolf Force (Billy): The Japanese cover art of Mercs

Additionally, three t-shirts are available for Rebecca. They are the winner designs by fans from Capcom's In-Game T-Shirt Contest. One of these was done by former SNK and Capcom's artist Shinkiro (real name Toshiaki Mori). Another one makes a reference to one of Barry's lines from the first Resident Evil.
Contributed by Mass Distraction
If the player begins the game, enters their username as "JohnCena", and then chooses the "hey" option, Emily will ask about your name. The player will automatically respond:

naa na na naaa

This is a reference to professional wrestler John Cena, who became an Internet meme involving videos announcing Cena's name and playing his theme song "The Time Is Now".
Contributed by Boyobmas
In the Abandoned City's video store, there is a poster for "Civilization: The Movie". Looking at the poster displays the message "you wonder if the movie could possibly be as good as the game", referencing the series and game of the same name.
Contributed by Kitsune Hawk
Luigi's Mansion
The book that the ghost Neville is seen reading is titled Mario Story, a reference to the Japanese title of Paper Mario.
Contributed by Boyobmas
"Hot Air Balloon" is the main theme to another Rayark game, Mandora.
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
The names of most of the dragon priest masks mean something in Dovahzul, the language of the dragons:

• Dukaan - Dishonor
• Hevnoraak - Brutality
• Krosis - Sorrow
• Morokei - Glorious
• Nahkriin - Vengeance
• Rahgot - Anger
• Vokun - Shadow
• Volsung - Horrible
• Ahzidal - The Bitter Destroyer
• Konahrik - Warlord

The only masks that don't translate from Dovahzul are Otar and the wooden mask.
Contributed by Arachnus
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