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In Crosstown, stars of the let's play web series Game Grumps, Arin Hanson and Ross O'Donovan, make a cameo where they can be seen together drawing on pads. Both Ross and Arin also voice characters in the game.
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The collectible 'Sternum of Vitas, the Performer' is a reference to the real-life actor, producer, writer and Did You Know Gaming? contributor Vitas Varnas. The description for the item reads, "Cvstodia remembers with admiration the name of Vitas Varnas. He inspired the lives of his people through his altruistic actions as well as his inspirational words."
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MediEvil
In all versions of the game, there's an unused message that reads:

"Buzby sucks eggs, and Eastwood smells!"

According to the game's lead artist 'Jason Wilson', this is meant for one of the game's main programmers 'James Busby' as an inside joke. Later, it was revealed to be true by 'Chris Sorrell' in the RETRO Vol. 8 interview.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
Luigi's Mansion
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The training room is completely modeled out in the 3DS version compared to the original release on the GameCube. However, in both cases, the player cannot use the Game Boy Horror, making it impossible to see through normal means.
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Typing in "BR&ND@R@CKS" at the password screen in the Game Boy Color version will show off two shoutout images made by a developer: one of his friends and family, and another of his/her dog named Brando.
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In the Dreamcast version's files there is text simply stating "Joe Rules."
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By adding in "WeMissYou=1" to either hmgames.ini or scummvm.ini, several pictures of Humongous developers will be added to the puzzle game.
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In the Wii version of the game, there are letters and numbers floating in the middle of empty space outside of SpongeBob's house.
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During development, the game was given the codename "Dylan", in reference to the singer Bob Dylan. The reason for this was because they wanted the project to be the "Bob Dylan of video games", something that gamers would be referencing for years after.
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Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
In Konquest Mode, remaining idle on dialogue screens at certain points will cause a monk towards the bottom of the screen to break the fourth wall; turning around to look at the player and shrugging before resuming his original position.
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Kingdom Hearts III
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In the Misty Stream area of the game, the player can find a wreckage of a pirate ship which appears to be the Phantom Storm boss from Kingdom Hearts 2, as can be seen by the identical jaw piece.
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Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
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In the Arcade version's Attract Mode, Rain can be seen fighting Shao Khan for about a second. Rain was not a playable character in this version but was added to stir up rumors of his alleged inclusion.

Upon closer inspection it can be noted that Rain's name within his health bar is copy-pasted in a different font than what is standard for character names during matches.
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The Insane Cults offense player Vitas Varnas is a reference to the real-life actor, producer and writer of the same name.
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Half-Life
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In the fifth mission of the bonus mode Half-Life: Decay in the PlayStation 2 port of Half-Life, the corpse of a guard can be found floating in a pool. The corpse has over 3,000 health and if hit enough times, it will destroy and spawn Snarks which can be acquired for use.
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In February 2019, the game was removed from sale on Steam by the developer. This was because the game received a negative review bombing by Chinese gamers due to it featuring a poster with derogatory remarks about Xi Jinping, the president of China. Red Candle Games stated that they'd do another review of the game to make sure no other "unintended materials" were present. Additionally, all official trailers had been either made private or removed.

The studio's other game Detention had also been bombarded with negative reviews due to the outrage.
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In Chapter V: Cut and Run, there is a certain breakable wall that the player can break via Jazz's Grapple ability which leads to a hallway with a switch at the end. If the player attempts to activate said switch it will transform into a robot and proceed to dance. Afterwards, a door behind it will explode revealing a hidden room.
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Rumble and Laserbeak can be found as hidden cameos in chapter two and if they are shot at they will retreat. Additionally Soundwave can be found the same way but disguised as a cybertronian light fixture and he will transform, taunt Optimus, and then retreat if the player focuses their aim on him.
Contributed by PirateGoofy
Sonic Generations
The autotuned part of Escape from the City Act 1 is the same melody from Sonic the Hedgehog 3's Endless Mine level. In addition, Act 2’s theme contains elements of It Doesn’t Matter from Sonic Adventure 2.
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
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In the Egyptian-themed levels, there are hieroglyphs of black dogs on the wall that are speculated to represent Morgan T. Dog (now deceased), a pet mascot of Naughty Dog. N. Sane Trilogy kept this reference intact.
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Fallout 4
On the eastern side of the map, between Boston Common and Back Bay District, there is a door to an underground bar known as the Prost Bar. Prost, translated from German, means "cheers" and the area is a reference to the TV sitcom "Cheers" which ran from the early 80's to the early 90's.
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