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Pitting the Wrexham AFC against either the Liverpool or Stockport football clubs will trigger hidden commentary between actors Ryan Reynolds and Robb McElhenney, who in November 2020, bought the Wrexham football club for £2m ($2.5M) due to British comedian and writer Humphrey Ker explaining to the BBC how his lunch habits led to McElhenney having an interest in the sport:

"I'm laying claim to the fact (Rob's) interest in football derives from several years of teasing me for watching football during our lunch breaks at work. Until eventually, just by pure osmosis, I got him interested in the game to the degree that he decides to buy a football team. Where with a lot of people the journey would have ended with he and I exchanging text messages and me saying 'Ha ha, sounds great, I'd always said I'd do that if I won the lottery, but then within a month's time we had Ryan on board, we had found a football brokerage team in New York and we were in the process of trying to find a football club."
Contributed by Tuli0hWut
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3
In the PSP version of the game, players can talk to an NPC at Club Escapade at night simply called "Man Drinking Alone". If you talk to him, he'll tell you about a dream where people die if they don't wake up before they reach the bottom. If you talk to him enough times, he'll turn around to reveal himself to be Vincent from Catherine.
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Street Fighter III
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There's a sprite of popular anime character Doraemon hidden in the background of Gill's stage. To actually see the sprite in-game, first the player has to perform a glitch to get Alex and Chun-Li onto Gill's stage. Right after that they have to do several glitches including one involving Alex and Chun-Li's throws to get the latter at an unnaturally high point. If Chun-Li stomps on Alex she will fly up into the air and the background will eventually loop vertically, revealing the Doraemon sprite.
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In Cultist Base, the third level of the game, you can find three Dopefish from the Commander Keen series. The first is hanging from a rope, the second is stuck in a cracked ice wall, and the third is on a hidden cave, placed on an altar in a little shrine.
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Pokémon Scarlet & Violet
In the Academy's History Class, on the board behind Raifort, both professor Laventon and an old Hisuian Poke Ball from Pokémon Legends: Arceus can be seen.
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Pokémon Scarlet & Violet
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The headpiece worn by a Pokémon when they Terastalize into a Ghost-Type greatly resembles the Sprite used in the Gen 1 games for ghost Pokémon in the Pokémon Tower of Lavender Town that can be seen when the player goes there for the first time without the Silph Scope. It's also notable for being a sprite used by the Gen 1 glitch Pokémon MissingNo.
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Milla from Freedom Planet was added as guest character in the Version 1.1 update.
Her theme song is based on her theme from Freedom Planet 2.
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Sonic Frontiers
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In rare instances throughout the game, characters that didn't appear in Sonic Frontiers are referenced in passing, such as Cream, Shadow, Rouge, Blaze, Jet, Omega, Yacker the Wisp, and Zavok of the Deadly Six. However two of these voice lines reference Sticks the Badger and Tangle the Lemur, two characters who have not appeared in the mainline game series at all. While Sticks previously had a character page among other mainline characters on the Japanese Sonic Channel website, she has so far only appeared in the spin-off series Sonic Boom, while Tangle has so far only appeared in IDW Publishing's Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series. Thus Sonic's name drop of them in this mainline title essentially establishes the characters as canon to the Sonic game series. This Easter egg may have come about due to the fact that Sonic Frontiers' writer Ian Flynn is also a co-writer of the IDW comic series.
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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
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On the second TIE Fighter Factory stage, the helmet of Delta Squad sergeant RC-1138, who first debuted in the game Star Wars: Republic Commando, can be found on an out-of-the-way ledge in the level.
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Near the end of the last lap on Diablo Canyon Road, the Prince from the Katamari series can be found rolling a Katamari on the farm.
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Cyberpunk 2077
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Near the start of the mission "The Heist", you follow Jackie around the premises of Konpeki Plaza. Eventually, Jackie will offer to either continue looking around the plaza or to go straight to their hotel room. If you choose to stay and look around some more, in the large sitting area to the right of the bar, a man named Hideyoshi Oshima can be found chatting with two other guests. Oshima's physical appearance is modeled after video game developer Hideo Kojima.
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There are unlockable costumes based on characters from other Capcom series of games:

Apollo Justice (Ace Attorney)
Pearl Fey (Ace Attorney)
Morrigan (Darkstalkers)
Arthur (Ghosts 'n Goblins)
Jill Valentine (Resident Evil)
Chun-Li (Street Fighter)
Guile (Street Fighter)
Ken (Street Fighter)
Ryu (Street Fighter)
Sakura (Street Fighter)
Captain Rose (Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure)
Zack (Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure)
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Eiji Kisaragi, from Art of Fighting 2, makes an appearance in Billy Kane's intro and win pose when fighting against Iori.
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The King of Fighters XIII
Occasionally, Foxy will replace Diana in Kula's victory animation.
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Saturday Night Slam Masters
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Street Fighter character E. Honda makes a cameo appareance in the background of the stage. He appears in the crowd in middle of the arena.
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Pandaman from the One Piece series makes a cameo appearance as a hidden playable character in the game. According to One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda, Pandaman was originally created as an entry for a character-design contest for the Kinnikuman series, who later used him as a gag character within the One Piece anime and mangas.
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In The Promised Lands expansion pack for the PC Engine CD, it's possible to encounter randomly-generated levels themed after the Bomberman series. One such level can be accessed with the code "LOWUSDON", and features several White and Red Bombermen inhabiting fortresses in their likeness and setting bombs across the world map.
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Exclusive to the Japanese console version of the game are four multiplayer skins based off Yakuza characters Kazuma Kiryu, Shun Akiyama, Ryuji Goda, and Goro Majima.
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Spider-Man (2000)
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At the starting point of the "Race to the Bugle" level, Ghost Rider can be very briefly seen riding down a building before disappearing. This cameo is an exception to the other Marvel cameos in the game's "What If" mode, as Ghost Rider also appears in the normal level.
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Street Fighter V
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In a 2016 Famitsu interview, Capcom's Kouichi Sugiyama confirmed that Sodom from Final Fight was considered as a potential playable character for Street Fighter V. However, this never happened in the game's lifespan because the developers didn't know how to introduce the character into the story.

Eventually Sodom made a background cameo in the 2019 Capcom Pro Tour DLC stage Ring of Justice.
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