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The background of Green Hill Zone Act 2 was inspired by an early prototype version of Green Hill Zone from Sonic the Hedgehog.
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Project X Zone 2
Segata Sanshiro, a character that was created as part of an advertising campaign for the Sega Saturn, appears as an assist character in this game. He makes multiple references to the console, as well as a reference to one of his advertisements when partnered with Sakura and Gemini. He even references the different difficulty levels of the Fire Emblem series when partnered with Chrom and Lucina.
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Freedom Planet
The Ninja Hurk poster in Lilac's Treehouse was put in as nod to the Marvel character The Incredible Hulk, who Lilac's voice actress Dawn M. Bennet is a huge fan of.
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Sonic Colors
When Orbot installs a new voice chip for Cubot, he says "The think bone's connected to the talk bone, the talk bone's connected to the mouth bone...". This is a reference to Dem Bones, a traditional song written by James Weldon Johnson.
When the player meets an Eskimo in an empty room, he will say "I’m Eskimo. There’s nothing here" in the English version, while on the original Japanese release he will say "I am an Eskimo. You didn’t call for me? Oops. My mistake". This is a reference to a comedy gag created by Japanese comedian Hitoshi Ueki during a broadcast of the comedy show Shabondama Holiday.
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During a scene in which the group is talking in Futaba's room, Yusuke will rearrange the poses of Futaba's sentai action figures into the poses of the Ginyu Force from Dragon Ball Z.
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Injustice: Gods Among Us
In a Clash dialogue with Solomon Grundy and Hawkgirl, Solomon will call her "Bird-Nose" and reference their friendship in an episode of the Justice League animated series; "The Terror Beyond".
Sonic: Lost World
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During one of the cutscenes after Cubot has his body destroyed, Orbot says "Alas, poor Cubot. I knew him well". This is a reference to the often misquoted line from Shakespeare's Hamlet; "Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio".
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Hitting the opponent into the movie sign in the Gotham City stage enough times will have the letters spell out "FINISH HIM" and darken the background. A reference to Mortal Kombat, another title from NetherRealm Studios
At the end of Spoiler:Catwoman/Cyborg's Chapter, Spoiler:Catwoman will say the Brother Eye override authorization code, "LK-4D4", a reference to Mortal Kombat's Cyrax.
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An arcade machine of Freedom Force vs the 3rd Reich can be found on the second floor of the level "Victory Imports Auto Center". Freedom Force vs the 3rd Reich is a game by the same developers, Irrational Games.
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Pokemon Red & Blue
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In the Pokemon Origins anime miniseries, Red uses a Charizard, Dodrio, Persian, Scyther, Lapras and Jolteon during his fight against Blue at the Indigo Pleateau. These were the same Pokemon on the team used by creator Satoshi Tajiri during his test playthrough of Pokemon Red & Blue.
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Final Fight
Axl and Slash are named after the musicians Axl Rose and Saul "Slash" Hudson, both of which are menbers of the band Guns n' Roses.
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Final Fight
Poison's palette swap, Roxy, is named after the English rock band Roxy Music.
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Yooka-Laylee
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In the library section of Hivory Towers, a book can be found with the title "Jet Packs and Butlers: Your First Investment". This is a reference to one of the possible lines spoken by Conker after collecting a wad of cash in Conker's Bad Fur Day.
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Street Fighter V
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The CPT costumes from 2016 and 2017 were inspired by old promotional artwork by artist Kinu Nishimura.
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After the release of Street Fighter 3, Capcom had the idea of introducing Akuma's new super moves for future games in his endings:

• Akuma uses "Kongou Kokuretsuzan" in his Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact ending, becoming one of his Super Arts in Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike.

• The technique "Tenshou Kaireki Jin" was first seen in Akuma's ending in Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. It was used to destroy the remains of a sunken liner ship that sat on the ocean floor. It would later became Akuma's second Ultra Combo in Super Street Fighter IV.

• Akuma was first seen using the "Sekia Kuretsuha" move in his Super Street Fighter IV ending. There, he destroyed a forest with it. That same technique became Akuma's first Critical Art in Street Fighter V.
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According to their respective profiles in the Street Fighter V character guide, Mecha Zangief's body and Shadow Lady's Miracle Drill are covered in a substance know as 'L. Ceramical Titanium'. This is a reference to the Ceramical Titanium (know as Ceratanium in the English version) from the Mega Man series.
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Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire
Kiri, the girl in Sootopolis City who gives the player two berries each day, was named after director Junichi Masuda's daughter. Kiri was born in September 2002, just two months before the Japanese release of Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire.
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The character Carpenter Vitas Varnas in Greyleaf Hamlet is named after the actor and Did You Know Gaming? contributor Vitas Varnas. During the game's beta, the character was originally named Carpenter Vankar.
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