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Overwatch
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The attacker spawn zone for the Hanamura stage is an aracde featuring several game cabinets containing references to other games:
•Fighters of the Storm, which features Tyrael from Diablo and Tychus Findlay from StarCraft 2.
•Fighters of the Storm 2, which features Sarah Kerrigan from Starcraft and Garrosh Hellscream from Warcraft.
•The Lost Vikings VI, an homage to the Blizzard game The Lost Vikings featuring a Starcaft 2 viking spaceship.
•Siege Mode 3, which depicts a marine and siege tank from the StarCraft universe and resembles the Metal Slug franchise.

The Fighters of the Storm arcade cabinets, which borrow characters from multiple Blizzard franchises, are named after the Blizzard game Heroes of the Storm, a MOBA game which also features a large cast of Blizzard characters.

The name of the arcade itself can be seen from outside of the building and is called 16-Bit Hero. It's mascot resembles a pixelated version of Jim Raynor from the StarCraft universe.
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Overwatch
In the Dorado stage, you can find pinatas styled to look like the Diablo character from the Blizzard game Diablo.
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Overwatch
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The mascot for Rikimaru noodle bar in the Hanamura stage is a murloc from the Warcraft series. The logo for the shop can also be seen on the sides of trucks and buildings throughout the game. Shooting at the statue of the murloc above the store plays the iconic murloc sound clip.
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Overwatch
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The Blizzard game Hearthstone can be seen on numerous tablets and computers found throughout several of the maps.
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Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
When Deadpool starts his Level 3 Hyper Combo, he strikes a pose and says "Boop-oop-a-doop". This is a reference to the catchphrase of the classic cartoon character, Betty Boop.
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Overwatch
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The "Arrivals" board in the Numbani airport terminal features the locations of Activision Blizzard offices around the world: Seoul, Cork, Buenos Aires, Madrid, Paris, Shanghai, Austin, Mexico City, Los Angeles, Versailles, and Irvine.
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Overwatch
In the Temple of Anubis stage, the spawn zone vehicle features what appears to be artwork drawn on its hull of a Murloc from Warcraft with its signature "Mrglrglrlgl" noise written below. Inside the same vehicle, there is a trophy of a Hydralisk from the StarCraft series.
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Overwatch
In the barracks of the Watchpoint: Gibraltar stage are lockers with the names of the game's Environment Art team: (Helder) Pinto, (Dion) Rogers, (Philip) Klevestav, (Andrew) Klimas, and (Bram) Eulaers.
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Final Fantasy X-2
When Logos attacks the party during the second mission of the game, one of the fiends that attacks will be a snake monster. Rikku starts the battle shouting "Snake, Snake, Snaaaakkkeee!"

This phrase is a reference to the Metal Gear Solid series, where it is often shouted by one of the characters during Game Over screens.
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If players watch the trailer for the game LEGO Indiana Jones in the Mos Eisley Cantina trailers room, Indiana Jones will become an unlockable character for $50,000 at the in-game shop.
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Mercenary Kings
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In the game there is a magnum-class pistol called "Horse" which has the description "Perfect Pistol for a mercenary on a bizarre adventure."

This is a reference to the manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, specifically about character Hol Horse's gun "The Emperor", which is a revolver combined with an automatic pistol. Not only are the design and names similar, but the description also hints to the JoJo series as well.
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Bravely Default
Many of the game's characters' names are word plays and references to story events, the characters themselves and real people.

• Tiz Arrior = "this warrior", while "tiz" also being Hungarian for "ten"
• Ringabel = "ring a bell"
• Agnès Oblige = "Agnes" could either refer to the Ancient Greek word "agnós" meaning "pure" or the French word "agnelle" (feminine) meaning "lamb". "Oblige" simply means obligation.
• Airy = "fairy"
• Edea Lee, Braev Lee and Mahzer Lee: "ideally", "bravely" and "motherly"
• Holly Whyte = "holy white"
• Ominas Crowe = "ominous crow"
• Barras Lehr = "bear wrestler"
• Argent Heinkel = "Silver Heinkel", "argent" being "silver" in French and Heinkel being a German aircraft.
• Eloch Quentis Khamer VII = "eloquent scammer"
• Erutus Profiteur = "a ruthless profiteer"
• Ciggma Khint = anagram for "magic knight"
• Fiore DeRosa = "pink flower" in Italian
• Artemia, Mephilia and Einheria Venus = Artemis, a Greek goddess of the moon and a huntress; Mephistopheles, a collector of souls from the Faust Legend; Einherjars are warriors of Norse mythology, often associated with Valkyries; Venus, the sisters' last name, is the Roman goddess of love, beauty and fertility.
• Nobutsuna Kamiizumi = Kamiizumi Ise-no-kami Fujiwara-no-Nobutsuna is a famous samurai from Japan's Sengoku period and the creator of Kenjutsu
• Hayreddin Barbarossa = Shares his name with an Ottoman admiral of the fleet and an emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. Since he is a pirate, his last name could also refer to Captain Barbossa from Pirates of the Caribbean.
• Kikyo Konoe = "kikyo" means "Chinese bellflower"
• Qada = "God's will" or "divine decree" in Arabic
• Praline à  la Mode = "à la Mode" is French roughly meaning "fashionable" but is also a kind of a dessert. Pralines are French confectioneries.
• Alternis Dim = "alternate dimension"
• Victor S. Court = His middle initial and last name come together as "escort"
• Victoria F. Stein = Reference to Victor Frankenstein
• Lester DeRosso = Lestat de Lioncourt from Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles.
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Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
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In Uncharted 4, there is an Easter egg to one of Naughty Dog's earlier franchises, Crash Bandicoot. Spoiler:Nathan Drake has to play the first Crash Bandicoot game and beat Elena's high score, and only has three chances to do it. If Nathan fails three times, he will be mocked by Elena.
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Star Wars: Republic Commando
Boss' numerical designation is RC-01/138, or RC-1138. This is likely a reference to one of George Lucas' very first feature films, the critically acclaimed "THX 1138."
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The song "Icicle" features garbled vocal samples. These samples are actually audio from South Park, more specifically the episode "Mecha-Streisand".
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Mega Man 3
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The attack "Hard Knuckle" may possibly be a reference to the manga/anime "Mazinger Z (マジンガーZ)", in which the titular robot uses a very similar attack known as "Rocket Punch (ロケットパンチ)". The colors Mega Man also has while using this weapon bear a strong similarity to the colors of Mazinger Z's arms and fists.
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In the game there are multiple sci-fi references scattered around the areas, including HAL 9000 from the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, Voight-Kampff from the movie Blade Runner, Shodan from the video game System Shock, and Cyberdyne from Terminator series. These were most likely left as inside jokes from the developers, as the game's intended audience (ages 6-10 during its release in 2006) would have been oblivious to such references.
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Upon completing Goku's Mentor quests, he will say "You really are incredible! It was a raging blast fighting with you!".

This is a reference to the Raging Blast series of Dragon Ball games.
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Demon's Souls
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In the North American instruction manual for Demon's Souls, on page 5 under "Character creation," there are several references to the American television series "The Simpsons."

If one examines the picture in the lower right of the page carefully, they will see that the characters pictured are given names referencing several "Simpsons" characters. These include Bobo, the bear Mr. Burns owned as a child from episode "Rosebud;" Lisa Lionheart, a doll that Lisa attempted to market in the episode "Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy;" and Princess Kashmir, an exotic dancer first appearing in the episode "Homer's Night Out."

There is also a reference to popular American radio broadcaster Barret Hanson, otherwise known as "Dr. Demento."
Contributed by BlazinGaminTaz
Resident Evil 2
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In the police station on scenario 'A', the player meets character Marvin Branagh as he is resting on a locker. The name tag on that locker reads "JoJo". This is a reference to the anime "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure", or possibly a nod toward Capcom's JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (1998), which came out on the same year as Resident Evil 2 did.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
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