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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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In the Head Mart terminal, the entry Gold Jerrygold is a reference to the character Kenny Bania from the American sitcom Seinfeld, and one of his well-known lines from the series "That's gold, Jerry! Gold!"
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The heads in the jars seen in the Head Mart are a reference to the heads in jars seen in the animated television show Futurama
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One of the cupcakes you can get from the cupcake salesperson in the Hallway is the Cthulhu flavored cupcake, a reference to Cthulhu, one of the great old ones from the Cthulhu Mythos created by early 20th century writer H. P. Lovecraft.
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In the Church, during the conversation close-up of the Glam Nun, on her can be seen tattoos of Manny Calavera from Grim Fandango, Max the Rabbit from the Sam & Max series, Klaymen from The Neverhood, and initials 'NSP', a reference to the comedy band Ninja Sex Party.
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When Paradigm suggests to John 3000 that he should sell his papier-mache online, John says "Yeahnahyeahnah". This is a reference to the Australian animated comedy series The Big Lez Show.
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Inside Paradigm's home, one of the records in the record box, Get Rich or Die of Natural Causes, is a reference to the studio album Get Rich or Die Tryin' by rapper 50 Cent.
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Inside Paradigm's home, a poster can be found for Steam Quest: Gabe's Revenge. This is a reference to the let's play web series Game Grumps and its spin-off show Steam Train hosted by Ross O'Donovan and Dan Avidan, and their let's play of the King's Quest series. Both Ross and Dan are depicted on the artwork wearing the clothes of the characters Prince Alexander and King Graham, respectively, from the King's Quest games. Gabe is a reference to Gabe Newell, the founder of developer Valve and the digital platform Steam.

Ross had also provided the voice over for the Bridge Troll character in the game.
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Minecraft
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The feature to feed parrots cookies to breed and tame was removed in a patch due to outcry from the Minecraft community. In real-life, chocolate cookies can kill birds if fed to them and people felt that children who played the game would try to copy this. The feature was changed prior to the release of patch 1.12.

Feeding cookies to parrots was also a subtle reference to the song "Polly" by the band Nirvana.
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Series: Kirby
The way Wheel Kirby uses his Rocket Start move in Kirby Triple Deluxe and Kirby: Planet Robobot bares a striking similarity to the Spin Dash move used by the titular character of the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise.
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Series: Kirby
After the anime series Kirby: Right Back at Ya! came to the West, the logos for almost every Kirby game since then have been stylized the same way, starting with Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.
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In the first intro mission, after Marcus gets through parts of CTOS that other hackers couldn't, Sitara claims that it's like he has reached "the secret cow level". This is a reference the infamous secret cow levels from the Diablo series.
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Phantasy Star IV: The End of the Millennium
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If you check the books in Saya's library, several of their titles are references to various other Sega games of the time, including 'Run, Hedgehog, Run' (Sonic the Hedgehog), 'The Golden Axe Volume 3' (Golden Axe), and 'A Day With Ecco' (Ecco the Dolphin).
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The Studiopolis zone shares it's name with the studio where the English voice overs for the Sonic games, as well as Sonic Boom, have been recorded since 2010.
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Yooka-Laylee
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The emblem on Captial B's staff is designed after the Empty Honeycomb collectable from Banjo-Kazooie.
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Yooka-Laylee
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At the end of the game's E3 2016 trailer, a Jiggy from Banjo-Kazooie can be seen in one of the character's drink glasses. This nod to some of the senior developers' previous series seems to be completely removed from the final game however, as Playtonic likely do not have the rights to use it.
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Epic Mickey
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The music that plays when Yen Sid is seen painting is the Sorcerer's Apprentice Theme from Fantasia, the 1940 Disney animated movie where he made his first appearance.
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In the system's Photo Album set-up page, one of the drawn characters closely resembles the character 'GO' from the Japanese gay pornographic movie A Midsummer Night’s Lewd Dream. The film's character had become part of a popular meme in Japan which had spawned as a result of the film's over-the-top acting.
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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
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Gentleman Jim Stacey, leader of the Thieves Guild in Morrowind, is likely a reference to the comic "Gentleman Jim" by children's author Raymond Briggs. In it, Jim becomes a highwayman to steal from the rich and give to the poor. In the game, Gentleman Jim Stacey attempts to create a new group of Bal Molagmer, who stole from the unjust and gave to those in need.
Hyrule Warriors
Impa's armor was stylized with a Japanese motif. Early concept art shows that Impa's was conceptualized as a samurai, having the Naginata as the main weapon, as well as design elements from her Skyward Sword incarnation.

Many of Impa's moves and combos are likely inspired by the bodyguard/protector characters from Dynasty Warriors, Samurai Warriors, and Warriors Orochi. Her victory sequence with the Blade may also have been inspired by a move done by a character in Dynasty Warriors 8.
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