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On the Trinity Church's clock, the hands are set at 1:21. This is a reference to 2014's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie, when the clock tower's hands stopped spinning rapidly and position on 1:21, after Gwen Stacey died from a fall. This is also a reference to the story "The Night Gwen Stacy Died" appearing in the comic The Amazing Spider-Man issue #121.
Additionally, the colored green and purple windows matches the Green Goblin's costume.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
A small inflatable dragon is hidden beneath the sand at Goo Lagoon.
Contributed by GamerBen144
Shining Force II
If a character has been inflicted with confusion, there is a chance that they will not attack either the select enemy nor themselves; the game will instead claim that they are playing their Game Gear, and that Shining Force Gaiden is a great game.
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The Japanese version of the game contains downloadable maps featuring Japanese swimsuit model Yukie Kawamara that was only accessible via codes that were in specially marked boxes. In these maps, Kawamara's breasts are small bumps in the platforms that the player can roll on. This may have been deemed inappropriate for a kid-friendly game, which is why it hasn't been available in other countries for download since its release.
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In the toy store called "Toy Uncle", the player will find various Mega Man merchandise such as action figures and helmets which are based on the infamous design for the North American box art for the original Mega Man.
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Wii Play
Pressing a and b during the countdown in Laser Hockey will cause both players paddle to change shape.
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Wii Sports Resort
Pressing a and 2 will instantly pop any balloon on screen in Frisbee Dog.
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Before Jill enters the bar with Brad, there's a stand sign of Morrigan Aensland from the Darkstalkers series. Underneath the title of 'Halloween Cocktails', the drinks' names (Darkness Illusion, Cryptic Needle, Shadow Blade and Astral Vision) are references to Morrigan's moves.
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Pokemon Sword & Shield
After setting their birthday with the NPC in Wedgehurst, if the player makes curry in the game on their birthday, a single candle and other party-themed things will be added to the Human curry.
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Although they remain uncredited, Bandai Namco Contributed to ARMS' Development.

"For Nintendo Switch game 'ARMS', released in July 16, 2017, we produced approximately half of visual assets for stages, fighters and arms."
-Products Page, Bandai Namco Website
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Sonic Adventure 2
During the cut-scene where Sonic, Tails, and Amy discuss Eggman blasting a hole in the moon, there is a sign in the background which references NiGHTS from another SEGA series, Nights into dreams.
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Mortal Kombat II
A secret Game Over screen exists that would rarely appear for a losing player. The screen features the "Goro's Lair" stage backdrop with a large red Roman numeral '3', seeming to foreshadow the then-in-production Mortal Kombat 3.
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Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
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In the game there's a temple that can only be found by using a Position Editor. The only texture of this temple is one of a nude woman.
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Kingdom Hearts III
On the game's box-art, the clock on the tower to the left of the characters actually has thirteen roman numerals instead of twelve, and they are out of order. In addition to that, the two hands on the clock are pointing to 13 and the 7, representing the 7 lights and 13 darknesses that play a major role in this game's story. The clock tower itself bears a striking resemblance to the NTT Docomo building in Shinjuku, Japan.
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Shovel Knight
While pausing the game during a meeting with the titular characters of Battletoads in the Xbox One version of the game, the pause menu theme from Battletoads will play.
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Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
If the player completes the whole trilogy in 100%, they'll be able to see "Fake Crash" in some of the levels. This includes:

"Crash Bandicoot"
N. Sanity Beach: At the left side of the stone stairs.
Heavy Machinery: In one of the pipes near a platform that takes Crash down to a different path.

"Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back"
The Pits: At the left side of the path, near the first big mushroom, right after the split path ends.
Crash Crush: On the left side of the path while Crash is getting chased by a boulder.
Hang Eight: At the end of the Blue Gem route, on an un-reachable platform with two Venus Fly Trap enemies.
Ruination: At the right side of the first platforms moving in circle.
Cold Hard Crash: In the first ice mirror in the death route.
Rock It: At the right side of space, in the first glass room.
Totally Fly: Between a tree and a tiki statue on the left.

"Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped"
Toad Village: On the lawn, enclosed in a fence, of the 3rd house on the right. There is a pond in front of the house where Crash can walk on.
Makin' Waves: On a small island with grass, and a palm tree, at the end of the level, on the right.
Hog Ride: Seen dancing on the left side of the road. He is in between the gas station and the Cortex sign, near the two ramps right next to each other.
Area 51?: Left side of the road near a tall cactus, on a left turn.
Future Tense: Near the end of the death route, on a building to the right.
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Pokemon Sword & Shield
In the Eastern side of the Hammerlock Pavilion there is a little girl who asks the player to deliver a message to her friend in Ballonlea. However, when the player delivers it to said friend, they find that he is actually a middle-aged man. Adding to the eeriness of the scene, the man claims that the girl who sent the letter was a friend of his who he hasn't seen since childhood. If the player returns to where the child was, she won't be there, and if the player searches the exact area she was on, they will instead find a hidden Reaper Cloth (An item important to Ghost-type Pokémon), implying she may have been a ghost. Furthermore, if the player goes back to the man's house, a child will be standing facing the wall and state that she is having a conversation with someone. This seem to be part of a string of similar "Ghost Girl" Easter eggs seen in recent main-line Pokemon games,
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The ROM for the game contains hidden credits. At the end of the credits is a very brief, but firm message about people who plan to pirate the game: Pirates leave no footprints.
Contributed by GamerBen144
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The game has a hard to find lewd Easter egg. At the title screen, holding A + C on Controller 1 and Left + B on Controller 2 will enable some debugging features. The player must then go to Pirate World Act 2 and hold C to move Woody around freely with the D-Pad. From here, the player has to grab the power-up in the upper left corner of the level at coordinates 004 by 005, then move to the far right edge of the stage and pick up a power-up buried in the rock to the right of the level exit at 446 by 054. The player must then pick up the health at 026 by 007, followed by the extra life at 433 by 014, then get the mermaid sketch near the level’s entrance at 033 by 005. If the player has done all this correctly, they can then press START to open the sketchbook, select the mermaid and press C to draw it. The busty mermaid will then pop out, showing her bare breasts to the player.
Contributed by GamerBen144
Super Metroid
According to a Game Shokunin Vol. 1 interview, with game's enemy programmer Yasuhiko Fujii, before the boss fight against Draygon, the player will encounter a group of Evir enemies that do a little “dance”. Their movements actually spell out the words “Keiko Love” in English. This idea came from a girlfriend he dated, name Keiko. Fuiji was busy with work, and couldn't make time for Keiko, so when everyone in the office was asleep at night, he snuck this Easter egg into the game. There were never little Evir dance written in the game's planning documents, so he remembered his heart racing fast as he coded it. However, the team's staff had no knowledge about it and never discovered Yasuhiko's code in the game.
Contributed by ProtoSnake
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