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Console: Dreamcast
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As part of their plan to launch the Dreamcast in Europe, SEGA created an official sponsorship with Arsenal FC (a British football/soccer club). However, the team was required to wear to Dreamcast shirts (rather than their regular SEGA shirts) while playing against Italian teams, as "SEGA" in Italian loosely translates to a slang term for "having a wank" and can also be used as an insult for "wanker".
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The game is a sequel to the stage play YoRHa that was written by the game's director, Yoko Taro. The play takes place a millennia after the events of NieR and features a cast of female androids called YoRHa.
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Titanfall
Players caught cheating are restricted from regular servers, only allowing them to play on a server with other cheaters.
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EverQuest II
Players caught cheating in the game are sent to a prison server, where they are still allowed to play, but only alongside other cheaters.
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Mega Man Battle Network 4
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In Japan, Capcom sold both Red Sun and Blue Moon copies together as a dual pack.
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Splatoon
Sunken Scroll #17 states that the Squid Sisters, Callie and Marie, are actually cousins, not sisters.
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Sonic Spinball
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Assets from the unfinished level, Genocide City (or Cyber City), from the game Sonic the Hedgehog 2, as well as some art supposedly from an unreleased game called "B-Bomb" are used in the stage "The machine".
Contributed by Mr Knowitall
Undertale
The song "Death By Glamour" is a remix of the songs "Core", "Metal Crusher", and "It's Showtime".
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
Sonic Colors
In any zone of Aquarium Park, if the player uses a boost to run on water and then activates a Laser Wisp mid-run, they can aim it into the water. If Sonic then hits a breakable block, the game still assumes Sonic is above the water, giving him normal physics while underwater and preventing him from drowning. However, this also prevents him from using any of the Drill Wisps or jumping towards the surface of the water.
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Sonic Colors
If the player attempts to use a Rocket Wisp powerup while touching the underside of a platform, the Wisp will leave Sonic and fly away, staying in-game for 12 seconds. By doing this multiple times and then activating the powerup normally, it's possible to grab the onscreen Wisps to restart the powerup's timer multiple times, allowing the player to move past the stage's boundaries.
Contributed by Kitsune Hawk
After 3 minutes and 35 seconds, the music on the title screen will change to "Ga Ra Ta Da", a Simlish version of "Let's Get It Started" by The Black Eyed Peas.

It's the same song that plays during the intro, but is extended to include the full song.
Contributed by SuperFlorian12
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
There is a glitch in Skyrim where the player can pass through walls using kettles. All that has to be done is to pick up a kettle, and then walk or run into a wall. This can be used to leave cities without NPC's or certain graphics loading, walking underneath the map, and more.

If used in the city of Whiterun, it is possible to find a chest underneath Skyforge. This chest contains armor, gold, ingots, and ore.
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Series: Mario
Before Super Mario World, Koopa Troopas walked on all four legs.
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Resident Evil Zero
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In addition to Rebecca's western costume originally available in the game, every new costume added in the game's HD port is a reference to one of Capcom's previous games.

• S.T.A.R.S. 1996 (Rebecca): Rebecca's costume from Resident Evil
• S.T.A.R.S. 1997 (Rebecca): Resident Evil Director's Cut's Arrange Mode
• S.T.A.R.S. Prototype (Rebecca): The unreleased Nintendo 64 version of RE0
• Sportswear (Rebecca): Resident Evil 2, easter egg
• Cheerleader (Rebecca): Deadly Silence, alternate outfit
• Western (Rebecca): Resident Evil Remake, alternate outfit
• Nurse (Rebecca): Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, alternate outfit
• Battlesuit (Rebecca): Version of Jill's outfit from Resident Evil 5
• Prisoner (Billy): Cody Travers from Final Fight
• Wolf Force (Billy): The Japanese cover art of Mercs

Additionally, three t-shirts are available for Rebecca. They are the winner designs by fans from Capcom's In-Game T-Shirt Contest. One of these was done by former SNK and Capcom's artist Shinkiro (real name Toshiaki Mori). Another one makes a reference to one of Barry's lines from the first Resident Evil.
Contributed by Mass Distraction
Paper Mario
It is possible to get your partner Kooper to give Mario a kiss with a glitch in the Ice Palace chapter. During a puzzle that requires the player to discover the real Bombette amidst several imposters, the player can leave the room and re-enter it by clipping through a wall. Upon re-entering, if you have changed your partner to Kooper, Kooper will kiss Mario upon solving the puzzle instead of Bombette as intended. Doing this with partners other than Kooper causes the game to crash.
Contributed by CosmykTheDolfyn
Within the Abandoned City is video game store named "MachoProse", an obvious parody of MicroProse. Additionally, across the street is a bike store named "Sid's Cycles", a nod to Sid Meier, one of MicroProse's founders.
Contributed by Kitsune Hawk
The songs "Saika", "Sacred", "Sanctity", "Holy Knight", "Colorful Skies", and "Bloody Purity" all appeared in the arcade game Mozarc: Fall in Melody.
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"Hot Air Balloon" is the main theme to another Rayark game, Mandora.
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
In Secunda's Kiss, Red Road Pass, Tumble Arch Pass, and Steamcrag camp, you can find a weapon called the giant's club. You can not pick it up, but you can use a glitch to have a companion use it. All you have to do is take all of the weapons from your companion, tell him/her to pick it up, and they will be carrying it. They can even use it and can do damage. However, it is impossible to take it from your companion.
Contributed by Arachnus
If the game detects that it's a pirated copy, a screen will appear saying "Winners don't make copy!!". The message is a reference to the phrase "Winners don't use drugs", which appeared in arcade cabinets in the 1990s.
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