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Crusader: No Regret
Entering "Jassica16" and then pressing F10, the command used to enable cheat codes in Crusader: No Remorse, will initially display a message indicating that cheats have been enabled, until a few seconds later when another message appears stating "Of course we changed the cheats... duh." and a voice clip of the game's antagonist Chairman Draygan plays. The Silencer is then transported to a hidden room where he is surrounded by a wave of powerful mechs while the game's Christmas medley, which normally plays when the system's clock is set to December 25th, plays in the background. Defeating all of the enemies in the room will cause the player to lose control of the Silencer as he quickly turns towards the camera while the last enemy dies, before exploding himself and shutting down the game.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
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During the Assault on the castle in the game's Prologue, a dead body can be found near the large iron gates to the castle. The body is wearing a white, hooded cloak tied with red and brown garments and it appears that the cause of death was falling from a great height into a cart of hay. Geralt comments upon finding the corpse: "Hmm... Guess they'll never learn.", and then receives one point in the Assassination Attribute. This is a reference to the first Assassin's Creed game and its protagonist, Altaïr.
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The scene that comes after Spoiler:the Destroyman fight is a parody of the training scene from the film "Rocky III".
Contributed by SOGESNAKE
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In the Rank 3 fight with Sonic Juice, the RPG Travis talks about hating is most likely Final Fantasy VII.

•The song before the fight is very similar Final Fantasy's "Prologue" theme, while the battle music seems to be a parody of Final Fantasy's battle music.
•The game is mentioned as being beloved by "everyone and their mom."
•Travis mentions he wouldn't play it even if they remade it.
•The style and layouts the menus match Final Fantasy.
•Ifrit, Bahamut, and Knights of the Round are all referenced in the Summons.
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The final battle between Travis Touchdown and Spoiler:Damon Riccitiello is a parody of the Super Smash Bros. series.

Director Goichi Suda stated in an interview that the idea for the fight being a "total rip-off" of Super Smash Bros. was originally a joke. However once they actually developing it, he felt this may end up becoming a problem because it felt "really, really close to the actual game" and had decided to change the idea. However, representatives from Nintendo and even Masahiro Sakurai himself liked the idea and told him to keep it in the game.
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Bubsy 3D
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In the opening title card to the game's penultimate level "Escape from WooL.A.", Bubsy appears dressed as Snake Plissken, the protagonist of the 1980's American action movies "Escape from New York" and "Escape from L.A.", the latter film of which the level is named after. Beyond that, inputting the password "XURASNAKER" on the Load/Save menu will allow you to play as Bubsy while wearing the costume in any level.
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Jacky's win quote "I done handcuffed lighting!" is a reference to a quote commonly made by real-life American boxer, Muhammad Ali.

In Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution, his win quote "Don't think! Feel!" is a reference to a quote from the Bruce Lee film Enter the Dragon.
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Dead or Alive 5
After Kokoro's fight with Akira, Zack comments: "10 years huh? Time sure does fly.". This is a reference to Akira's iconic win quote "Juunen hayaindayo!" ("You're 10 years too early!") from Virtua Fighter.
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
Dying Light
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Certain female zombies with skirts in the game have modeled vulvas.
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Dead or Alive 5
The fight sequence between Brad and Eliot is a reference to the training scenes from the Jackie Chan film Fearless Hyena.
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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
There is a lavafall in Dodongo's Cavern that can be jumped through to find a secret room that contains one recovery heart. This room is unique in that the Lens of Truth does not reveal its location, suggesting that there is no known official way in-game to learn that the room exists.
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World of Warcraft
In the Shadowlands expansion, the guards in Oribos use giant, mustached human models underneath their armor.
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During the first fight with Leon, it is possible to defeat him either through cheating or by grinding to at least level 12 beforehand. Beating him will trigger a short cutscene showing a secret ending to the game where Spoiler:Rutee briefly lambasts Leon and then forcibly enlists an upset Stahn to join her and Mary in becoming an infamous trio of globe-trotting Lens hunters, before the game abruptly returns to the title screen. This ending is not featured in the game's PlayStation 2 remake, as Leon's fight is redesigned to be impossible to defeat.
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During the game's end credits, an infinite lives cheat code involving pressing several impossible button combinations at once can instead be activated by wetting your finger and rubbing against the empty Control Port One on a Commodore 64 keyboard, tricking the game into thinking these combinations are being performed. A large sprite of Maximus Mouse (from the games Summer Camp and Winter Camp) will appear, waving his arms as you rub your finger across the port until he turns grey and the Fuzzy Fountain in the background begins to flash, both indicating the cheat has been activated.
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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
In the Shivering Isles expansion, Sheograth is the only character in the game to have a grown-out beard, and the player cannot grow one of their own. If you attack Sheograth, he will teleport you far above an unmarked location on the map called "Punishment Point", where you will fall to your death among other corpses. If you make it to Punishment Point on your own, a corpse named "Sheograth's Punished" can be found with the following Death Decree attached to him explaining the "heinous crime" that sealed his fate there:

"Sheogorath, Prince of Madness, Lord of the Never-There, Sovereign of the Shivering Isles, does, on this day, hence-forth make this decree:

Robert Wisnewski

Citizen of the Shivering Isles, Resident of Bliss, and Honored Madman
has broken the laws and covenants of the Shivering Isles and offended the austere personage of Our Lord, through the following actions:
Attempting the Growth of a Beard, an Action Deemed Unseemly in the Eyes of Our Lord
It is further decreed that the actions of this citizen merit the strictest of punishments to be meted out at the earliest possible hour, in a manner to be chosen according to the Whims and Fancies of Our Lord Sheogorath"


Robert Wisnewski is the name of a member of Bethesda's art team that worked on the Shivering Isles expansion, presumably suggesting this easter egg was a light jab at him for trying to grow a beard during development.
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The DS Start menu icons for the first four games in the series feature Layton gradually smiling more with each game before ending by pointing at something.
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SimCity 2000
The "zzt" sound effect that plays when you plant a new power line was recorded by series creator Will Wright with his voice initially as a placeholder, but was left in the final game as the developers liked it more than other sound effects they tried.
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Street Fighter IV
According to Capcom's art director Toshiyuki Kamei, Hakan's turquoise, stone-like hair is a kind of pun. In Japanese, Turquoise is "toruko ishi". While "Ishi" can mean "rock" or "stone", "toruko" can also mean Turkey. This is a nod to the fact that Hakan is Turkish.
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The King of Fighters '94
Many of the statues in Rugal's collection heavily resemble Ryu, Zangief, Guile, Akuma, Vega, and Fei-Long from the Street Fighter series, as well as Reiji from the Power Instinct series.
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
Sonic Adventure
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In the 2021 Batman comic Legends of the Dark Knight #4, the front of the abandoned casino which Batman arrives to is based on the level Casinopolis from Sonic Adventure.
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