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The last of the game's security switches, which is present in offset 0x8FB54 of a decompressed FIREBEAT.EXE, when read backwards, reveals a colorful message from a programmer.

"!uoykcuf"
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Located at offset 01F961 in the ROM is this cheery text:

"FUCK YOU"

This is copied into save RAM to mark the presence of saved game data.
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The main theme for the game is a cover version of "Rydeen", a 1979 song by Japanese synth-pop supergroup Yellow Magic Orchestra.
Contributed by game4brains
Saturday Night Slam Masters
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Street Fighter character E. Honda makes a cameo appareance in the background of the stage. He appears in the crowd in middle of the arena.
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MultiVersus
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In the game's Beta, Tier 15 of the battle pass features the rewards of Pajama Finn and the feline character Cake, both from the animated series Adventure Time. This is a possible euphemistic reference to the "Tier 15 of Dating" joke from the series episode "Burning Low" implying in-game that Tier 15 is bestiality, although it's never actually stated what Tier 15 is in the episode.
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MultiVersus
When facing off against Batman, Shaggy will say lines implying he and Batman have worked together before and are friends. This is a reference to the Scooby-Doo and Batman series having numerous crossovers that span all the way back to the 1970's.
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Just Cause 3
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On the roof of a settlement in Regno, Citate Di Ravello, a pair of women can be found wearing two differently colored dresses. This was first discovered and posted in the game's Steam community, where users were initially confused over whether or not the dresses had the same color, or were different, until another user uploaded a photo proving they were different colors in-game.

This is a reference to a 2015 meme where a washed-out picture of a blue and black dress posted on Facebook sparked widespread debate as to whether it was colored blue and black, or white and gold, highlighting differences in human color perception.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
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The Poison Forest appears to lift its visuals directly from the Toxic Jungle from the 1984 Japanese animated film "Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind", with the area's boss, the Giant Insect, bearing extreme similarities to the Ohmu from that film.
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Halo: Combat Evolved
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In 2022, an Easter egg was discovered on the title screen of the Beta 1749 build of the game dating back to August 15, 2001. A hidden legible message can appear among the 8-bit text reading:

"this is whack
if you can
read

this you are to damn close"

This presumably refers to staring directly in front of the screen to read the tiny message.
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Pandaman from the One Piece series makes a cameo appearance as a hidden playable character in the game. According to One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda, Pandaman was originally created as an entry for a character-design contest for the Kinnikuman series, who later used him as a gag character within the One Piece anime and mangas.
Contributed by Tuli0hWut
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Although Banjo and Kazooie from Banjo-Kazooie would not appear in the series until Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, their names appear as two of the random default names selected in the Name Entry in the Japanese version of Super Smash Bros. Melee. The same is true for Conker from Conker's Bad Fur Day, another Rare character.
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In The Promised Lands expansion pack for the PC Engine CD, it's possible to encounter randomly-generated levels themed after the Bomberman series. One such level can be accessed with the code "LOWUSDON", and features several White and Red Bombermen inhabiting fortresses in their likeness and setting bombs across the world map.
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Fable
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The Demon Door located in Witchwood Cavern will only open to those that know his name, by striking the four Witchwood Stones labeled with a letter nearby to spell it out with a voice saying each letter. The door's name is "HITS", but if you spell "SHIT", the voice will say "Shit" and cause two Balverines to appear and attack you, although these enemies will only spawn the first time you do this.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
EarthBound
The music that plays in Onett's Arcade contains brief snippets of the main theme of Xevious, and of the bonus theme from Nintendo's 1979 arcade game Sheriff.
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Secret of Evermore
It's possible to acquire the dog's collars for free if you perform certain tasks or talk to certain NPCs while controlling the dog.

Leather Collar - Talk to Braveheart after defeating Thraax.
Spiky Collar - Talk to the Sting Alchemist in the desert after defeating Vigor.
Defender Collar - After being jailed for ruining the queen's banquet, defeat all the enemies as the dog before letting the boy out.
Spot's Collar - Talk to Braveheart after obtaining the Wind Walker.
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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
There's a small chance that the Guile assist trophy will jump and perform a flying kick attack, as opposed to doing a Flash Kick. This is a reference to a common human error where if Guile players failed to charge the attack long enough, they'll jump and do a flying kick instead.
Contributed by ZpaceJ0ck0
The Sims 4
In the Country Life expansion, there is a decoration called "Jerry's Reeds" with the following item description:

"This particular strain of reeds was originally grafted by scientists and doctor's [sic] at St. Mary's Hospital as part of their research into experimental vaccines intended to counter parasitic fungal infections. It never amounted for much, other than it's [sic] ability to attract fireflies."

This item is referencing The Last of Us Part II, specifically the character of Jerry Anderson, the leader of the group of doctors called the Fireflies who were attempting to create a cure for the Cordyceps brain infection at St. Mary's Hospital.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
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Exclusive to the Japanese console version of the game are four multiplayer skins based off Yakuza characters Kazuma Kiryu, Shun Akiyama, Ryuji Goda, and Goro Majima.
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Inside the Software Excess store in the Galaxy Galleria mall, if you click the Taste icon and then click a small dark rectangle in the top-right corner of the screen, a shopper will come running out from the right, being chased and shot at by a floating Sequel Policeman. This Easter egg went overlooked and undiscovered until 2021.

On the opposite side of the screen however, if you click the Smell icon and click the rectangle on that side of the screen, the narrator would say "Ah! Yeaaa!". Afterwards, if you turn your back on the clerk in the store, he will eventually give you the middle finger and laugh. This secret had been known before.

These Easter eggs were removed from the CD-ROM version of the game, even having gone so far as to remove the pixels of the middle finger from the clerk's sprite. However, they are still present in the EGA 16 and Amiga versions of the game that are based on the original disk version.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
Pilotwings 64
On Little States, in "California", you can find a building with a small tunnel at its base that can most easily be accessed using the Rocket Belt. Going through the tunnel, you can find a Nintendo 64 logo on one wall, and coming out the other side will reveal that you have been warped to "New York" on the map.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
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