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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.
The fight sequence between Brad and Eliot is a reference to the training scenes from the Jackie Chan film Fearless Hyena.
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.
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.
The character Vitaszeit is based on real-life actor, writer, producer and Did You Know Gaming? contributor Vitas Varnas. Vitas had wanted to voice the character but the game's creator Chris Niosi wouldn't allow him as he was instead voiced by Connor Colquhoun.
When the player uses the Holo Decoy gadget, holographic clones of Spider-Man will appear to distract enemies and say various phrases. In the Japanese version of the game, one phrase he will say is "The Emissary from Hell - Spider-Man". This is a reference to Spider-Man's catchphrase from the 1978 Spider-Man Japanese television series produced by Toei.
Near the end of the Chicken Island West stage, there is a hidden cave near an outhouse, specifically on a cliff wall just above the ocean, that can be most easily accessed by hovering down into it with the Chicken Suit. Inside the cave is a shrine with four torches, and in the center a portrait of an "Apedog" (a dog with a chimpanzee's head) with the caption "eatpoo" in lowercase lettering just below it. This is a tribute to a now-defunct online art forum called EATPOO, which one of Avalanche Studios' developers frequented at the time, and of which Apedog was the mascot.
Jann Lee's design, fighting style, and moves draw heavy influence from several Bruce Lee films including The Big Boss, Fists of Fury, Game of Death, Way of the Dragon, and Enter the Dragon.
Brad Wong's design, fighting style, and moves are heavily influenced by several martial arts films starring Jackie Chan, most prominently the 1994 film Drunken Master II.
Kasumi's 27th "Ragnarok Odyssey ACE" DLC costume, also named the "GungHo Booth Babe Costume", is based on the uniform worn by promotional models during Tokyo Game Show 2013 for Game Art's 2013 title Ragnarok Odyssey ACE.
The Desert stage was added as a fan requested stage with "uneven grounding, like the undulations of a desert". The stage itself is based on the Deserted City, Rub' al Khali level from Ninja Gaiden 3.
Bass and Tina's father-daughter relationship shares similarities to that of the one between former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan and his daughter Brooke Hogan. Hulk Hogan was known to be very protective of his daughter in spite of her efforts to be more independent, which is often portrayed in their stage personas and public appearances. Also like Tina, Brooke has pursued careers outside of pro-wrestling; including modeling, acting, and music.
Leifang's 14th costume from the Playstation version of the game is a reference to the Pixie from Monster Rancher.
Kasumi's 14th costume from the PlayStation version of the game is a reference to the Angel from Monster Rancher.
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