Rob presents our list of 7 movie references you never saw hidden in your favourite games. Any others you can think of? Let us know in the comments!
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Marvel’s Spider-Man... when fighting Mr. Negative on the subway. At one point he is trying to stop it the way he did in the Dr. Octopus fight in Spider-Man 2, the webs snap, and he says “it worked last time”
Mass Effect Andromed has a SW reference as well, during Liam's loyalty mission (which is, basically, the only good thing about Liam, maybe next to the fact that it's kind of a bonding ritual for the rest of the team to slander him during drives in the Nomad). It's basically a quote on quote recreation of the scene in Star Wars where Han tries to talk himself out of the Prison Block situation via the intercom of the Death Star. Actually, Mass Effect has quite a few of them.
The Witcher 3 refrenced Kill Bill in the quest ‘Of Swords and Dumplings’ as the main quest giver is called Hatori and is a master swordsmith, and the Kill Bill character was Hatori Hanzo and was also a master sword smith. Also, 2 of the barons men talk about a gimp and that they should wake him up, a reference to another Tarintino film ‘Pulp Fiction’
Fallout 2 had plenty that were awesome. I remember you had to answer 3 questions to be able to cross the bridge of death (Monty Python and the Holy Grail) and if you got him to get the answer wrong you got some cool armor, random encounter with a dead sperm whale and a potted plant right next to it (from the Hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxay) or the Rodents of unusual size (The Princess Bride) near the beginning of the game.
Unfortunately, the reference at the beginning of red dead redemption is no more than a reference to the old b&w videos of people making flying machines as the entirety of the back to the future franchise takes place in or around Hill Valley California.
Actually in Witcher 3 (at least in pl) there is in the Blood and Wine expansion another movie reference... an entire documentry genre movie reference... same woman who dubb most of domuentaries about wildlife was hired to speak about that scolopendromorphs's paintings.
You can find a Twilight book in the Witcher 3, also Iorveth saing "Piece of Lembas" in the Witcher 2. Borderlands 2 is full of references: there's the "What's in the box" from Se7en, also the Lighting Bolt grenade with "What's a jiggawatt?" :D
Have you done television references in games b'cuz i know witcher 3 has a call out to Dr Who.
Or you could do a literarture easter egg video because I found a reference to the camelotian legends in the pond west of whiterun in Skyrim.
There's a skeletal hand holding a sword up in the air that references the part in every version of the story where the lady in the lake holds Excalibur up for the once and future king. Although it seems Bethesda really like to go cynical and say "No, you dead" when making their easter eggs. Now if I can just find Caliburn I'll be fine...
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