Songs that has had a reference in Video Games
In Destroy All Humans, during the mission 'Where Have All The Flower Children Gone?', when Coyote Bongwater is meditating in his apartment with other hippies, he tells them he'll always be there, "the shine in your Japan, the sparkle in your China." One of the hippies then says "Bodhisattva, Bodhisattva." This is a reference to the lyrics.
In Destroy All Humans, during the mission ‘Kojira Kaiju Battle’, when Crypto is battling Godzilla, he says “Old Kojira was hoppin’ around Takoshima City like a big playground… gets stuck in my head every time.” This is a reference to the lyrics.
In Destroy All Humans, during the mission ‘Space: 1969’, when Crypto is insulting Premier Milenkov, he yells “I’m the king of the world! The master of disaster! The baddest dude in the whole damn town! King Kong ain’t got nothin’ on me!” The ‘king of the world’ line references the film Titanic, the ‘master of disaster’ line references the film Rocky, and the ‘baddest dude in the whole damn town’ line references the lyrics of this song.
In Doom, On Linedef 712, the computer monitor has red text that is difficult to read, but in its original font size it reads "take control-- the only control-- you'll ever have--" before it resized to fit in the computer's screen. This is a lyrical reference to this song.
In Dreamfall Chapters, Zoë finds some unexpected evidence of the ducky in Europolis when she encounters a notice posted on a wall that the ducky has been found. The title of the notice: "Hello! Is it me you're looking for?" is a reference to the lyrics of this song.
In Deus Ex: Human Revolution, throughout the back alleys of Detroit, graffiti can be found that reads "Panic in Detroit!" While this is clearly referencing the fractured and tenuous state of the city of Detroit in the world of Human Revolution, the specific phrasing may also be a reference to this song.