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Songs that has had a reference in Video Games

Created by Jethro Paris on 09 فبراير 2019 | تم تعديله آخر مرة بواسطة Jethro Paris في 14 أبريل 2019
Songs that has had a reference in Video Games

Songs that has had any reference in a video-games.

Now it's Istanbul is a level in Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced and is a reference to this song. The song's intro features the lyrics also "Now it's Istanbul, not Constantinople".

Mister Lava Lava is a level in Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced and is a reference to this song. The song's intro features the lyrics, "Mr. Lover Lover".

The trophy/achievement name for Dark Hollow from Spyro The Dragon is a reference to The Doors' 1967 song of the same name.

The achievement/trophy name for Wild Flight from Spyro the Dragon may be a reference to the lyrics of REO Speedwagon's 1978 song, Time for Me to Fly.

The level Shoutin' Lava Lava Lava from Croc: Legend of the Gobbos is a spoof of this song.

The level I Snow Him so Well from Croc: Legend of the Gobbos is a spoof of the title of the popular song "I Know Him So Well" from the musical Chess version.

Croc: Legend of the Gobbos on Game Boy Color, an ennemy is called Jonney Bee Goode. This is a spoof of this popular 1958 rock n' roll song.

You Take The High Road is a mission set in Scotland from TimeSplitters and take its name from this song.

On a Pale Horse is the final mission featured in the Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare DLC and might be a reference to this song. 
"On a stale horse"

In Red Dead Rdemption, you can read "He will never dance with another" on Peter Turner's gravestone.

Some lines of this song appear in the Select Screen from Halo: Combat Evolved's multiplayer.

An achievement named "Twisted Firestarter" is in Halo Wars 2.

In Destroy All Humans, If Crypto has insufficient D.N.A to purchase an upgrade, Pox may remark "If you don't eat your meat, you can't have any pudding." This is a reference to the lyrics.

In Destroy All Humans, If Crypto has insufficient D.N.A to purchase an upgrade, Pox may quip “We are living in a material world, Crypto, and I am a material… eh, Furon.” This is a reference to the lyrics.

In Destroy All Humans, If lifted by psychokinesis, a mutant and a Santa Modesta citizen may say "Up, up and away!" This is a reference to the lyrics.

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.

الترجمات:  الاسبانية

In Destroy All Humans, if scanned, a West Yakuza gangster may think "Rising up, back on the street. Did my time, took my chances." 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.

الترجمات:  الألمانية

In Destroy All Humans, if lifted by psychokinesis, a Takoshimese urban male and Bay City hippie may say “Excuse me while I kiss the sky!” This is a reference to the lyrics.

In Destroy All Humans, if scanned, a West Yakuza gangster may think “Mama say! Mama san! Ma Yakuza!” 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 Destroy All Humans, there is a mission named "Take Me Home, Country Roads".

In Destroy All Humans, there is a mission named "Burn, Baby, Burn!"

In Destroy All Humans, on the Fourth ring of Furon, an Arkvoodle idol will sing "Don't you wish your clonefriend was hot like me?" This is a reference to the lyrics.

In Destroy All Humans, there is a mission named "Where Have All The Flower Children Gone?".

In Destroy All Humans, there is a mission named "Back In The U.S.S.R".

In Destroy All Humans, when alerted to Crypto’s presence, a Takoshimese urban male may say “Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto… for nothing!” This is a reference to this song.

In Destroy All Humans, if scanned, a cosmonaut may think “I am being scientist and I’m okay. I’m working all night and sleeping all day.” This is a reference to this song.

الترجمات:  الفرنسية

In Destroy All Humans, during the mission 'Dark Side Of The Moon', upon meeting with Natalya, Crypto can choose to hit on her. If he does, he will say “Hey, Nat, if I said you had a great body, would you hold it against me?” This is a reference to this song.

الترجمات:  الألمانية الصربية

In Destroy All Humans, if lifted by psychokinesis, an Albion hippie may ask "How'd you know my name was Lucy?" This is a reference to this song.

In Destroy All Humans, there is a mission named "I Left My Parts In San Fran... Err, Bay City".

In Destroy All Humans, if Crypto kills a soldier, he may say "Another one bites the dust!" This is a reference to this song.

In Destroy All Humans, there is a mission named "Walk This Way".

In Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Upon acquiring the Killstar, Rex says "I got the touch! I got the power! Yeah!" These are lyrics taken from this song.

Some PNJ sings this song in Assassin's Creed: Unity.

الترجمات:  الروسية

In Doom, on linedef 140, there is a texture on the wall with a message violently scribbled on it that reads, "Kill The Shepherd, Save the Sheep." This is a lyrical reference to this song.

الترجمات:  الفرنسية

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.

الترجمات:  الفرنسية

"Collaborate and listen!" is a splash in Minecraft.

In Injustice, if Deadshot is in battle against himself, they'll quote lyrics from this song.

In The Last Of Us, next to the bike store, before entering the toy store, there is a poster on the wall that shows a bicycle and says "I WANT TO RIDE MY BICYCLE". This is a 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.

الترجمات:  الصربية

Got a reference in F.E.A.R. 2: Reborn.

A character named Jeremiah appear in Animal Crossing.

الترجمات:  الألمانية
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