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So far i've found quite a lot of references in this game
Intro: During the party on the wall is a poster of Anamanaguchi's floating island =3
First level: Look at the house numbers you have A _ _ (Entering your name in an arcade) 25! (Note sure..mebbe scotts age?) 3.14159 (Pi) A crown(? looks familiar to something...) Triforce (in front of the 3 garbage cans of recycling the middle one is a tri force) Pac-Man Ghosts 1-Up mushroom Mechafetus store (Paul Robertson's blog/site)
Fifth Level: Pink Floyd Posters as well as Anamanaguchi's posters Dragon's Den is a complete homage to Double Dragon's final lair. Everything about it SCREAMS it
Last level: Robots Land walkers (look like Opa Opa from Fantasy Zone?) Little mouse biters (Mousers from TMNT) The entire level looks like the Technodrome
Post more if you can think of it.
Sono Mirai Wa Ima PSN/GamerTag: s0nlxaftrsh0ck Wii:5108 8919 6567 3341
Scott's room-clearing move is the Tatsumaki Senpukyaku, a move made popular by Ryu from Street Fighter.
The beginning "ad" where it says "Winners don't eat meat!" is a parody of the "Winners don't do drugs!" ads that were in the English versions of a lot of US versions of arcade games.
There's one boss who does this move where his arm gets all stretchy and grotesque; this one is a double reference: it references a scene from the movie Akira, and also references a move that a character named K9999 has in the King of Fighters games.
I haven't played the full game but these are the ones I know so far.
Here comes the bride, she's as big as a whale, and her dress was on sale! Got it at Goodwill, it cost about 20, it's easy to see she's got no money!