Game Trivia

  • Throughout the game, a large majority of the vehicles in the game have "D34D-I574ND" on the license plates. This is obviously a reference to the title of the game, Dead Island.

    Contributed By: Rogue_Agent.

    1     0


  • The challenge "YA RLY" for racking up certain amounts of kills for zombies with an image of an owl next to it is a reference to an internet meme with an owl and his signature catchphrase being "O RLY".

    Contributed By: Rogue_Agent.

    0     0


Famous Quote

  • Omar Torres: Rapido..!

    Contributed By: Rogue_Agent.

    0     0


Connection to Other Media

  • The challenge "It's WAY over 9000" for getting amounts of kills with fury is a reference to the wildly popular meme "It's over 9000!" from the anime Dragon Ball Z.

    Contributed By: Rogue_Agent.

    1     0


  • The trophy Karma-geddon is a play on words on another game title Carmageddon. Like the requirements used to obtain this trophy, the game Carmageddon is a racing game where players could also drive and ram into zombies using vehicles.

    Contributed By: 91210user.

    0     0


  • The trophy Can't Touch This, which requires the player to use hammers to obtain the trophy is a reference of the 1990 single U Can't Touch This by MC Hammer.

    Contributed By: 91210user.

    0     0


  • The trophy Right 4 Life is a play-on-words on the Valve game title Left 4 Dead. Like Dead Island, Left 4 Dead is also a game about a zombie outbreak where players could also take control of one of four characters.

    Contributed By: 91210user.

    0     0


  • The trophy "How many days exactly?" and how it is obtained is a reference to the 2002 British film 28 Days Later. Like the game Dead Island, the film is also about a zombie apocalypse on an island. The trophy icon also looks similar to the movie poster as it uses the bio-hazard symbol to represent the trophy.

    Contributed By: 91210user.

    0     0


Got Some Trivia?

You can submit your own trivia, quotes, or connections for this game to share them with our users.