On one of the many bookshelves in the games a book titled "Fighting Street" can be found. The original Street Fighter game was released in the US on NECSoft's TurboGrafix 16 (known as the PC Engine in Europe and Japan) under the title of "Fighting Street" (likely due to mistranslation) making this a neat and likely over looked easter egg!
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Connection to Other Media
A newspaper article in the main hall of the mansion is written by Alyssa Ashcroft, a playable character from the Resident Evil Outbreak games.
There is a newspaper article that mentions the survivors of Raccoon City, sixteen years prior.
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The book 'The Unveiled Abyss' which the player can find in the main house is written by Clive R. O'Brian, a character from Resident Evil: Revelations.
There is a picture of the Arklay Mountains in the house, which is the same location where the events of the first Resident Evil game took place.
In the attic of Lucas's bedroom, there is a renovation contract which states that the construction was done by 'Trevor & Chamberlain Construction.' This is a reference to George Trevor, the architect who built the mansion in the first Resident Evil game.
There are several places in the game where the player can spot items with the title 'Fighting Street' on them, including a video game on a shelf and a book. This is a reference to Capcom's series Street Fighter, which was named Fighting Street when it was released on the PC-Engine/TurboGrafx-16.
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