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    1. You missed a couple, like the alternate Ice Hat that looks like Omanyte, or the outfit colors from Nyakuza with stuff like Fortress and Battlements being based on Team Fortress 2, or the death wish outfits that give her Banjo's outfit or the Metal Mario texture.

      But wow, I completely missed the Yakuza easter egg, gonna have to go find that myself! That one's awesome!

    2. This is one of my all-time favorite games, and the secrets and hidden lore only make me love it more. It gives me so much to wonder about, and not in the "I need ANSWERS NOW" kind of way that some games do (cough cough Close to the Sun), which is the sign of a good game.


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