Above: G-Man is revealed to be Gideon, Ramona’s 7th Evil Ex, as well as a reference to the mysterious reoccurring character in the Half-Life series
Above: And if you look closely at Gideon’s shirt and lapel pin, you can see a flipped Triforce… which, if you think about it, is the unholy videogame equivalent of an upside-down cross!
Above: Continuing his role as reluctant announcer, Wallace calls for Scott to put a violent end to the fight
Above: Gideon’s Chaos Theatre is a reference to Earthbound’s Chaos Theater, home of Blues Brothers wannabes The Runaway Five!
Above: The throne Gideon holds Ramona atop is inspired by the alter from Zelda II: The Adventures of Link
Above: The way Gideon jumps with his cane struck many of us with memories of Scrooge McDuck’s pogo ability from Capcom’s DuckTales
Above: The stats on the left reference… well, damn near every game that’s ever had stats
Above: When Scott’s health is low, he blinks a la every Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle sidescoller
Above: Scott’s climactic clash with Gideon is an almost a shot-for-shot recreation of the Ninja Gaiden intro
Above: Gideon’s death stance, as well as the overall composition of the shot, is remarkably similar to Aeirith’s death in Final Fantasy VII
Above: Nega Scott references Dark Link from the Zelda series
There’s another double reference following the credits, but we’ll leave that for you to find…
Nov 9, 2010
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