101 things you didn't know about games

82. John Romero put his Ferrari on eBay in 2002. It featured a modification that allowed its engine to be tuned with a laptop.

83. Tom Clancy initially rejected Sam Fisher’s triple-eyes goggles in Splinter Cell, due to the implausibility of goggles capable of both thermal and night vision.

84. Hectic PS2/Xbox/PC racer Flatout 2 features over 5,000 destructible objects on each of its race tracks.

85. Okami’s official soundtrack spans five audio CDs.

86. In Hitman 2: Silent Assassin, one of the levels contains pizza boxes sporting Danish text that translates to “Real pizza with shit on it.”