DID YOU FIND THESE EASTER EGGS THAT DEVELOPERS TRIED TO HIDE FROM YOU? You were never meant to find these easter eggs and yet here we are. Thanks internet!
This is The Gamer’s list of TOP 10 Video Game Easter Eggs You Were Never Meant To Find. How many of these did you know about? Did you discover any others that should’ve stayed secret? Let us know in the comments below!
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Making videos games seems to be a challenge and, most of the time, we have no idea how the developers manage to make such marvelous experiences. In the long arduous process, many developers seem to sneak in little funny secrets, most of the time never expecting them to ever be discovered, but of course, gamers always find a way.
Bethesda has been known to create rooms in the Elder Scrolls and Fallout series where they have one of every type of item for testing, and, for whatever reason, they always leave them in the game. After the massive success of Batman Arkham Asylum, gamers were hungry for more. Luckily, Rocksteady has been already planning a sequel and teased it in a secret room that went undiscovered by most. Dragon Age Inquisition was the game fans had been waiting for after being disappointed with Dragon Age II. While it was rated highly by critics, it still had some glitches, but the clever artists at Bioware left something to be discovered. The father of multiplayer console shooters is Rare’s Goldeneye 007 which was released on the Nintendo 64, but some really interesting features were cut out of the game. One of the first game developers to add Easter eggs to their game was Howard Scott Warshaw who is best known for creating the worst game ever made: ET for the Atari 2600. Metal Gear Solid is well known for having a lot of secrets, but, during a fight in the game, you can actually have a boss die of old age. We all thought the Pokemon Missingno was actually a secret in the Red and Blue versions, but it turned out to just be a very complicated glitch. Imagine you get the chance to be added to a classic game like the Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, but your name was hidden where almost no one could find it. Some of the fights in the original Punch Out seem impossible, but a surprise Easter eggs makes one of the fights almost too easy. In Tiger Woods’ first golf game, you could access an episode of South Park, and, because of the mature themes, the game was pulled from store shelves.
Script by: Jacob Goldberg
Voice Over by: Justin Freitas
Edited by: Kyle Mirzaian
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