Without blowing one's trumpet, you're gonna absolutely love it.
|Chaos Control (PS1)|
|Aero Fighters 2 (Neo Geo)|
|Assassin's Creed Unity (PS4)|
|Shadow of the Ninja (NES)|
|Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (Arcade)|
Submerged moment occurs before gameplay begins, making this a very special spot.
|Cobra Command (Arcade)|
Before 1992 Mega-CD port, Data East thought it would be a laugh to bring a different scrolling shmup of same name in 1988, which was also ported to the NES.
|Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (PS3)|
Blink and you'll miss it moment can be seen in Hunter Killer.
|Cyber-Lip (Neo Geo)|
|Dark Edge (Arcade)|
|Die Hard Trilogy (PS1)|
|Final Fight (Arcade)|
|Last Ninja 2 (C64)|
|Punch-Out!! (1987) (NES)|
|Ninja Baseball Bat Man (Arcade)|
|Ring of Destruction: Slam Masters II (Arcade)|
|Street Fighter III: Third Strike (Arcade)|
|Shadow Warriors (Arcade)|
|Superman (1988) (Arcade)|
|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Arcade)|
|Twisted Metal 2 (PS2)|
|Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (PS3)|
|Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars (Arcade)|
|Deus Ex (DOS)|
There may be more, but I only know two.
|Zombie Nation (NES)|
|Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 (PS3)|
|X-Men: The Official Game (Gamecube)|
Despite title, this ties in with X-Men: The Last Stand.
|Judge Dredd (SNES)|
|Okay, shit looks pretty cool, but 'joypad' should be a NES Advantage joystick.|
|Why is Slimer goofing about in end screen?|
|Lady Liberty is a character from Blockbuster Video North American rental exclusive ClayFighter: Sculptor's Cut, an update of N64 game ClayFighter 63⅓.|
|She moonlights as the Statue of Happiness.|
|And it's her own beating heart, that makes me cry.|
|Mission in Lego Marvel Superheroes (PS3) takes Lady Liberties.|
|Superman (1987) (NES)|
Why in the Daily Planet is the Statue of Freedom giving advice to Supes?
The Japanese version features a synthesised rendition of John Williams' famous score, synonymous with Christopher Reeve taking to the skies.
|During battle with Crippletron in Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse (PS3), a wheelchair-bound spoof can be seen.|
|Best of Best (Arcade)|
Pièce de résistance
|Atomic Runner Chelnov (Arcade)|
|Unusually, Mega Drive was far more attractive than its coin-op parent.|
|Crysis 2 (PS3)|
|Crysis 3 (PS3)|
|Resistance 3 (PS3)|
Fans of Escape From New York will notice game over screen looks suspiciously like the meat of iconic poster.
|During a live transmission, Krang half inches the statue.|
Leonardo calls alien dude a 'bloated beanbag'.
Wow! Nice insult.
|Against Shredder, she's now blue.|
Did the Foot get bored and paint her?
|At least continuity is retained for ending.|
Blimp transporting 225 ton sculpture is amusingly preposterous.
Ninja Gaiden II (360)
For the benefit of those who don't know, she only a large-scale baddie in already mentioned update.
Duke Nukem: Zero Hour (N64)
|Stage 2 - Liberty or Death|
|Stage 3 - Nuclear Winter|
|Comix Zone (Mega Drive)|
|Crude Buster (Arcade)|
Considering there are 'two' busters, title has always confused me, particularly as Mega Drive port was released as Two Crude Dudes.
|After the War (Amiga)|
|Double Dragon II: The Revenge (PC-Engine)|
WHY is head is impaled on top of what could be the Empire State Building?
My friend fuck only knows.
I know what you're thinking.
Wonder Woman, right?
|Spider-Man 2 (2004) (PS2)|
|Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage (Mega Drive)|
|Freedom Fighters (Gamecube)|
|Guilty Gear (PS1)|
|Gunblade NY (Arcade)|
|Marvel Super Heroes (Arcade)|
|Having already consumed her sister Maya, Aya confronts Eve.|
|Splatterhouse (2010) (PS3)|
Door guardians pop up throughout the reimagining/reboot of Namco's arcade classic.
I personally hated it, but scene is impressively gross.
You can even see Rick about to enter the mouth of madness.