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A Ton of 80’s Easter Eggs in Crossing Souls

Eat your heart out, Stranger Things!

Crossing Souls is out now, and it’s one of the coolest games from 2018 so far. One of the most delightful things in this game is the sheer insane amount of pop culture references and easter eggs from pretty much everything released throughout the 80’s (as well as a few more modern but equally relevant pop culture easter eggs), be it cartoons, videogames, comic books, movies or musical references.

Before I continue, let me address two small things: first of all, this is not a complete list of easter eggs and references. There’s just too much for one poor soul to discover on his own.

Second of all: SPOILER ALERT!!!!

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Ok, are we good? Here we go!

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Remember, remember!
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A nod to Mr. Clapton
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Deep inside the sewer level, you can find the lair of the heroes in a hard shell…
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If only E.T. was here to help…
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…still waiting for him to show up…
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…anyday now!
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How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat yer meat?!
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Redrum and your favorite The Sims cheat code!
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I don’t wanna be buried… in a Pet Sematary!
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A few Devolver game shirts. Not 80’s, but equally awesome
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Miami has no hills!
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Great Scott!!!
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Great Scott yet again!!!
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I’ve seen this man. He’s usually the one who knocks
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Sadly, this Prince impersonator does not bleed purple
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Dragon Ball, Star Wars, Thundercats, D&D…
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Just ask Bryan Cranston
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That’s Naranjito, mascot of the 1982 FIFA World Cup
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I’m not even able to list all of the pop culture easter eggs in this picture
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Your main character’s bedroom is no different
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One of the guys is called Spielberg. REALLY subtle…
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Duck Hunt and Donald Trump had a baby

 

Of course, there are tons of other easter eggs scattered throughout the game. Which one was your favorite? Leave your comments below!

 

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About Leo Faria

Founder and mastermind behind Way Too Many Games, hailing from the southern swag that is São Paulo, a Sega widower who considers the Dreamcast to be the greatest console ever released, the greatest Guitar Hero and Tetris player you’ll ever meet. My favorite games include Perfect Dark, Banjo-Tooie, the Guitar Hero series, Bioshock Infinite and Star Wars Rogue Squadron II. I also own an Ouya. Never turned it on.

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