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(Topless Robot)   Sixteen ridiculously inappropriate "Easter eggs" hidden in video games (Some images may not be be safe for work)   (toplessrobot.com) divider line 43
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2013-04-19 10:04:44 AM
There are pixellated video game breasts, so it's likely not safe for work.
 
2013-04-19 10:14:26 AM
fark! now you tell me.
 
2013-04-19 10:17:28 AM
The Ben Franklin one is not really an Easter egg... Just a known fact that Franklin was a very popular man among the ladies.
 
2013-04-19 10:18:23 AM
As the guy who put easter eggs in MoH:AA; getting a kick
 
2013-04-19 10:22:29 AM

Mjeck: As the guy who put easter eggs in MoH:AA; getting a kick


May I ask which ones? Been so long since I played MoH Allied Assault.
 
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2013-04-19 10:25:45 AM
What, no smurfette?

And as yves0010 said, the ACIII one is just ACIII being accurate with history. TTBOMK, they've been fairly accurate for the non-supernatural stuff an all of their games.
 
2013-04-19 10:34:43 AM
Odd. I've played through Beyond Oasis about 5 times over the years and I've never heard that moan. It must be pretty damn rare.
 
2013-04-19 10:36:46 AM
In Wizardry VI, you could see pixelated boobies without needed an easter egg, both the Amazons and the female vampire were topless.
 
2013-04-19 10:37:43 AM

yves0010: The Ben Franklin one is not really an Easter egg... Just a known fact that Franklin was a very popular man among the ladies.


This. That's not an Easter egg; that's just Franklin being Franklin.
 
2013-04-19 10:40:55 AM
Easter eggs from Phillips CD and Sega CD?  No one owned these systems.  Angry Video Game Nerd did a great review on Sega CD, it cost like $600 in 1990.
 
2013-04-19 10:44:14 AM

stuhayes2010: Easter eggs from Phillips CD and Sega CD?  No one owned these systems.  Angry Video Game Nerd did a great review on Sega CD, it cost like $600 in 1990.


I felt bad for him when he tried to review the Atari Jaguar. He spent about $500+ and all the ones he got did not work at all. Heck, his friend who made him the Nintenster or Nintoaster (I forget what he calls it) could not make it work.

Quick thread jack, James is making a movie and a game is being made about him. Looks awesome! The game is a throw back 8 bit game.
 
2013-04-19 11:04:10 AM

yves0010: The Ben Franklin one is not really an Easter egg... Just a known fact that Franklin was a very popular man among the ladies.


Glad to see this got covered.  Franklin left loads of writing about how much he preferred older women.  Seriously, the voice actor in that game could have been reading from Franklin's actual diaries for those scenes.
 
2013-04-19 11:08:35 AM

yves0010: Mjeck: As the guy who put easter eggs in MoH:AA; getting a kick

May I ask which ones? Been so long since I played MoH Allied Assault.


Break dancing nazi
 
2013-04-19 11:14:55 AM

stuhayes2010: Easter eggs from Phillips CD and Sega CD?  No one owned these systems.  Angry Video Game Nerd did a great review on Sega CD, it cost like $600 in 1990.


The Philips CD I'd agree on.  The MegaCD actually sold pretty well, not as well as the Megadrive itself I agree but it sold far more than the 32X ever did and that was without a lot of the games making it out of Japan to other territories (here in the EU for example we didn't have Snatcher).

The CD-i was just a complete dog, interesting first attempt at making gaming accessible to all which the Wii pulled off much later but the CD-i was a total dog.
 
2013-04-19 11:15:51 AM
I'm trying to remember one from an 80s arcade game.  It was a side-scrolling game (like final fight) and when you shot a rocket launcher by a woman hanging out an apartment window, her top would fall off.

But for the life of me, I can't remember the name of the game...
 
2013-04-19 11:30:35 AM
And yet Leather Goddess of Phobos had no nudity.

/felt cheated by that
 
2013-04-19 12:02:20 PM

Kryllith: yves0010: The Ben Franklin one is not really an Easter egg... Just a known fact that Franklin was a very popular man among the ladies.

This. That's not an Easter egg; that's just Franklin being Franklin.


Just one of the many reasons for his awesomeness.
 
2013-04-19 01:00:38 PM
Didn't the arcade version of Rampage have some toplessness?
 
2013-04-19 01:02:10 PM
Ive heard of beyond oasis :( I used to stare longinly at screenshots of it in gaming magazines because my parents wouldnt get me a genesis.
 
2013-04-19 01:09:14 PM

stuhayes2010: Easter eggs from Phillips CD and Sega CD?  No one owned these systems.  Angry Video Game Nerd did a great review on Sega CD, it cost like $600 in 1990.


I guess I'm no one :(
 
2013-04-19 01:10:50 PM

bhcompy: stuhayes2010: Easter eggs from Phillips CD and Sega CD?  No one owned these systems.  Angry Video Game Nerd did a great review on Sega CD, it cost like $600 in 1990.

I guess I'm no one :(


You mean living in your mom's basement didn't give it away?
 
2013-04-19 01:24:34 PM
"Until very, very recently, adult themes like nudity and alcohol abuse were a huge no-no in most video games..."

How do you figure?  ESRB ratings have been around for two decades -- half the entire history of consumer video gaming -- and it wasn't long before M and AO titles appeared.

Even before then, there was Leisure Suit Larry, Custer's Revenge, Tapper...
 
2013-04-19 01:27:47 PM

poot_rootbeer: "Until very, very recently, adult themes like nudity and alcohol abuse were a huge no-no in most video games..."

How do you figure?  ESRB ratings have been around for two decades -- half the entire history of consumer video gaming -- and it wasn't long before M and AO titles appeared.

Even before then, there was Leisure Suit Larry, Custer's Revenge, Tapper...


...chiller...
 
2013-04-19 01:34:43 PM

stuhayes2010: Easter eggs from Phillips CD and Sega CD?  No one owned these systems.  Angry Video Game Nerd did a great review on Sega CD, it cost like $600 in 1990.


My brother bought a Sega CD at a pawn shop.  Thing actually had some awesome games to it.  Too bad it wasn't a stand-alone system, it might have done really well.
 
2013-04-19 02:12:08 PM
Missed this one:

www.shikadi.net

Not really as raunchy as the others, but it's still a kids game.
 
2013-04-19 02:14:48 PM

RedPhoenix122: stuhayes2010: Easter eggs from Phillips CD and Sega CD?  No one owned these systems.  Angry Video Game Nerd did a great review on Sega CD, it cost like $600 in 1990.

My brother bought a Sega CD at a pawn shop.  Thing actually had some awesome games to it.  Too bad it wasn't a stand-alone system, it might have done really well.


the made a stand-alone version.  no one bought it, either.

/still have my sega cd.  love it.  you know, you can just get the game ISOs, burn the games and play them on an unmodified sega cd.  no copy protection whatsoever.
 
2013-04-19 02:20:11 PM
I just encountered one the other night on battlefield 3. Pancake badge
 
2013-04-19 02:56:28 PM

frepnog: the made a stand-alone version. no one bought it, either.


That's because it was expensive as hell and when it was released, everyone was waiting for the next generation to be released.
 
2013-04-19 02:59:47 PM
For the original Mac there was a paper airplane glider game that had a bewbage Easter egg.
 
2013-04-19 03:00:45 PM

stuhayes2010: Easter eggs from Phillips CD and Sega CD?  No one owned these systems.  Angry Video Game Nerd did a great review on Sega CD, it cost like $600 in 1990.


When the Sega CD came out I was working for a game company.  What a steaming pile of shiat.  Here's an example (from memory so the exact details may be slightly off).

Two banks of memory.  There was a mechanism to transfer data from one bank to the other.  Except the process disrupted the memory refresh so if you tried to copy too large of a chunk it would crash the system.

More patch wires than a heathkit project.

Not long after the original playstation was released.  I opened up our developer kit out of curiosity.  The quality of the construction impressed me.
 
2013-04-19 03:18:05 PM

HMS_Blinkin: yves0010: The Ben Franklin one is not really an Easter egg... Just a known fact that Franklin was a very popular man among the ladies.

Glad to see this got covered.  Franklin left loads of writing about how much he preferred older women.  Seriously, the voice actor in that game could have been reading from Franklin's actual diaries for those scenes.


Yup, turns out it was adapted from a letter Franklin wrote.
 
2013-04-19 04:09:38 PM

tagkc: And yet Leather Goddess of Phobos had no nudity.

/felt cheated by that


That game was pure porn when it came out. I was youngish at the time.

/good memories
 
2013-04-19 04:50:35 PM

RedPhoenix122: My brother bought a Sega CD at a pawn shop. Thing actually had some awesome games to it.


Sewer Shark!

/parents rented one for me when I got strep throat
 
2013-04-19 05:09:34 PM

RedPhoenix122: stuhayes2010: Easter eggs from Phillips CD and Sega CD?  No one owned these systems.  Angry Video Game Nerd did a great review on Sega CD, it cost like $600 in 1990.

My brother bought a Sega CD at a pawn shop.  Thing actually had some awesome games to it.  Too bad it wasn't a stand-alone system, it might have done really well.


the closest you could get here in the US was the CDX, a combo portable CD player/Genesis.  But, you had to plug in the AC adapter to use the game CDs, otherwise it just played regular discs.
 
2013-04-19 06:45:04 PM
Rampage didn't have graphic nudity, at least not in the arcade port. They would immediately cover up their bits and scoot off the side of the screen. (Unless my kid brain was innocent enough to never have noticed it...and I played a LOT of Rampage.)

Yeah, they were naked, but nothing ever got shown, at least not to my knowledge.
 
2013-04-19 07:10:47 PM
You should've seen the Easter egg in Space Invaders.
 
2013-04-19 09:38:34 PM

das224: For the original Mac there was a paper airplane glider game that had a bewbage Easter egg.


That wasn't an Easter egg; it was the splash screen. A couple of Soft Dorothy's other games had it too.
 
2013-04-20 01:09:47 AM

Millennium: Soft Dorothy


GIS for "Soft Dorothy splash screen" brings up some odd pics.  Nothing about boobs, however.
 
2013-04-20 04:29:24 AM
Oh baby.
screenmania.retrogames.com
 
2013-04-20 06:55:28 AM
Missed the xenomorph in the funfair, Streets Of Rage 2 (Sega Genesis / Megadrive). On the right of this image.

img.photobucket.com

Destroy the horned monster's head and neck, and you were left with the female nether regions. So: very much like Giger's artwork.
 
2013-04-20 09:04:03 AM
1. Metal Gear Solid - the two parts where doing certain things results in Meryl being in her underwear.

2. Phantasy Star 2 - there's a strip club, although it took me a minute to realize that's what it was.

3. Resident Evil 4 - Any time Leon jumps down before Ashley, and tries to look up, you get a funny easter egg.
 
2013-04-20 12:45:13 PM

Jackpot777: Destroy the horned monster's head and neck, and you were left with the female nether regions. So: very much like Giger's artwork.


Well, if it was Giger, it would be a giant penis like structure
 
2013-04-20 01:56:35 PM
Barracks posters from Strike Commander, which was a really cool/good combat sim back in the day...

i.imgur.com
 
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