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Tom's Guide: 20 Video Game Easter Eggs

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Every now and again, game developers will hide little Easter eggs in the projects they're working on. Though they're not advertised, it usually doesn't take long for someone to come across whatever hidden message or gem is waiting to be discovered. The Tom's Guide team has put together a list of 20 Easter eggs hidden in some of its favorite games. Hopefully you'll be able to find them all after reading '20 Video Game Easter Eggs and How to Find Them.'


The tradition of the Easter Egg hunt where children search for decorated or candy eggs hidden throughout the house or garden has long ago made the leap from meatspace to cyberspace, with many game developers working in little "Easter Eggs" throughout their works. These include allusions to pop culture, favorite works, previews of future games, and running gags across entire series. Here are a few of our favorites, and feel free to add your own in the comments section below!


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    tobalaz , March 29, 2013 6:26 PM
    I was going to complain about a broken link, but by the time I cycled through the articles it was fixed!
    Now if they could just do it right the first time.....
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    mouse24 , March 29, 2013 9:53 PM
    tobalazI was going to complain about a broken link, but by the time I cycled through the articles it was fixed!Now if they could just do it right the first time.....


    You sure are a whiny git. He makes this article and even fixed the link in a timely manner. I see nothing but praise for this.
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    tobalaz , March 30, 2013 7:01 AM
    mouse24You sure are a whiny git. He makes this article and even fixed the link in a timely manner. I see nothing but praise for this.

    You're obviously not familiar with the sheer number of broken links to Tom's Guide we experience that can go days unfixed.
    My statement was more praise than criticism, things are getting better.