Pixar movies are great because of their characters and their storylines but also because they pay homage to the great movies that came before it. And they’re not even’t imitating animation movies, it’s a tribute to cinema, it’s live action films that get paid the form of flattery. Many of the scenes you can recognize…
Nazi on the ground, shirtless B.J. Blazkowicz’s boot on his chest—where have we seen this before? How about wherever fine PC games were sold back in 1992?
After weeks of teasing something called Project Ninja with images of tiny Naruto and Bleach characters, online game operator NGames reveals Pockie Ninja, a web game featuring characters "inspired by" those popular anime series.
Unless Ubisoft has been holding out Rayman's Raving Israeli Lottery Balls on us, the company responsible for these Israeli lottery commercials has some explaining to do.
Earlier today, Stephen Totilo's review of Assassin's Creed II referenced the game's homage to Mario. Here's video of the third wall-breaking inside joke, which is so mainstream it's not inside. And it doesn't really break the third wall, either.
Stephen Totilo of MTV Multiplayer has noticed some striking similarities between Ubisoft's new Prince of Persia title and Sony's PlayStation 2 classic Shadow of the Colossus. Is it homage, coincidence, or straight up aping?