* HeyItsThatGuy: Kelly Brook, Carmen Electra and Louise Rednapp appear in the pin-ups in the initial release of the game. When it was re-released, Konami didn't re-license the images from ''FHM''.
** To a lesser extent, most of the game's music was composed by Harry Gregson-Williams (He composed music for ''Armageddon'' and ''The Rock''.) Kojima was inspired to have him compose the soundtrack after he and sound director Kazuki Muraoka saw ''TheReplacementKillers'' in a cinema (Gregson-Williams had composed the music for that film as well) and found they enjoyed his compositions.
* HeyItsThatVoice:
** Quinton Flynn, who also lends his talents to [[KingdomHearts Axel]] and [[NoMoreHeroes Henry]] (among others), voices Raiden.
** Hey, it's JonnyQuest!
** Hey, Vamp is played by [[Film/PulpFiction Marvin]].
** Colonel Gurlokovich wants you to know that [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} killer machines from the future]] are just a figment of your imagination.
** Marine Commandant Scott Dolph is voiced by Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson, given that he and [[PhilLamarr Vamp]] are stated to be lovers, it could potentially turn their respective characters' relationship on ''StaticShock'' quite...[[ParentalIncest unsettling]].
** Solidus is actually [[VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Canderous]].
** Likewise, [[JenniferHale Naomi]] of the [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid previous game]] returns as Emma, and would later share a game with Solidus's voice actor as Bastila Shan.
** Olga in the Japanese version is [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid Meryl]] [[VisualNovel/{{Policenauts}} Silverburgh]], something that's even lampshaded in the game itself.
* MeaningfulReleaseDate: At least one trailer pointed out that the game will be released during the Chinese Year of the Snake.
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