* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Quite the amounts of people have interpreted Ralph as a DesignatedVillain, and since he is left homeless by the end of the game, they may not be wrong.
** In the same vein, this trope is frequently applied to the Nicelanders (but not Felix himself), given that [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality it's totally okay for them to destroy Ralph's home, but him being upset at that isn't]].
* CrossoverShip: Felix is paired up often with Sergeant Tamora Calhoun from ''Hero's Duty'', though this may be because of a popular rumor that with cheats, you can find a cut-scene in ''Hero's Duty'' of them getting married.
** Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope Von Schweetz from the racing game ''[[JustForFun/SugarRushSpeedway Sugar Rush]]'' seems to gaining speed as well, oddly enough, though fans don't tend to ship them romantically, given that Vanellope is a child.
* CrowningMomentOfFunny: Seeing Ralph fall onto a patch of mud is pretty funny considering he fell from several stories and yet he treats it like a common annoyance.
* FridgeLogic: Ralph's motivation becomes this when you realize that all he really had to do was take his stump somewhere else or move to another forest. Averted in the original ''Fix it Felix'' game where it was revealed that Ralph's family and friends were also destroyed along with his home, which is much more understandable.
* SequelDisplacement: Yes, this is actually a sequel to a really obscure game called ''Fix-it Felix''. Though to be honest, the prequel is just a NintendoHard, DarkerAndEdgier version of ''Fix-it Felix Jr.''