The review itself starts off with a parody of Pilaf's wish scene. Fred summons Shenron and pondering what he could wish for. Just before he could say his wish (a Wii, an Xbox 360 and a PS3), Seb says aloud that he would like to play Dragon Ball on NES, messing up the wish just like Oolong messed up Pilaf's wish for world domination.
In the Last Battle video, he states that the game is so repetitive that playing it for to long makes you feel like being stuck in Groundhog Day. Then it cuts to the Joueur du Grenier living in a "Groundhog Day" Loop (with the movie theme).
The Ultraman/Rise of the Robots video ends with the Joueur du Grenier fighting against game carts with a shotgun, filmed in first-person view, and with a cover of the first level music of Doom in background.
He also mentions Gaea's namesake character from Noob.
Later on, a particularly long and curse-filled rant is censored by a piece of classical music, which turns out to not be long enough to censor it all. This is likely a reference to a radio skit by François Perusse, in which the same gag was used to censor a severe case of diarrhea.
The episode about RPGs is a giant The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim shout-out, including an opening which is an obvious parody of the famous Skyrim trailer.
The boys' shows special contains a fake opening named "You Got Mail!", sung to the tune of "You Wa Shock", the first opening to Fist of the North Star.
The Disney games review features parodies of various Disney songs, like "Be Our Guest" from Beauty and the Beast, "Hakuna Matata" and "Be Prepared" from The Lion King, and "When You Wish Upon a Star" from Pinocchio.
From the same review, the parody of "Hakuna Matata" features a shout out to the famous scene from Dr. Strangelove where Major Kong is riding an atomic bomb.