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While not a ScriptFic, ''NXE'' is structured to simulate the episodic format of a TV series; it is broken down into three "seasons" of nine "episodes" each: ''The Gathering Storm'', ''Balance of Terror'', and ''Revelations in Real Time''. The third season ends on a [[{{cliffhanger}} cliffhanging]] [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Crowning Sequence of Awesome]], which left the story unresolved for several years of real time until EPU released a final installment called ''Neon Exodus Evangelion The Motion Picture: Apotheosis Now.'' This novel-length story caps the entire series with a suitably epic-level conclusion that fulfills all the potential exhibited by the previous 27 chapters. Starting in the third season it also includes the infamous [[{{Omake}} Bonus Theater]] segments, which showcase short humorous pieces, bizarre SpinOff ideas and lighter, often FourthWall-breaking, views "behind the scenes" of the production.

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While not a ScriptFic, ''NXE'' is structured to simulate the episodic format of a TV series; it is broken down into three "seasons" of nine "episodes" each: ''The Gathering Storm'', ''Balance of Terror'', and ''Revelations in Real Time''. The third season ends on a [[{{cliffhanger}} cliffhanging]] [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Crowning Sequence of Awesome]], cliffhanging sequence]], which left the story unresolved for several years of real time until EPU released a final installment called ''Neon Exodus Evangelion The Motion Picture: Apotheosis Now.'' This novel-length story caps the entire series with a suitably epic-level conclusion that fulfills all the potential exhibited by the previous 27 chapters. Starting in the third season it also includes the infamous [[{{Omake}} Bonus Theater]] segments, which showcase short humorous pieces, bizarre SpinOff ideas and lighter, often FourthWall-breaking, views "behind the scenes" of the production.



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* ''Franchise/{{Emergency}}''''Series/{{Emergency}}''


While not a ScriptFic, ''NXE'' is structured to simulate the episodic format of a TV series; it is broken down into three "seasons" of nine "episodes" each: ''The Gathering Storm'', ''Balance of Terror'', and ''Revelations in Real Time''. The third season ends on a [[{{cliffhanger}} cliffhanging]] [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Crowning Sequence of Awesome]], which left the story unresolved for several years of real time until EPU released a final installment called ''Neon Exodus Evangelion The Motion Picture: Apotheosis Now.'' This novel-length story caps the entire series with a suitably epic-level conclusion that fulfills all the potential exhibited by the previous 27 chapters. Starting in the third season it also includes the infamous [[{{Omake}} Bonus Theater]] segments, which showcase short humorous pieces, bizarre SpinOff ideas and lighter, often FourthWall-breaking, views "behind the scenes" of the production.

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While not a ScriptFic, ''NXE'' is structured to simulate the episodic format of a TV series; it is broken down into three "seasons" of nine "episodes" each: ''The Gathering Storm'', ''Balance of Terror'', and ''Revelations in Real Time''. The third season ends on a [[{{cliffhanger}} cliffhanging]] [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Crowning Sequence of Awesome]], which left the story unresolved for several years of real time until EPU released a final installment called ''Neon Exodus Evangelion The Motion Picture: Apotheosis Now.'' This novel-length story caps the entire series with a suitably epic-level conclusion that fulfills all the potential exhibited by the previous 27 chapters. Starting in the third season it also includes the infamous [[{{Omake}} Bonus Theater]] segments, which showcase short humorous pieces, bizarre SpinOff ideas and lighter, often FourthWall-breaking, views "behind the scenes" of the production.



* RecapEpisode: Episode 3:0, ''The Big Show''. The narration by the ''Series/SportsCenter'' hosts turns this into a CrowningMomentOfFunny.

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* RecapEpisode: Episode 3:0, ''The Big Show''. The narration by the ''Series/SportsCenter'' hosts turns this into a CrowningMomentOfFunny.SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}}.


* TheyMightBeGiants: In addition to Gryphon and Truss's out-of-story observation that Shigeru and Aoba look like the guys in the band, there is a moment in 2:2 when Rei quotes a line from "Birdhouse in Your Soul".


* ''SportsCenter''

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* ''SportsCenter''''Series/SportsCenter''



* RecapEpisode: Episode 3:0, ''The Big Show''. The narration by the ''SportsCenter'' hosts turns this into a CrowningMomentOfFunny.

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* RecapEpisode: Episode 3:0, ''The Big Show''. The narration by the ''SportsCenter'' ''Series/SportsCenter'' hosts turns this into a CrowningMomentOfFunny.


* ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}} 2: Durandal''

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* ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}} 2: Durandal''''VideoGame/Marathon2Durandal''



** It's also a shout-out to and direct quote from the ''{{Marathon}}'' games.

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** It's also a shout-out to and direct quote from the ''{{Marathon}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'' games.


* ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life}}''

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* ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life}}''''VideoGame/HalfLife''


* {{Area 51}}: Given a throwaway mention as an {{X-COM}} base they are forced to abandon

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* {{Area 51}}: Given a throwaway mention as an {{X-COM}} ''VideoGame/XCom'' base they are forced to abandon


** As of 2016, it has appeared in the form of a ''Film/PacificRim'' slash ''Film/RebuildOfEvangelion'' form, especially if the first chapter title [[note]]"This Is (not) a Test"[[/note]] is anything to go by.

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** As of 2016, it has appeared in the form of a ''Film/PacificRim'' slash ''Film/RebuildOfEvangelion'' ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' form, especially if the first chapter title [[note]]"This Is (not) a Test"[[/note]] is anything to go by.

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** As of 2016, it has appeared in the form of a ''Film/PacificRim'' slash ''Film/RebuildOfEvangelion'' form, especially if the first chapter title [[note]]"This Is (not) a Test"[[/note]] is anything to go by.


* AcePilot: Well, it ''is'' [[VideoGame/{{XCOM}}:Big Sky and Firebrand]], after all

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* AcePilot: Well, it ''is'' [[VideoGame/{{XCOM}}:Big [[VideoGame/{{XCOM}} Big Sky and Firebrand]], after all


* AcePilot: Well, it ''is'' [[VideoGame/XCOM:Big Sky and Firebrand]], after all

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* AcePilot: Well, it ''is'' [[VideoGame/XCOM:Big [[VideoGame/{{XCOM}}:Big Sky and Firebrand]], after all

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* AcePilot: Well, it ''is'' [[VideoGame/XCOM:Big Sky and Firebrand]], after all



As of March 2016, the series is being continued, with even ''more'' crossovers.



* The Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse



* ''Film/PacificRim''



* ''VideoGame/{{XCOM}}''

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* ''VideoGame/{{XCOM}}''''VideoGame/{{XCOM}}'', both classic and the 2012 reboot


* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''

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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}''



* ''VideoGame/SystemShock'' and ''System Shock 2''

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* ''VideoGame/SystemShock'' and ''System Shock 2''''VideoGame/SystemShock2''


* ''Film/{{Titanic}}''

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* ''Film/{{Titanic}}''''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}''



* ''Uncle Buck''

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* ''Uncle Buck''''Film/UncleBuck''



* ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}''

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* ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}''''VideoGame/{{XCOM}}''

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