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* Bryan Forbes is pretty much an evil version of [[MiamiVice Sonny Crockett.]]

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* Bryan Forbes is pretty much an evil version of [[MiamiVice [[Series/MiamiVice Sonny Crockett.]]



* The Domestobot bears [[{{Pastiche}} an uncanny resemblance]] to Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s VideoGame/RoboticOperatingBuddy.

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* The Domestobot bears [[{{Pastiche}} an uncanny resemblance]] to Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s VideoGame/RoboticOperatingBuddy.VideoGame/RoboticOperatingBuddy.
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* The game lets you unlock weapons and armor at Vic's safehouse by finding and shooting 99 red balloons scattered throughout Vice City. If you know your 80's music, you'll know that this is an obvious reference to Nena's hit song ''99 Luftballons'' (adapted into English as ''99 Red Balloons''), which appeared on the original ''Vice City'' game's soundtrack.

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* The game lets you unlock weapons and armor at Vic's safehouse by finding and shooting 99 red balloons scattered throughout Vice City. If you know your 80's music, you'll know that this is an obvious reference to Nena's Music/{{Nena}}'s hit song ''99 Luftballons'' (adapted into English as ''99 Red Balloons''), which appeared on the original ''Vice City'' game's soundtrack.


* The game lets you unlock weapons and armor at Vic's safehouse by finding and shooting 99 red balloons scattered throughout Vice City. If you know your 80's music, you'll know that this is an obvious reference to Nena's hit song ''99 Luftballons'', which appeared on the original ''Vice City'' game's soundtrack.

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* The game lets you unlock weapons and armor at Vic's safehouse by finding and shooting 99 red balloons scattered throughout Vice City. If you know your 80's music, you'll know that this is an obvious reference to Nena's hit song ''99 Luftballons'', Luftballons'' (adapted into English as ''99 Red Balloons''), which appeared on the original ''Vice City'' game's soundtrack.


* The manual features a mock news article about a pair of streetwalkers named [[XMen Mystique and Destiny]]. Destiny is even wearing sunglasses.

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* The manual features a mock news article about a pair of streetwalkers named [[XMen Mystique ComicBook/{{Mystique}} and Destiny]].Destiny. Destiny is even wearing sunglasses.


* The Domestobot bears an uncanny resemblance to Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s VideoGame/RoboticOperatingBuddy.

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* The Domestobot bears [[{{Pastiche}} an uncanny resemblance resemblance]] to Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s VideoGame/RoboticOperatingBuddy.


* The Domestobot bears an uncanny resemblance to VideoGame/RoboticOperatingBuddy.

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* The Domestobot bears an uncanny resemblance to Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s VideoGame/RoboticOperatingBuddy.


* The manual features a mock news article about a pair of streetwalkers named [[XMen Mystique and Destiny]]. Destiny is even wearing sunglasses.

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* The manual features a mock news article about a pair of streetwalkers named [[XMen Mystique and Destiny]]. Destiny is even wearing sunglasses.sunglasses.
* The Domestobot bears an uncanny resemblance to VideoGame/RoboticOperatingBuddy.


* Bryan Forbes is pretty much an evil version of [[MiamiVice Sonny Crockett.]]

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* Bryan Forbes is pretty much an evil version of [[MiamiVice Sonny Crockett.]]]]
* The manual features a mock news article about a pair of streetwalkers named [[XMen Mystique and Destiny]]. Destiny is even wearing sunglasses.

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* The game lets you unlock weapons and armor at Vic's safehouse by finding and shooting 99 red balloons scattered throughout Vice City. If you know your 80's music, you'll know that this is an obvious reference to Nena's hit song ''99 Luftballons'', which appeared on the original ''Vice City'' game's soundtrack.
* Bryan Forbes is pretty much an evil version of [[MiamiVice Sonny Crockett.]]

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