100 Greatest Secrets in Video Games

The 100 greatest secrets in gaming of all time.

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100. Batman: Arkham City – The Body in the Boat

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Check out the harbour just off the bridge before reaching Joker’s factory. You’ll find a single solitary boat, which can be unlocked using the cryptographer (no visual prompt, but it’s there). Inside, you’ll find a body and various other…things.

There is a certain something that drives gamers more than completing games. It’s also about finding the nitty gritty secrets that lie in them – the secrets that developers didn’t expect us to notice right away, but kept there just in case we wanted to appreciate their game in a whole new light. Then there are glitches which change the way we look at the game. Some games offer completely new quests, while others are hilarious nods and triumphant memorabilia. Here’s our pick for the top 100 greatest secrets in gaming.

Please note that this isn’t a straight-up guide for locating these secrets, but simply acknowledging their existence and significance.

Do you agree with our list? Do you have anything else to add? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  • Cole2999

    Oh my god. I did it. 100 pages…
    *Error 404 on page one*

    • Cole2999

      In all reality, I, for some odd reason, clicked through the entire god damn thing.

  • bob

    sir the borealis is actully a ship from apeture science

  • Lolz

    56 heart of gold hitch hikers guide to the galaxy reference

  • Jig Jaggidy

    Please put 10 on a page (I know you need money, but c’mon, that’s too many adds), and please explain the easter eggs or whatever they happen to be more!

  • ArchAngelChro

    #40 Link in Super Mario RPG. Okay, and you can find Samus too 😉

  • Guile

    Solid snake pukes if you spin him too much in the menu screen of metal gear 3: snake eater.

  • Dak Broadbent

    Very poorly designed and written article. I clicked on the article expecting to read video game secrets not a bunch of ambiguous clues.

  • theguy

    Page 1… easy click previous on page 100

  • random guy

    Hey fellas, want to go through 100 pages of easter eggs? Just hit prev page now! Too bad I only found about that 100 clicks after…

  • Zero

    this is barely a list, you don’t even show most of the easter eggs, just allude to them. LAME

  • Bobb

    Totaka’s Song?

  • Samy

    I didn’t really click 100 times lol i just changed the number in the URL and jumped to the top 20

  • ThomasLee

    Justin Bieber,,,,cast as Nathan Drake. Yes, now the apocalypse makes sense, it all makes sense!

  • Bat

    Awful Article, You don’t Show Anything, 100 Pages of Nonsense, Are You Serious…?

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  • KickAssKennedy

    Nice! Love in the Saint’s Row missing ships one how the Heart of Gold from Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is listed! :)

  • Ermac

    The original number on the bathroom stall in Duke 3D was a 416 area code number, local to Toronto, Ontario, Canada. If you called it, it would ring, but sadly nobody would answer.

  • John Tremendol

    So stupid everybody, just click prev. Page on page 100, you will go to no.1, you are welcome

  • Tungks

    Beyond lazy written article.
    Is there zero editorial responsibility in the online market.

    For the most part you’d need to have played the games or play them later to know what is even being mentioned. If you read the title of the article then read article itself you’d look at the person who had written it and diplomatically slaaped them up the side of the head.

    Or they are functionally retarded. In that case please don’t hit them.

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