Set before the film with a God Warrior rampaging through modern day Japan
Maki Ooyamada inspired Nausicaa who was also voiced by Sumi Shimamoto.
One of the students is dress up as Nausicaa.
The small yellow-and-brown animals that play on the robot are exactly the same as Nausicaä's pet fox-squirrel.
A character on the title screen is a clone of Nausicaa.
Stage 4 boss resembles the Ohm and is also named "Ohme"
The flying scenes of Marahute mirror the flying scenes of Nausicaa on her glider.
Same logos appear during the game as in the film.
Fio looks very much like Nausicaa
the Nausicaans were named as tribute to this movie
One of the minibosses fires a exploding laser
A still from this film is shown.
When the Baron is narrating the history of his world one of the cat people is dressed like Nausicaa, this is a reference to one of Miyazaki's earlier films "Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind".
Reavers in Starcraft resemble Ohmu
The scene where Mulan finds a doll in a destroyed village is a nod towards the first scene of this movie.
The Ohmu from this film is seen in the final scene.
Referenced by name.
The Imago larva resemble the Ohm
"Why am I a character from "Nausicaa"?"
The otherworldy golden fields at the end directly mimics the visions that the Princess Nausicaä has.
Listed as a movie made by Topcraft
Listed as a movie directed by Hayao Miyazaki
The movie is reviewed.
movie is reviewed
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his portrait of Hayao Miyazaki's obsession with flying + clip shown