Fallout 2: A Post-Nuclear Role-Playing Game (1998 Video Game)
Klaatu barada nikto spoken in the game by a character when you meet him.
One of the casino patrons in New Reno may say "You looking for your brother Robby? You know, the Robot? Aw, nevermind."
A prostitute may say "I had to dress up like WILMA last night, fer Christ sakes."
The Crashed Shuttle special encounter. Dead crew members. Red shirts, naturally. A Hypo.
A robot in the canyon near Klamath says, "Dave, I wouldn't do that", and "I'm sorry Dave". Also, a computer on the first level of Vault 8 will say "I'm sorry Dave, I can't do that."
When the Chosen One finishes the game, New Reno townsfolk will announce that "Fallout 2 is brought to you by the letter Z"
The description for the .44 revolver is an exact quote of a line spoken by Clint Eastwood at the end of this movie.
"Someday - and that day may never come - I'll call upon you to do a service for me. But until that day accept these glasses as a gift on my daughter's wedding day."
In New Reno, one of the Jet addicts may say: "You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me?!"
Angered NPC's will sometimes say: "I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take it anymore."
In New Reno when fighting a boxer, his lines include "Adrian! Adrian!" and "Cut me, Mick"
In New Reno, when wearing power armor, a porn actress at the Golden Globe will remark, "Aren't you a little short for a Stormtrooper?"
You can find a whale that has fallen to earth and a bowl of petunias.
Referenced in Gecko by its glowing one inhabitants, who extend a glowing finger out at the Chosen One while droning "Phone home."
Upon finishing the "ghost" quest in the den the player character will say "this house is clean"
Referenced by a character in the game.
A lot of times, in certain places, addicts in places such as the Den sometimes say, "I have the power!"
Some addicts in New Reno say "Say hello to my little friend."
In the boxing place in New Reno, when Stuart Little asks about a nickname, there are choices like: Glass Joe, Bald Bull, etc.
If John Cassidy is in company, sometimes he asks: "I wonder if Texas survived the war."
Reference occurs when main character climbs down well in Modoc and picks up bag of money.
If the Chosen One becomes a slaver, sometimes the slave victims yell "Run for it, Marty!".
In New Reno when fighting a boxer, one of his lines is "I eat green berets for breakfast."
A robot in the canyon near Klamath says "number five is alive" while attacking.
A porno movie named Top Bun is mentioned.
In Broken Hills, there's a talking spore plant named Seymour.
In Gecko NPP, a ghoul randomly says "A day with out leakage is like a day without sunshine" and in New Reno, a pimp can sometimes say "Can she suck a golf ball through a garden hose? Hell, yes."
Trapper Town is the home of way too many rats, a man who will speak of a rodent of unusual size and a timely warning about pig rats and mole rats below the town.
When talking to a doctor about receiving the Dermal Impact Assault Enhancement, he will explain about the hit to Charisma by saying, "All the curves you got are gonna become right angles." To this, the Chosen One can reply that they've always wanted to look like Kryten.
In the town of Modoc when going to Rose's Bed and Breakfast, one can enter into the brahmin fry eating contest. Right at breaking the record, it is learned that the brahmin fries are actually brahmin testicles.
In NCR, the guy next to the car tent is a blues player. He says, "I wrote a song about, like to hear it, here it goes" just like Calhoun Tubbs.
Reference occurs two times in game, once in a message and another by a character in the game.
One of the names you can choose as a porn star is "Mr. Pink"
One of the old ghouls at Broken Hills will occasionally say, "It's cold, and there are wolves after me".
"Houston, we have a problem"
In Gecko there is a large intelligent mole rat called "Brain". He has a lust to take over the world.
"Hey, wait a minute. That's not a Mummy. That's a ghoul. WOODY! Hey WOODY! Is that you?"
A female Chosen One pissing off Stuart Little has him compare her to Lara Croft.
When dropping in on the Slags at the Ghost Farm, there is a veiled reference to the Borg when they ask, "...Are you resisting?" and one of the responses is "No, I know resistance is futile..."
John Cassidy's dialogue makes a reference to Final Fantasy VII, via one of his floating dialogues which says "Wish I had a Limit Break!"
The man in the bathroom in Vault City will occasionally say "Who does Number Two work for?!?!".
There are boxes of cheezy poofs in various areas in the game.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the video game in his review of Fallout 3 (2008) (VG)
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If your luck and perception are high enough, you will encounter a bridge with a bridge keeper and choose a line of conversation that is a parody of the "Bridge Keeper" scene from the Holy Grail
After recruiting Myron in New Reno, You have a dialogue option beginning with the words: "It's 106 miles to Arroyo, we got a full fusion cell, half a pack of radaway... "
When visiting the town of Gecko, one of the ghouls will muse upon the nature of greed. He also introduces himself as "Gordon of Gekko" spoofing Micheal Douglas' character.
At regular intervals in the game, Marcus the mutant will say "check out the big brain on Myron "spoofing a classic Samuel L. Jackson line.
One of the dialogue options when talking to Ananias, the mystic in the Den, is "Show Me The Mummy!"
After you become a porn star in New Reno the screen tell you "You have become a star. A big bright shining star." which is a spoof of the last line from Boogie Nights.
In Vault City, when the Chosen One talks to the religious man, they can end the conversation by saying "Go sell crazy somewhere else - we're all stocked up here."
Neil's safe has a sticker spoofing Fallout's Vault Boy