Top Games Ranking - 10 Dumb Yet Hilarious Easter Eggs In Video Games
some Easter eggs are just so ridiculous it's difficult to even understand why they're there, and yet they give you a darn good laugh. Hi folks, it's Falcon, and today on Game Rings are 10 dumb yet hilarious Easter eggs in article games.
starting off with the number 10. Don't look up from the talos principle.
Let's start this off with a perfect example of the kind of thing we're talking about here. The Talos Principles game is packed with easter eggs. There's an absolute ton of them, and a lot of them are pretty goofy in general, but if there's one secret in this game that we would describe as hilariously It's this one found in World B7.
This hidden thing is found by looking toward the pyramid from the entrance and finding this little obelisk. It's got a palm tree beside it, and if you look closely, you can see there's a note on the tree that says don't look up, so duh, you're going to look up now. If there's one thing article games do, it's give you situations.
If you're smart, you do the opposite of what you're supposed to do, like in a lot of platforming games where you're always moving to the right, whether it's Mario. Sonic, or whatever, and sometimes there's just something that makes it look like you should go left in this one spot. This is the talos principles version of that.
When you look up, it's not like a jump scare or a screamer or anything like that. Obviously, it feels like it could be, but it's actually the dumbest thing you can imagine. A coconut falls on your head and blurs your vision for a few seconds. And that's it. It's totally pointless, but it's just so blunt and silly that we can't help but laugh at it.
And Number nine is the infinite hole from the Stanley Parable Ultra Deluxe. In terms of effort, it's the polar opposite of the previous one. Though it doesn't mean it's not incredibly dumb, because it is, the level of work they put into creating something so dumb and pointless is awe inspiring.
Like, you could kind of say that about the entire game. Stanley Parable Ultra Deluxe is an upgraded remake of the original game, and this is a spoiler, but most of the new content revolves around whether you're carrying a bucket or not. This is a This is a game that swings for the fences with dumb stuff, and this secret's actually one of the best.
Unlike most of the other secrets in the game, it doesn't even lead to an ending, and it's fairly easy to miss. At a certain point in the game, you get the opportunity to try out the infinity hole, a hole that's not quite as infinite as the narrator implies. Something starts to happen. The hole starts to get lower.
You can change your perspective, move the camera, you can change your reality to change the background, images like sometimes it's stock footage of puppies, you can change yourself into different models made specifically for this one moment in the entire game, models that appear literally nowhere else.
It's all just a dream in the end because they had to end the sequence somehow. I drifted away into dreamland. But we can't have that standard because this hole is just so darn fascinating. I want you to be wide awake for every second of it. You don't want to miss a single moment. It's so bizarre to see something so high-effort as a reward for doing something so dumb, like standing around in place in a hole for a little too long, but yeah, that's the kind of game Stanley Parable is and always has been ).
And number eight is the tiny car in just cause four. This is another series that's just got an absolute ton of easter eggs and EF4.
Although it isn't necessarily the best game in the series, it does have some of our favorite easter eggs from any game in all time periods in it. Of course, there's the famous stuff that we've talked about before, like the cow gun or the aha music article secret, but there's one I don't think that's actually come up on this channel before, the toy off-roader.
Now, This Easter egg is unusual because it was actually added to the game post-launch. That's probably why a lot of people miss it. It's hidden in the main city of the game near the stunt ramp by the stadium, like a lot of easter eggs in this game. Finding this stuff is basically impossible without some kind of guide, so it's fairly easy to miss.
Just like all this stuff, it goes without saying that Rico looks ridiculous driving around in this thing, and to make the whole thing even dumber, it can accelerate like crazy, which can quickly make it almost impossible to steer. It's completely useless and definitely just in the game to be goofy. In that way, the tiny off-roader It serves its purpose pretty well and as number seven in the gears of war judgment.
The bucket head locusts, it can be easy to forget but the gears games actually have a lot of pretty great easter eggs hidden in them for this list, we're going to talk about one of the lesser known ones from judgement.
Okay, so it's actually from Aftermath, the little bonus campaign that comes packed with judgment, which is confusing to say the least, but yeah, it's whatever, it's a pretty simple easter egg at least, so at a certain point in Section Five of the campaign called Straight to the Top, you can find three buckets hidden around the environment.
You shoot all three, get to the rooftop, then all the locust enemies appear up there wearing buckets on their heads and having little smiley faces drawn on them. That's kind of goofy, but what really takes it from mildly amusing to hilarious are the characters' reactions to this Easter egg. For Easter eggs, shoot these bucket heads. I don't know, there's just something funny about the characters reacting to dumb easter eggs like they're a real thing , and number six is Teddy in Dying Light, another one similar to number 10 basic, very stupid but very funny.
All you have to do is find this pink teddy bear in the kindergarten on the second main map of Old Town.
According to the wiki, you need to start the Rupert the Gunsmith mission to actually access this area, but once you do, you should be pretty good. All you have to do is poke the bear's nose. Nothing really seems to happen, but if you keep doing it, the bear's expression gets more and more evil and the eyes get more red until it just finally explodes.
Leave me alone. Don't touch me. Stop it why, what's the point? It's just the game's teasing. It really doesn't matter. You do get a special grenade out of the deal, the stasis field projector, which is pretty fun to mess around with and actually has nothing to do with explosive pink teddy bears, obviously, but yeah, it's better than nothing.
For number five, Tanis riding the fish in Borderlands 3, an easter egg that takes dumb to the next level for whatever reason.