These are list of easter eggs & secrets in NOLF. They are all found in missions and specific scenes. The eggs reduce stuff while the secrets make stuff unusual or funny.
- Earplugs (A Tenuous Lead, Scene 3)
- Fuzzy Slippers (Rescue Attempt, Scene 3; in the women's bathroom)
- Fire Extinguisher (Misfortune in Morocco, Scene 4; in the minefield next to the van)
- Antitoxin (Such is the Nature of Revenge, Scene 2; in the field)
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- Rescue Attempt ( Red Wagon )
- Rescue Attempt ( Secret Explosion )
- Low Earth Orbit ( Sexual Scene )
- A Man Of Influence ( Baron's Hunting Grounds )
- Rendezvous In Hamburg ( The New Das Einsame Valkryie )
- Secret "Extra" Cate Archer
- Oktoberfest Surprise Recipe
This humorous text refers to the fact that many FPS (first-person shooter) games contain cliché levels, including sections which take place in sewers.
No One Lives Forever 2
Mentions from around the webEdit
- "One thing I particularly liked was when you go into this sewer and there's a sign on the wall reading 'Mandatory FPS Sewer'. It's little touches like this that make NOLF a joy to play.
- "The developers aren’t even above mocking the genre itself, with a sign in a sewer even reading 'Mandatory FPS Sewer.' It’s this self-knowing tongue-in-cheek humor that gives No One Lives Forever its decidedly goofy sheen, which only further pushes its rather unique envelope.
- "I have seen many FPS games but too many of them have devolved into cliched levels – so common a problem that classic spy shooter 'No One Lives Forever' spoofed it with a 'Mandatory FPS Sewer Level' sign, and players have compiled satirical lists of 'favorite video game rooms full of crates'.
- "The game is populated with throwaway lines and gags. One sign in a sewers says: 'Mandatory FPS sewer.' It just all adds to the knowing wink that the game gives its audience; it understands the clichés and the faults of the genre and makes them work to its advantage.