Hyenas is a new pop culture-infused game from Sega and Creative Assembly, which looks to have plenty of references to outside sources. The whole point is to work with your team to rob merchandise from millionaires in space, so there will be no shortage of moments where you might recognize a reference. Related: All playable characters in Hyenas All pop culture references in Hyenas Here are all the pop culture references we found in Hyena\u2019s announcement trailer. Akali from League of Legends\/Atari Image via Sega Some graffiti on the left side of the subway says, \u201cAkali woz here.\u201d She is one of the playable champions from League of Legends. You can also spot the Atari log just below that. Among Us Crewmate (or Impostor?) Image via Sega An Among Us spaceman obviously could not convince the other players that he was a Crewmate considering he is floating through space in this shot. Fall Guy\/Green Army Men Image via Sega We got a quick look at a Fall Guy in a hot dog here besides some Green Army Men toys. Richard Nixon mask Image via Sega The President Nixon mask has been used in past real-life bank robberies, so its inclusion in Hyenas is a reference to the heist background of the game. Rubix Cube Image via Sega An incomplete Rubix Cube is seen floating through the air here. Sonic the Hedgehog Image via Sega You can\u2019t have a Sega game without some reference to their mascot, Sonic the Hedgehog. This looks like a simple keychain, but it could also be a reference to Sonic\u2019s first-ever appearance as a decorative item hanging from the rearview mirror in the game Rad Mobile, which was released before the first Sonic game. Sony Sport Walkman Image via Sega While they don\u2019t appear anywhere now, Sony Walkmans used to be your main source of listening to music on the go. Statue of Liberty Image via Sega It looks like a millionaire wanted to go big and steal the Statue of Liberty, which we see some characters fighting on top of here. Super Monkey Ball Image via Sega Another Sega reference, we see AiAi in his Monkey Ball to the right. The bananas nearby are likely another reference to his series.