This is not actually a reference to Inglorious Basterds, but rather one of my all-time favorite video games: the NES classic Bionic Commando. If you are unfamiliar with that game, and specifically its ending, let me drop a little education on you.
The game, as originally released in Japan, dealt with a neo-Nazi group seeking to bring Hitler back from the dead to complete a doomsday weapon. During the English translation process, Nintendo of America--somewhat notorious for censoring anything that might be considered offensive for the U.S. market--removed all explicit references to Nazism, calling the enemies "Badds" and replacing swastikas with a falcon-like emblem.
NOA, however, apparently did not vet the game's ending, or else they'd surely have made alterations to the following game elements:
- Although Hitler is never named--rechristened "Master-D" for the translation--his character model is unmistakably Hitler.
- Hitler/Master-D calls you a "damn fool," which was strong language for the family-friendly NES.
- When you beat the final boss by firing a bazooka into the cockpit of a helicopter, you are treated to an intensely graphic portrayal of a man's skull bursting apart in a bloody explosion.
(If you're interested, see the 20th century's most hated man explode in black and white.)