The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp (1632) is an oil painting by Rembrandt during The Baroque period.
The 2011 video game Deus Ex: Human Revolution references the painting in both in-game portraits that can be found on the wall and in a certain cinematic trailer, featuring the main protagonist Adam Jensen as the cadaver as Dr. Nicolaes and his students study his charred and ruined arms, which in the actual story become amputated and replaced with mechanical limbs.
Sorry but like how is no one freaking out about The Sims 4?
LOOK AT IT. LOOK.
THERE AREN’T ANY SLIDERS. YOU CAN ADJUST BODY SHAPE SO YOU COULD HAVE A FAT SIM WITH SKINNY LEGS AND BROAD SHOULDERS. OR A SKINNY SIM WITH A BARREL CHEST AND CHUNKY THIGHS.
SIMS HAVE EMOTIONS AND MEMORIES ACTUALLY AFFECT WHAT YOUR SIMS CAN DO.
AND THEY DON’T LOOK LIKE WEIRD, SHINY, PUDDING PEOPLE.
ALSO JUST LOOK HOW BEAUTIFUL THAT FIRST PICTURE IS. LOOK AT IT.
MY BODY IS READY.
But my wallet is not.