always funny to see different sound effects editors discover the same sound.
I know that early in my career I thought that I was being very creative and original when I'd find a great library sound that worked perfectly in a given moment, then feel sick to my stomach when I'd hear that same effect cut in by someone else in a similar spot on a completely different project. There's a kid laugh that's in every kid spot, and a certain set of doors that run rampant through otherwise very good TV shows (looking at you Mad Men and Dexter)
I think the rise of the microlibraries is mitigating that somewhat, but some of the more popular ones will inevitably become widely adopted enough that a few of us will "discover" the same gems independently even in those.
we can't always record all of our sound effects, but I think games have more latitude to do so because they're dealing with longer timelines and deeper levels of integration.
(I'm assuming that the point of the post is to show that people are using the same effect, not to request its location so that you can use it too.)