This noise would be my first selection, it is firmly etched into my brain.
One of cricket’s peculiar rules is that the fielders must appeal to the umpire if they believe the batsman should be given out. If they don’t, the umpire will not weigh in on it and the batsmen will continue batting. This never actually happens professionally (or even at an amateur level), because fielders instinctively turn to the umpire and just about anything can be construed as an appeal. Cricket also has circumstances that allow the possibility of there being additional decisions to weigh in on after the umpire has already declared the batsman “not out”.
Furthermore - what started out as Australian fielders asking umpires “how was that?” eventually morphed into the word “howzat”, which is often said as a declaration, rather than inquisitively.
The point of my big exposition dump? This SNES game had a dedicated appeal button (Y), and you could endlessly appeal as long as you like, the sound effect in the video would play, and the umpire would repeatedly give the decision “not out”. This dental-plan-lisa-needs-braces loop would continue until the person with the controller (usually a small child) decided to stop pressing the Y button.