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Video Game Trivia

Test your video game knowledge with 15 flash cards!!

Super Mario Bros. Released in 1986 on the NES. Revolutionized the sidescrolling genre as well as action games.
Pac-Man Used maze based gameplay that and was a pop-culture phenomenon in the 1980s.
Final Fantasy VII Three year project that revolutionized storytelling in gaming as well as the use of cenimatics and graphic effects. Released on the Playstaion game console and considered by many to be the greatest RPG ever made.
Donkey Kong Country Created by Rareware in 1994, this game featured a familair Nintendo ape along with a few new friends.
Doki Doki Panic This game was realeased as Super Mario Bros. 2 in the US because Nintendo thought the actual SMB2 would be too difficult for American gamers. The Japanese SMB2 was later released in the US as The Lost Levels in Super Mario All-Stars on the SNES.
Bubble Bath Babes This game was a pirated game on the NES that could only be found in shady rental stores in the late 80's and a rarity due to its pixelated pornography.
Doom This game revolutionized first person shooters in the early 90's with its intense action and horrific gameplay. Nothing's more satisfying than blasting away a few demons with your double-barrel after a hard day's work!
Mother This NES RPG was never released in the US, though its sequal was released under the title Earthbound on the Super NES in 1995.
Burger Time This 1982 classic features Peter Pepper, a chef who must make hamburgers while avoiding his arch-rivals, hotdogs, pickles, and develled eggs.
Soul Calibur II Popular fighting game realeased on three different platforms, Xbox, Playstation 2, and Gamecube. Each version featured its own exclusive character.
Mega Man 2 This awesome sequal on the NES features 8 master robots.
WCW Revenge This wrestling game on the Nintendo 64 features a revolutionary grappling system and gameplay that has not been surpassed in playablility and fun even to this day.
Adventure This game is the first game ever to include an "easter egg."
Contra Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, A, B, Start was the key to success in this NES classic.
Maniac Mansion This 1990 classic featured Dave, a college student who must rescue his girlfriend from the evil Dr. Fred Edison with the help of two of his friends, which the player could choose.
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