Video games have become such a normal part of our lives that many people don’t realize the rich history behind the industry and how influential it has become to modern society. Thus TriviaQN’s Video Game Trivia serves two purposes. First is our desire to see just how much you know about the characters, companies and other entities that make up the business. Second is to increase your knowledge and understanding of the world of gaming. And just like the subject being discussed, our Video Game Trivia is guaranteed to be fun!
Clyde is the orange ghost and is also known as "Pokey" in the English versions of Pac-Man.
Answer: Pan European Game Information
Established in 2003, the Pan European Game Information (PEGI) is the system used to give age ratings to videogames in Israel and almost 40 other (primarily European) countries.
Nintendo's first headquarters in 1889 was in Kyoto, Japan, and the company is still stationed there at this present time.
Pac-Man was first brought to home consoles via the Atari 2600 way back in 1982.
Though Princess Peach has come to be known as Mario's primary love interest, in his first appearance he risked life and limb to save Pauline from Donkey Kong.
Answer: The Chozo
The Chozo not only adopted Samus but are the inventors of the Power Suits she uses throughout the series.
Up to 100 players can compete in a Battle Royale, with the last man (or woman) standing being the ultimate victor.
Answer: Mortal Kombat
Ed Boon and John Tobias are more famous than the average videogame designers, as there is a well-known character named after them (Noob Saibot) who is part of the "Mortal Kombat" franchise, which they originated.
The lovable and transformative Poros from "World of Warcraft" originate front the Howling Abyss in Freljord.
Answer: World Joyland
World Joyland, located in China, is based on "World of Warcraft" and "StarCraft" despite having no formal agreement with its developers, Blizzard Entertainment.