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!
Answer: Pan European Game Information
More 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.
Answer: John Madden
More information: John Madden won a Superbowl as a coach of the Los Angeles Raiders but is perhaps better known for being a sportscaster. The videogame series named after him has been ongoing for almost 30 years.
Answer: Fire Emblem: Thracia 776
More information: "Fire Emblem: Thracia 776" was the last game published for the SNES as a physical cartridge on 21 January 2000.
Answer: Buckner & Garcia
More information: Buckner & Garcia, a duo from Ohio, came out with a number of songs about videogames, with "Pac-Man Fever" (1982) selling over one-million copies and reaching number nine on the Billboard Hot 100.
Answer: Game Link Cable
More information: The Game Link Cable, released in 1989 alongside the Game Boy, allowed two of these devices to be connected to perform a multitude of functions such as multi-player and item trading.
More information: Knuckles is an echidna, a type of animals that lives off of ants and termites and resides in Australia and New Guinea.
Answer: Wu-Tang Clan
More information: Released in 1999, "Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style" even resulted in PlayStation producing a custom controller shaped like the Wu-Tang Clan's logo.
Answer: 100 million
More information: In early 2019 Sony stated that it has sold over 91.6 million PS4's, as well as almost 900 million games for the console.
More information: A fact made famous by the movie "Ready Player One", "Adventure", a game released on the old Atari 2600 in 1979, had the first Easter egg, which was the name of its creator hidden in the game.
More information: Students at MIT took control of the lighting system of the Green Building and conducted a 21-storey (300-foot) game of "Tetris".