In 1998 the government of Brazil banned "Grand Theft Auto" (including a $8,500 fine to anyone caught selling it) due to their belief that the game incites violence.
Answer: Tennis for Two
"Tennis for Two" was created by physicist William Higinbotham and displayed at the Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York during 1958.
Answer: Rainbow Road
Rainbow Road is the final race of the Special Cup and is the final original course in "Mario Kart" games.
Answer: Mario Kart
"Super Mario Kart" was originally released in 1992 and since then has become one of Nintendo's staple games, resulting in continuous sequels.
Students at MIT took control of the lighting system of the Green Building and conducted a 21-storey (300-foot) game of "Tetris".
A Nexus is what keep players linked to their champions, so destroying one severs the link and is the main objective of many battle maps.
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.
As with most handheld videogames from the classic days, the Game Boy used a liquid-crystal display (LCD).
Bayonetta, the titular character from the "Bayonetta" series of videogames, is a property of the Sega Corporation.
Answer: League of Legends
The League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) is held annually in Berlin and Los Angeles.