Answer: Pocket Monsters
"Pokémon" is a stylized contraction of "Pocket Monsters", which the series was originally called in Japan.
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.
Pac-Man holds the distinction of being the highest-grossing arcade game ever, as adjusted for 2018 inflation it has generated almost $11 billion.
Though not amongst his best works, the Rock starred in a movie based on the videogame "Doom" in 2005. He also starred in another film based on a videogame, "Rampage", in 2018.
As with most handheld videogames from the classic days, the Game Boy used a liquid-crystal display (LCD).
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.
Answer: World Health Organization
In relation to videogames, the WHO defines gaming disorder as "a pattern of... behavior characterized by impaired control over gaming, increasing priority given to gaming over other activities to the extent that gaming takes precedence... and continuation or escalation of gaming despite the occurrence of negative consequences."
Answer: Shigeru Miyamoto
Shigeru Miyamoto is not only credited with creating the Mario franchise but also "the Legend of Zelda", "Star Fox" and others. Born in 1952, he now serves as a representative director for Nintendo.
"Fortnite" was released in 2017 and since then has become such a resounding success that it's been called "a cultural phenomenon".
Starman not only makes Mario invincible but also his touch lethal to enemies.