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.
Answer: DC Comics
The "World of Warcraft" was published by WildStorm, an imprint of DC Comics.
Answer: Little Mac
Little Mac is but a wee fighter yet can defeat the one-punch wonder Mike Tyson if the gamer is fast enough.
Pickaxes, the basic tool for mining in "Minecraft", are perhaps the most-commonly used instruments in the game.
Answer: Artificial Intelligence
Since classic games like "Space Invaders", "Galaxian" and "Pac-Man" successfully implemented artificial intelligence decades ago, it was become a stable in the videogame industry.
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."
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.
In the 15+ games that makeup the "Mario Party" series, only "Mario Party Advance" didn't feature Wario.
Starman not only makes Mario invincible but also his touch lethal to enemies.