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.
More information: Tetris' blocks come in four squares (Tetriminos), of which there are only seven variants available in the game.
More information: A glitch in the code of Pac-Man makes passing the 256th level impossible.
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: Infinity Blade
More information: The Infinity Blade, which among other things allowed Battle Royale fighters to defeat opponents and knock down structures in one hit, was discontinued due to being too powerful.
More information: "Fortnite" was released in 2017 and since then has become such a resounding success that it's been called "a cultural phenomenon".
More information: The lovable and transformative Poros from "World of Warcraft" originate front the Howling Abyss in Freljord.
More information: While aboard the Helicarrier, Tony Stark hilariously calls out a SHIELD employee for playing Galaga, making it one of the most-memorable moments in "the Avengers".
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: League of Legends
More information: The League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) is held annually in Berlin and Los Angeles.