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.
Nintendo's first headquarters in 1889 was in Kyoto, Japan, and the company is still stationed there at this present time.
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.
Bayonetta, the titular character from the "Bayonetta" series of videogames, is a property of the Sega Corporation.
Answer: The Covenant
The Covenant deem it the will of their gods that they destroy the human race.
Answer: Jaleel White
During his brief animated run, Sonic was played by none other than Jaleel White, best known for portraying the character Steve Urkel from the sitcom "Family Matters".
Answer: World War II
"Call of Duty" is set in World War II, and players can approach the game from the perspective an American, British or Russian soldier.
Students at MIT took control of the lighting system of the Green Building and conducted a 21-storey (300-foot) game of "Tetris".
Answer: Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson contributed some music to "Sonic 3 & Knuckles" though went uncredited after abandoning the project.
Answer: Game Link Cable
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.