Answer: Slippy Toad
Slippy Toad may suck as a fighter and often needs help during melees, but he's invaluable as the Star Fox Team's mechanic and inventor.
Answer: 50 Cent: Bulletproof
"50 Cent: Bulletproof" (2005), which sold over one million copies, featured Eminem and G-Unit in addition to Dr. Dre.
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.
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.
Answer: John Madden
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: 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.
Answer: Liu Kang
Arguably the most-memorable fatality from the classic days of "Mortal Kombat" is Liu Kang's ability to transform into a dragon and bite his opponent in half.
Answer: Lara Croft
Lara Croft's traditionally-large bosom was actually the result of a coding error made by the programmer of the original "Tombraider" game.
Answer: Infinity Blade
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.