Answer: Pocket Monsters
More information: "Pokémon" is a stylized contraction of "Pocket Monsters", which the series was originally called in Japan.
Answer: Donkey Kong
More information: Though originally called by other names, Mario was the protagonist in the legendary videogame "Donkey Kong", which was released in 1981.
More information: NEC Home Electronics first released the Neo Geo in Japan during 1987.
More information: The original Atari home-console controller had only one bright-red button, complemented by a large black joystick.
Answer: DC Comics
More information: The "World of Warcraft" was published by WildStorm, an imprint of DC Comics.
More information: Starman not only makes Mario invincible but also his touch lethal to enemies.
Answer: Nintendo Power
More information: "Nintendo Power" was first published in 1988 and was discontinued in 2012, though it came back in 2017 in the form of a podcast.
More information: 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.
More information: Pac-Man was first brought to home consoles via the Atari 2600 way back in 1982.
More information: Tetris' blocks come in four squares (Tetriminos), of which there are only seven variants available in the game.