The creation of "Tetris", first released in 1984, is primarily credited t Alexey Pajitnov, who at the time was an artificial intelligence researcher at the Soviet Academy of Sciences in Russia.
Since the release of the original "Mario Bros." in 1983, it has been established that Mario (and Luigi) is an Italian-American plumber.
Answer: Buckner & Garcia
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.
Clyde is the orange ghost and is also known as "Pokey" in the English versions of Pac-Man.
Answer: 50 Cent: Bulletproof
"50 Cent: Bulletproof" (2005), which sold over one million copies, featured Eminem and G-Unit in addition to Dr. Dre.
The GameCube, released in 2001, was the predecessor to the Wii, which came out in 2006.
Answer: Nintendo Power
"Nintendo Power" was first published in 1988 and was discontinued in 2012, though it came back in 2017 in the form of a podcast.
A fact made famous by the movie "Ready Player One", "Adventure", a game released on the old Atari 2600 in 1979, had the first Easter egg, which was the name of its creator hidden in the game.
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.
The average player of "Fortnite", including those who pay nothing at all, spends approximately $60 on the game.