Video games have become such a normal part of our lives that many people don’t realize the rich history behind the industry and how influential it has become to modern society. Thus TriviaQN’s Video Game Trivia serves two purposes. First is our desire to see just how much you know about the characters, companies and other entities that make up the business. Second is to increase your knowledge and understanding of the world of gaming. And just like the subject being discussed, our Video Game Trivia is guaranteed to be fun!
Answer: Ryan Reynolds
The live-action "Detective Pikachu" is voiced by none other than Ryan Reynolds, who also provided the character's facial movements.
Non-playable characters (NPCs) are those that players cannot control, though their actions can be influenced.
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.
Pokémon came out for the Game Boy in 1996, and the series has continued in every generation of Nintendo handhelds, as well as various other consoles, since.
Though forgettable in its home-console form, the arcade version of Michael Jackson "Moonwalker" (1990) is a much-more entertaining experience.
Clyde is the orange ghost and is also known as "Pokey" in the English versions of Pac-Man.
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.
Answer: Stan Lee
Comic-book visionary Stan Lee, who passed away in 2018, is now featured as a NPC in "World of Warcraft".
Up to 100 players can compete in a Battle Royale, with the last man (or woman) standing being the ultimate victor.
Answer: Corrupted Blood
Corrupted Blood was intentionally introduced to the "World of Warcraft" by its programmers via a supervillian, but it soon spread out of control and could only be eradicated by game patches and resets.