El Canuck's Retro Video Game Trivia #2

The second installment of the quiz series for old school gaming fans! All the questions pertain to games and consoles made between '83 and 2003.
Quiz by ElCanuck
Last updated: November 25, 2023
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This blue-caped character is exclusive to Super Mario RPG, and has long been requested to be a Super Smash Bros. character.
This Sega Genesis game was a unique beat-em-up that saw you take on the role of an artist trapped within the pages of his own comic book.
Comix Zone
This 1989 family film introduced North American audiences to Super Mario Bros. 3, the Power Glove, and, oddly enough, Tobey Maguire.
The Wizard
This was the fourth and last wrestling game published for the Nintendo 64 by THQ and AKI in North America.
WWF No Mercy
This NBA hall of famer, not content with basketball games, starred in a fighting game released for the SNES, Sega Genesis, and other consoles in 1994.
Shaquille O'Neal
This Strategy RPG series was introduced to audiences outside of Japan when two of its characters were made playable in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Fire Emblem
This isometric real-time, historical strategy series debuted in '97 and birthed the "Wololo" meme.
Age of Empires
Kaepora Gaebora of the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, known for his ability to trap players in a frustrating dialogue loop, is what type of bird?
1994's Revolution X sees the player rescue this rock and roll hall of fame band from kidnappers.
This vehicular combat game released by Sony in 1995 for their PlayStation console spawned a series that even has its own TV show on Peacock.
Twisted Metal
Seinfeld's George Costanza was determined to get an arcade cabinet of what video game safely across the road with his high score intact?
This urban planning series by Will Wright debuted in 1989 for PC and was ported to the SNES in 1991.
Final Fight's SNES port originally omitted this playable character. A later version of the game starring him is now a highly sought-after collectable.
Before there was Stardew Valley, Natsume defined the cozy farming game genre with this series starting on the SNES in 1996.
Harvest Moon
This lanky rival to the Mario Bros. made his debut in Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64. Usually clad in purple and black.
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