Video Game Cartoon Redux

Stephen Wilds of Gaming Rebellion Writes: "There has been a wide array of video game shows: mainstays like Legend of Zelda, Sonic the Hedgehog, Mega Man, Pac-Man and even Earthworm Jim. There were educational cartoons like Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?; cartoons with a live action framework like Super Mario Bros. Super Show and Video Power, or Japanese anime style, with titles like Digimon and Double Dragon. Hell, even Darkstalkers and Mortal Kombat had their own cartoons at one point. Everyone was getting in on the action back when it was good. Nintendo seemed to be at the forefront with a large number of cartoons, but they were certainly not the only ones looking to make money this way. Though all of these different cartoons may have varied in their execution, many of them had a lot of similarities."

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LumpztheClown1373d ago

I STILL dig these cartoons. Yeah, a lot of them have a low production value, but it's the magic of connecting with the material that always did it for me! Great article! :-)