Do you remember the two scenes in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World where Scott shows off his “amazing” knowledge of video game culture by describing the story of how Pac-Man originally went by the name “Puck Man” in Japan, but Namco had to change the name of the character because vandals could easily scratch out the “P” and make the title a lot more amusing? The game culture enthusiasts in the audience giggling at the scene likely weren't amused by Michael Cera's intentionally hammy yet somehow lovable acting. The joke was that everybody knows that old story by now because it's one of the most overplayed examples of mainstream geekdom knowledge ever. Every time a nerd tells that story as a way to seem “in the know” amongst his less nerd savvy friends, a Yoshi gets its wings. The second most over-hyped factoid in gaming culture is the so-called controversy of Super Mario Bros. 2/Doki Doki Panic.