mostly goofy crap. But these ten television shows got adapted into videogames that are worth playing again and again. They prove that more TV should live on in playable pixelated form (even if it's only in our imaginations).
Wheel of Morality segment with Sonic-esque playability.
9. Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds
NES version kicked so much ass compared to the Muppet Babies kids' games. Konami's 1991 title launched the whole Tiny Toons videogame series, and its multiple playable characters had unique abilities (Buster Bunny's Sonic-esque momentum, Dizzy Devil's Taz-style spin move, etc.) help set the gameplay apart from other sidescrolling games on the market at the time. But perhaps most importantly - it contained a Star Wars parody (facing off against Duck Vader) back in the days when that sort of thing was considered fresh and original.
7. WWE Raw 2
WWE Raw 2 for Xbox does a better job of everything the previous TV entertainment game did by adding a season mode, along with Hell in a Cell matches and Tables, Ladders, and Chairs matches. Most importantly, WWE Raw 2 offers a strong Create A Superstar system, because pretending to be The Rock will never be as fun as pretending to be kicking The Rock's ass at Royal Rumble. Memo to CM Punk: get some mental escape through this game since Sunday's main event didn't go your way.
6. SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom
NPCs you've always wanted to interact with (have a conversation with Gary the Snail sometime...pointless and yet SO WORTH IT). Best part of all: SpongeBob's world of characters may or may not be the result of nuclear testing, which makes this SpongeBob video game a secret forerunner of the Fallout series.
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