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Video games are the best source of improving coordination, problem-solving skills, and concentration of the mind. It also helps in enhancing multitasking skills. Therefore, kids, teenagers, and even adults always enjoy playing video games. A study shows that about 1.5 billion people in the world are addicted to playing video games. However, very few of them might have any information about the games which they play. So, we provide a number of (50+) video game trivia questions for those people to know the information’s regarding the video games they play. It includes the releasing dates, originators’ names, etc.

Video Game Trivia

1. What is the name of the electronic systems used to play video games?


2. Which is the original first-person shooter video game?

Wolfenstein 3D

3. Who published the Far Cry Series?

A French video game company called ‘Ubisoft’

4. Who composed Wolfenstein 3D?

Bobby Prince

5. Who is the main character of the video game Fallout?

The Vault Dweller

6. When the Atari Video Computer System (VCS) was released?

11 September 1977

7. The Atari VCS is also famously known as?

Atari 2006

8. Which company first released the Neo Geo?

NEC Home Electronics

9. When and which country released the game?

During 1987 in Japan

10. Which video game originated in 1978 and so far generated $14 billion revenues?

Space invaders

11. Which is the most popular game in the US?


12. GTA stands for what?

Grand Theft Auto

13. Which is the best-selling video game of all time?

Tetris with 170 million copies sold

14. What are Arcade games?

Arcade games are designed to play only one game

15. What are the three classifications of games?

Casual, Serious and Educational

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Video Game Trivia Questions

16. Where the Leagues of Legends Championship Series held annually?

In Berlin and Los Angeles

17. Who created Mario franchise?

Shigeru Miyamoto

18. Sony in collaboration with Nintendo designed what?

The PlayStation Prototype

19. In the game ‘Fortnight Battle Royale’, how many players can play simultaneously in competition?

Up to 100 players

20. Which famous video game is based on a park named ‘World JoyLand’ located in China?

World or Warcraft

21. What are ‘V-Bucks’?

The in-game currency of the famous video game ‘Fortnight’

22. Who composed the music of ‘Sonic 3’?

Michael Jackson

23. Who designed the game ‘Super Mario Bros’?

Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka

24. In 2013 which eight generation home video game console was introduced?

Play Station 4 (PS4)

25. Who are the original designers of the popular game ‘Mortal Combat’?

Ed Boon and John Tobias

26. What is classified as mental health conditions by World Health Organization (WHO) in 2018?

Gaming disorder

27. The famous video game heroin Lara Croft belonged to which game?

Tomb raider

28. The Vice city and San Andreas in GTA are inspired by which two real life cities?

Miami and California respectively

29. How many buttons are there in the Atari 2006 game?

Only one button

30. What is the Game Link Cable?

A device used to connect two Gameboys

Trivia Pursuit Video Game

31. Trivial Pursuit belongs to which country?


32. How the winner and loser are determined in the game?

The player’s ability to answer general knowledge and culture questions.

33. When the game is created?

15 December 1979

34. In how many categories the questions are divided?

six categories

35. Who released the Trivial Pursuit arcade game?

Bally Sente in 1984

36. When the online game of trivial Pursuit are released?

In 2003

37. What are the ways to answer the questions?

Multiple choice (choose from 1, 2, 3, or 4), spelling accuracy loose (imperfect spellings are accepted), spelling accuracy strict (spelling must be precise)

38. How many players can play Party Pursuit?

Up to three

39. Which country introduced a game show based on the game?

The United Kingdom

40 .Who hosted the game show?

Rory McGrath

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Video Game Quiz Questions and Answers

41. In which year the Game Link Cable released?

In 1989

42. In the video game 50 cent: Bulletproof which role is played by Dr. Dre?

Arms’ dealer

43. Who created the video game ‘Mega Man’?

Dr. Light

44. Which electronic company introduced the PlayStation prototype?


45. Which basketball legend was featured in the game Jordan vs. Bird?

Michael Jordan

46. What is Azeroth?

A fictional home to humans, trolls, elves, dragons and other warring species.

47. The codename is given to the popular videogame character ‘Cammy White’?

Killer Bee

48. In which country the Atari 2006 video game is released?

In United States

49. What are the computer controlled opponents in the game ‘Street Fighter’?

Retsu and Geki

50. Name the characters of the video game Super Monkey Ball?

Aiai, Meemee, Baby, and Gongon

51. Who was the main character in the video game ‘Final Fantasy VII’?

Cloud Strife

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52. In which game Mario appears as a villain?

Donkey Kong Jr.

53. When the PlayStation Portable (PSP) was released?

On 24th March 2005

54. Where the first headquarter of Nintendo’s located?


55. Who created the world famous video game ‘Minecraft’?

Markus Persson

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56. What was the most popular videogame in 2018?

Spyro Reignited Trilogy

57. Which action-adventure game was released in October 2018?

Red Dead Redemption 2

58. Who played the fictional character in Red Dead Redemption 2?

John Martson

59. Sider man was released for Play Station 4 video game console on?

7 September 2018

60. Who composed the video game Spider-Man?

John Paesano

61. Which video game won the award of the game award for Game of the year in 2018?

God of War

62. Who designed the video game God of War?

Derek Daniels

63. The game ‘Celeste’ was created in how many days?


64. What is the name of the girl who is controlled by the player?


65. When the game was released?

On 25 January 2018

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Punch Line
European cover art, featuring (clockwise from left) Mikatan, Meika, Rabura, Ito, Yuuta, and Chiranosuke
Director(s)Takumi Nakazawa
Producer(s)Kazuhiro Ichikawa
Artist(s)Shōta Iwasaki
Writer(s)Kotaro Uchikoshi
Composer(s)Tetsuya Komuro
ReleasePlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
  • JP: April 28, 2016
  • EU: August 31, 2018
  • NA: October 9, 2018
Microsoft Windows
Genre(s)Adventure, visual novel

Punch Line[a] is a visual noveladventure video game developed by 5pb., based on the anime television series of the same name. It was published for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita by 5pb. in Japan in 2016, and is planned to be published by PQube in North America and Europe in 2018. A Microsoft Windows version was planned for release on August 31, 2018 for Europe and September 25, 2018 for North America, but was later delayed to 2019.

The player controls Yuuta Iridatsu, a ghost who seeks to return to his body, and solves puzzles while haunting a house and using poltergeist abilities such as possession.

The game was written by Kotaro Uchikoshi and scored by Tetsuya Komuro, with character designs by Shōta Iwasaki, all three of whom previously worked on the Punch Line anime, and was directed by Takumi Nakazawa and produced by Kazuhiro Ichikawa.


Punch Line is a visual noveladventure game in which the player takes the role of the ghost Yuuta Iridatsu, who aims to return to his body. The player haunts Yuuta's house, solving puzzles while exploring their housemates' rooms. The player can set up pranks in the rooms, which if successful advance the story and give the player access to new poltergeist abilities, such as possession and moving objects.[1][2]


Development and release[edit]

The game was written by Kotaro Uchikoshi(left) and scored by Tetsuya Komuro(right)

Punch Line was developed by 5pb., based on the anime television series of the same name, and was directed by Takumi Nakazawa and produced by Kazuhiro Ichikawa. Kotaro Uchikoshi wrote the scenario, Tetsuya Komuro composed the music,[1] and Shōta Iwasaki designed the characters,[3] all three reprising their roles from the Punch Line anime;[4] the voice cast from the anime also reprised their roles for the game. The production of the 3D graphics was outsourced to the graphics studio Flight Unit.[1] The game's opening theme, 'Justice Punch, Here We Go!', was performed by Mikatan's voice actor Sora Amamiya, while the ending theme, 'Bad End', was performed by the idol group Iketeru Hearts.[5]

The story includes new material not featured in the original anime, including new mysteries and alternative endings; according to Uchikoshi, the new material approximately corresponds to ten episodes' worth of story on top of the twelve episodes of the anime.[1]

The game was announced in June 2015, with a planned release later that year;[6] it was eventually released for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita by 5pb. in Japan on April 28, 2016,[7][8] and is planned to be released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Microsoft Windows by PQube in Europe on August 31, 2018 and in North America on October 9.[9][10] The Japanese limited edition of the game includes a Punch Lineaudio drama written by Uchikoshi,[11] while the Western 'Cheermancy Edition' includes an artbook, a soundtrack album, a cat collar like the character Chiranosuke's, and a rubber pigeon mask.[12]


Review score

Famitsu liked the uniqueness of the game's setting and premise, and found it fun to set up pranks and watch them play out.[7]


  1. ^Punch Line (Japanese: パンチライン, Hepburn: Panchi Rain)


  1. ^ abcdRomano, Sal (2015-06-26). 'Punch Line game teaser website opened'. Gematsu. Archived from the original on 2016-05-01. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  2. ^Romano, Sal (2018-04-12). 'Punch Line game coming west this summer [Update]'. Gematsu. Archived from the original on 2018-04-12. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  3. ^Ressler, Karen (2018-04-17). 'Punch Line Game Listed in Ireland From PQube'. Anime News Network. Archived from the original on 2018-04-17. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
  4. ^Ressler, Karen (2014-11-27). 'Noitamina's Punch Line Anime by Ever17 Writer Previewed in Video'. Anime News Network. Archived from the original on 2017-02-28. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  5. ^Hallmark, Kyle (2016-03-06). 'Punch Line PS4/PS Vita Game's Opening Movie Streamed'. Anime News Network. Archived from the original on 2017-07-28. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  6. ^Romano, Sal (2015-06-23). 'Punch Line game coming to PS4, PS Vita this winter in Japan'. Gematsu. Archived from the original on 2017-10-07. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  7. ^ abc'パンチライン まとめ [Vita]'. Famitsu (in Japanese). Enterbrain. Archived from the original on 2016-08-13. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  8. ^ ab'パンチライン まとめ [PS4]'. Famitsu (in Japanese). Enterbrain. Archived from the original on 2016-09-15. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  9. ^Romano, Sal (2018-08-08). 'Punch Line game launches August 31 in Europe, September 25 in North America'. Gematsu. Archived from the original on 2018-08-08. Retrieved 2018-08-08.
  10. ^'We have some unfortunate news for our #PunchLine lovers in North America - due to stock delivery delays, the release has been pushed back to October 9th digitally and physically for PS4 and PSVita. We're very sorry about the delay!'. PQube. 2018-09-20. Retrieved 2018-09-20 – via Twitter.
  11. ^'『パンチライン』限定版特典ドラマCDを試聴できるムービーが公開 シナリオは打越鋼太郎氏書き下ろし'. Famitsu (in Japanese). Enterbrain. 2016-03-31. Archived from the original on 2016-09-08. Retrieved 2018-04-12.
  12. ^Romano, Sal (2018-07-13). 'Punch Line 'Cheermancy Edition' announced'. Gematsu. Archived from the original on 2018-07-13. Retrieved 2018-07-13.

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External links[edit]

  • Official website(in Japanese)
  • Punch Line at The Visual Novel Database

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