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    Weirdest Licensed Video Games

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    Licensed video games often give players the chance to step into the shoes of their favorite movie, TV, or characters. However, sometimes these games take a decidedly strange turn, resulting in some of the weirdest licensed video games ever created. Let’s Check out some of the Weirdest Licensed Video Games.

    Pepsiman

    Weirdest Licensed Video Games - Pepsiman

    Pepsiman is a Japanese-exclusive game released in 1999 for the PlayStation. In this bizarre adventure, players control Pepsiman, a superhero of sorts who rushes to deliver Pepsi to people in need. The game features over-the-top Pepsi-related obstacles and scenarios, making it a surreal marketing effort that has become a cult classic.

    Doritos Crash Course

    Doritos Crash Course is an Xbox Live Arcade game released in 2010. It’s essentially an obstacle course platformer where players guide their avatars through challenging stages filled with Doritos-themed traps. While it may seem like an odd concept, it was created as a marketing tie-in for Doritos snacks and proved to be unexpectedly entertaining.

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    The Bachelor: The Videogame

    Imagine a video game adaptation of the reality TV show The Bachelor. Well, it exists… The Bachelor: The Videogame allows players to create their own Bachelor or Bachelorette and navigate the world of romance. It’s a strange blend of simulation and dating elements that attempts to capture the essence of the show.

    Gotham City Imposters

    Gotham City Imposters is an offbeat first-person shooter set in the Batman universe. In this game, players take on the role of amateur vigilantes or criminals inspired by Batman and the Joker. It’s a humorous and unconventional take on the superhero genre, featuring customizable characters and over-the-top combat.

    Sneak King (+ Other Burger King Games)

    Sneak King is one of the peculiar Burger King Xbox 360 games released as part of a fast-food promotion campaign. In Sneak King, players control the King himself as he sneaks around delivering surprise burgers to hungry citizens. The other Burger King games include Big Bumpin’ and PocketBike Racer, each with its own unusual premise.

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    If you’re looking for more games to add to your collection, be sure to check out some of our other gaming lists. From in-depth reviews to top 10 type lists, we’ve got plenty of content to keep you entertained and informed.

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    • Dex Fragg

      Founder of Game Craves and Reviewer.

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