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Why Food and Video Games Mesh So Well

KFC and Genshin Impact is just one of many collaborations between food and video games.

Imagine yourself as a kid. Playing on your big block TV on a PS1. What’s on the TV? Well, it’s PEPSIMAN of course! Before Temple Run was a thing and endless runners became the norm on mobile gaming for a few yers, Pepsiman was the OG endless running game.

Pepsiman is just one of many examples of food and beverage brands crossing over with food. When it comes to more recent examples, Nissin partnered with Square Enix to bring their famous Cup Noodles to life in Final Fantasy XV.

The examples I mentioned just now are some of the many crossovers we’ve seen in history. On this episode of The Geeky Juans, Jude lists down his favorite food and video game crossovers throughout the years. You’ll be surprised about Number 1.

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Jude discusses his favorite food and video game crossovers including KFC and Genshin Impact.

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