Five of the Strangest Food Items in Video Games
Food in video games has taken very interesting forms throughout the years. Some are expected, such as banana items in the Donkey Kong Country games--Donkey Kong is a giant monkey, you know. However, some of the food items used are just plain weird. After the jump: The five strangest food items in video gaming.
Giant Turkey Leg Hidden in Ancient Castle Walls
There's absolutely nothing wrong with eating a giant turkey leg. Sure, they cost and arm and a... well, leg at theme parks such as Disneyland, but they're tasty and nutritious. In many video games, most notably in the Castlevania series, players find these giant turkey legs hidden behind the walls of Dracula's castle. So unless they're freshly prepared and hidden away, these food items are probably hundred of years old. Disgusting! However, the fact that they're centuries-old isn't going to stop the Belmont clan from feasting away at these giant legs.
Apple Found in Trash Cans
(Streets of Rage)
Pot Roast found on the Street
Bell and Key
Pac-Man eats just about anything during his battle with the ghosts. Cherries, pretzels, peaches, and just about any fruit you can think of. He also eventually consumes keys and bells. Keys and bells? Why on Earth would the designers of Pac-Man design him to eat such random items as keys and fruits?
(Legend of Zelda)
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