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The most interesting facts in gaming history that not everyone knows (Part 3)

Some Pokemon used to be human

As mentioned above, anything in the Pokemon world can be Pokemon, including humans. You might be thinking that developers run out of ideas and use people, but that’s not the case.

Nearly every generation has a few Pokemon that used to be human, a truly creepy detail that no one wants to be turned into monsters.

The earliest human-born Pokemon are Abra, Kadabra and Alakazam, but it won’t be until 3rd generation Pokemon. In Pokemon Emerald, Kadabra’s description in Pokedex states that it was rumored to be a boy with supernatural powers.

If that’s true, then at least Abra and Alakazam would have been human beings, even the boy’s family. A brother with similar powers may turn into Abra; while father and mother turn into Alakazam.

No one knows what happened, a terrible accident, or the fathers and mothers intentionally turned their children into monsters? Either way, they were trapped in the Pokemon form, having to live in Pokeball balls and fight to survive.

EJB Menu – Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat (or Black Dragon) is a series of games that is no stranger to a large number of gamers around the world, and thought that familiarity will make any secret no matter how dangerous it is.

But recently, a gamer uploaded to the internet an uncovered detailed clip that was in the arcade version of Mortal Kombat 1, 2, 3, although these games are nearly 20 years old.

EJB Menu – Mortal Kombat

Specifically, through a series of buttons in a row on the Mortal Kombat standby screen, players can make a special menu appear called “EJB Menu”.

Many fans quickly recognized EJB as the first 3 letters of the name Ed J Boon – the father of the Mortal Kombat game series, hinting that it was he who put this detail in the game.

The connection between Batman: Arkham City and Batman: Arkham Knight

A year after its release, the secret room in Batman: Arkham Asylum was revealed, but it took three people searching to find Arkham City.

The search began when a mysterious YouTube account posted a video giving Calendar Man special time hints. By setting the time On December 13, 2004, the player can tap Calendar Man and hear him speak references to how to find Arkham City.