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The Top 10 Foods In Gaming
The KFConsole has proved it. Gamers have an insatiable hunger that threatens the total domination of their virtual conquests.
But what if a machine that heats your delicious crispy chicken as you complete sidequests and amass headshots is not enough? What if all you had to do was reach into your screen and have the game you play relinquish its delicious culinary treasures into your hand? If and when that day comes, here is Wibbets.com's list of snacks we want to grab first.
#9 Turkey- Castlevania Symphony of the NightThough some mock the sanitary choice of poultry guarded by vampire castle walls, you can not deny that turkey looks delicious. Seasoned, cooked at a nice golden brown, and gorgeously plated. Gross or not, the roasted turkey would make for a gaming mood booster fit for any vampire slayer.
#8 Big Meat- Digimon WorldWe promise this list isn't all meat. Though to compare this delicacy with a traditional piece of sirloin is something of a disservice. Though it appears to look like something akin to a chunk of ham, the big meat-- like all matter in Digimon's digital world-- is made of code. You could eat this succulent and juicy chunk of field-grown goodness and probably risk zero of the artery issues.
#7 Sea-salt IceCream- Kingdom Hearts II
Not all snacks should be savory. Sometimes you want something quick and refreshing to quench your hardcore hunger. The sea-salt ice cream hails from the world of Kingdom Hearts based on a real-world snack from the Tokyo DisneySea theme park. This thing is a salt-water taffy that melts in your mouth instead of sticking in your teeth. How could you not want that while traveling the iconic Disney worlds?
#6 Toast Curry- Pokemon Sword and ShieldThe curry mechanic from Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield allows players to create a variety of delicious curries. Of the different forms, the toast curry provides the most alluring presentation. The thought of scooping these spicy or sweet flavors in a satisfying breaded crunch is a mental image that deals super-effective hunger damage.
#5 Fruit Cake- Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildRemove all of those nasty Holiday treats from your mind. Hylian fruit cake is no dry loaf of offensive flavors. Instead, we have images of a creamy spongey delight that would be the highlight of any birthday. Even if that birthday is in a post-calamity wilderness like Breath of the Wild.
#4 Steak Cube- Super Mario PartySizzling Stakes is a mini-game from Super Mario Party where players use the joy-con to flip a steak cube till all six sides are perfectly cooked. We've all had moments of cooking where we could SEE the deliciousness forming before us. Now you can relieve that experience minus the pleasure of actually eating the food.
#3 Maxim Tomato- Kirby's DreamlandThe Maxim Tomato is debuted in the Kirby franchise but might be more recognizable to fans of the Super Smash Bros series. The M tomato is a healing item that restores Kirby or anyone who obtains it to full health. It might not look delicious, but if it tastes anything like the feeling you get after grabbing it before your friends, then this is a treat fit for a champion.
#2 Pizza- TMNT Back from the SewersIt is an objective truth that pizza is the most delicious food ever invented. And if you have seen the opening to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze, you would know there's no better pizza than from the Ninja Turtles' universe. Thankfully, the Turtles have licensed video games for us to enjoy and dream the bliss of their cheesy half-shell lives.
#1 Cake- Portal The chocolate cake from Portal and Portal 2 might be the most infamous desert in video game history. Even people who have never touched a controller in their life might have encountered a meme alluding to the foreboding warning of "the cake is a lie." All foods on this list are equally non-existent and illusionary, but the cake is the only delicacy that taunts you with its falsehood. And that tease makes it all the more desirable.
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