Throughout his profession, Michael Jackson appeared in diverse video merriment titles. In his head appearance, Michael released a merriment based solely on his modern. Following appearances were cameos in other games. Everyone diversion's availability for confident consoles depends on when it was developed."Rumble 2 Rumble Boxing," a sports title available for PlayStation 2, PlayStation, GameBoy Advance, Sega DreamCast and Nintendo 64, features Michael Jackson as an unlockable bonus character. To unlock Michael, beat the game with any character all the way through twice. Alternatively, enter the character selection screen and press "R1" 13 times, then "R2," then "R1" 10 more times, then "R2." Michael Jackson will become available on the character screen, complete with one sparkly white glove.
In this Sega Genesis amusement, players rescue at sea children and filled course adventure levels. The pastime was originally matchless available in full-size arcade versions -- somewhat scarce nowadays. "Moonwalker" can be played by one or two players, and is locate against MIDI compilations of Michael's harmony.
Space Channel 5, Part 2
In "Room Channel 5, Department 2," Michael Jackson plays a pivotal role during the early round of boss fights in the fourth even. In course to Success, players must defeat the flagitious draft, Shadow, that has taken Michael hostage. When players defeat Shadow, Michael teaches them three fresh dance moves to use in future levels.
Rumble 2 Rumble Boxing
A multi-platform Proceeds, "Michael Jackson: The Involvement," was released in 2011, shortly after his departure.
MoonwalkerIn "Moonwalker," players defeat enemies with no sweat dance drive moves.
Michael Jackson: The Experience
A dance game for Xbox 360, PlayStation3, Wii, PSP and Nintendo DS, "Michael Jackson: The Experience" challenges players to mimic signature Michael routines. In the Xbox 360, PlayStation3 and Wii versions of the game, players use motion gaming controllers to dance along to Michael's music for points and achievements. In the PSP and Nintendo DS versions, however, buttons are pressed to complete dance moves. "Michael Jackson: The Experience" features both one- and two-player game modes.