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Publisher: Nedor Comics, AC Comics, America's Best Comics, Dynamite Entertainment
Miss Masque is a masked crime-fighter with a mysterious past. She first appeared in comic books published by Nedor Comics, and was later revived by AC Comics, America's Best Comics, and Dynamite Entertainment.
Charles Entertainment Cheese
Charles Entertainment Cheese, better known as Chuck E. Cheese, is the animatronic mascot of the family-friendly pizza restaurant chain Chuck E. Cheese. Originally debuting in 1977 as an anthropomorphic rat, Chuck E. Cheese underwent a major rebranding in 1993, changing his appearance to that of a mouse. In 2012, Chuck E. Cheese was rebranded again in an attempt to appeal to a younger audience. The new Chuck E. Cheese is smaller and "hipper" than his predecessors, and features a new look and attitude.
Game: Nintendo Entertainment System
In 1985, Nintendo released the Robotic Operating Buddy, or R.O.B. for short. This toy robot accessory was designed to work with the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and was only compatible with two games: Gyromite and Stack-Up. Despite its short lifespan, R.O.B. became a beloved figure in the gaming world and is still fondly remembered today.
R.O.B. was originally conceived as a way to help revive the struggling video game market after the crash of 1983. Nintendo marketed R.O.B. as a sophisticated toy experience that would appeal to children and adults alike. The plan worked, and R.O.B. helped to usher in a new era of gaming.
R.O.B. was discontinued a few years later, but he has remained a popular character in the Nintendo universe. He has appeared as a cameo or playable character in many games, most notably the Super Smash Bros. series.
So there you have it, the story of R.O.B., the world's only interactive robot. He may have been short-lived, but he left a lasting legacy on the gaming world.