Past presidents of the United States have appeared in video games far more often than you might expect. And, often, this look is strange or feels out of place.
Let's take a look back at another video of the weirder game of andos and the appearance.
Why? Because today is a national holiday in the United States. She is happy President's Day. A time in America where people think of all our presidents and what to do in this country. Ah! Just playing, most of us don't care about them. We love taking a job or finding great deals in stores!
Condition 2 – George Washington and Abraham Lincoln
The main reason for making this list for the first time is because of this wild and wonderful ending. Speakers for Scenario 2, but in the end, the game closes with a cutscene showing Abe Lincoln and George Washington, dressed in military uniforms, jumping out of the portal to lend your character a hand. I've never looked at the context of this and I never will. This is perfect as it is.
Codename S.T.E.A.M – Abraham Lincoln
Old Abraham Lincoln also appears on Nintendo's published Codename S.T.E.A.M, a turn-based game in which Lincoln leads the good guys into an alien attack. In this game portrayed by Wil Wheaton, you know, that annoying kid from Star Trek The Next Generation. (She has done many other things since then, but when you get the chance to insult Wesley, she takes it.)
Mathematics 2 – Barrack Obama
Technically, when Barack Obama appeared Astrenaries 2 with a little DLC of $ 2, he was the only candidate and he still had to win the position. But, we all know history and Obama went on to win, which means he may have played Mercs 2 as president for eight years, Obama was in office. In fact, no it wasn't. This DLC only lets you play as Obama in a few hands on a special trip.
Call of Duty Black Ops – John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon
John F. Kennedy, 35th president of the United States, A single player campaign appears black Ops. Good and everything. But his best and strongest looks are in the game's Zombies mode. The intro video shows JFK, Castro, and Nixon at a table in the Pentagon. Suddenly, zombies attack! Also, Nixon will be president himself later, so this is a double presidential race. (And I'll always laugh at how Nixon lost his character when he heard something in the other room.)
NBA JAM! (2010) – George W. Bush and Barack Obama
It would be an NBA Jam tradition to include some political superstars in the game. But it is still very strange to see George Bush betrayed. It's a great workout to see Cheney running, pulling, or anything that involves physical exertion. And Joe Biden is in NBA Jam 2010 and depending on how the primaries turn out, we can have three presidents in this one game.
Ready for Explosion 2 – Bill Clinton
Adding a moderator to the boxing game looks incredible … and that's the end of the thought. I don't think there is a way to make this sound awkward or out of place. Funny? Certainly. But it is still amazing. Clinton in this play is called Mr. President also comes from D.C. He also has a strong jab. Watch people, POTUS Ready to Blast.
Bush Shoot-Out – George W. Bush
If you played games on Microlip.com back in the early 2000s, you already knew about the game. It was one of the most popular games on the site back in the day and you can in fact I still play it. You need to enable Flash to play it in your browser, but it works. (Until Flash completely killed by the end of 2020.) A realistic game is a simple point and click with a masterpiece. Good touch: You can shoot the lights and make the rooms dark. Many new games by 2020 STILL don't allow you to do that.
These are not the only examples of real-life presidents that have appeared in video games. But when they appear in historical games, where it makes a lot of sense for them to appear, it's not like it's funny to me.
If you want to learn more about the myths and realities of the president, check this out old Kotaku.