Video games usually have a title, comprised of words that are themselves composed of letters. The SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) was a video game console that saw the release of many game cartridges for it. Here are three of them that happened to have the letter “e” somewhere in their title.
1) Brett Hull Hockey ’95
I have never played this game, but I assume it has something to do with ice hockey. I have heard of Brett Hull.
2) Donkey Kong Country
With its innovative graphics, bodacious soundtrack, and darned solid side-scrolling platforming gameplay throughout, Donkey Kong Country brought classic character Donkey Kong back into mainstream gamer consciousness. This time, however, he was no villain — he had a quest of his own, off to recover his stolen horde of bananas. I have played this video game, still owned it, and it not only released for the 16-bit SNES console, but definitely has the letter “e” in its title.
3) Lethal Weapon
Much like Bret Hull Hockey ’95, I have never played this game, but have heard of its eponymous subject. I would guess that this has something to do with the action movie of the same name.
Honorable mention: Mario Paint, which was considered for this article, until it was understood upon closer examination that its title does not actually contain the letter “e” anywhere in it at all.