10 Company Branded Video Games That Didn't Suck

McDonalds Treasure Land Adventures (1993)

Platform: Sega Mega Drive

Publisher: Sega

With McDonalds being the world heavyweight in fast food, it’s no surprise that they’ve also produced more video games than any other company to peddle their junk. Most McPlayers will likely remember the surprisingly popular M.C. Kids for the NES, but McDonalds Treasure Land Adventures for the Sega Genesis was by far a superior game.

With level aesthetics reminiscent of Sonic the Hedgehog and a soundtrack as addictive as their crispy, golden fries, Treasure Land Adventures let players take on the role of Ronald McDonald himself as he searched for the missing pieces to a treasure map. It’s important to note that one of the bosses is literally an evil anthropomorphic tomato, proving once and for all that McDonalds wants you despise healthy food as much as possible.

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