11. MegaMan (NES, 1987)

Complex Critique: The first thing that strikes us is the complete visual disconnect between this piece and the actual game—art historians now believe that the artist (whose identity is lost to the obscuring fog of history) found a worn-down set of colored pencils in the dumpster and drew a picture of a disgruntled UCLA student from the future who just blew up the intergalactic Sandals resort.

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