Michael Jackson's 9 greatest video game moments

These nine moments are the ones that we'll always look back most fondly in Michael Jackson's memory

Michael Jackson, The King of Pop, was more than a musical icon and international entertainer. At heart, he was really just a big goofy kid who liked video games as much as he liked music. Sit back as we Moonwalk through Michael's greatest moments in video games, from Thriller references to one of the best arcade games in history.

Few people were as gifted as Michael Jackson: millions of records sold, pet tigers in his backyard, the flashiest clothes ever made, billions of adoring fans and arguably the best video game collection on the face of the planet. He had it all. MJ was so famous, he could be seen across multiple industries, and the gaming world was no exception. These nine moments are the ones that we'll always look back most fondly in Michael Jackson's memory.

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