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

#3: Sonic The Hedgehog 3 (Ending)/Sonic and the Secret Rings (Moonwalk)

"Stranger in Moscow" is one of Michael Jackson's latest and greatest singles, but what some people don't know is that it's rumored to have originated from the soundtrack of Sonic the Hedgehog 3, specifically the ending theme in the game's finale. You can literally listen to the two songs side by side and see where MJ's inspiration came from. Or, maybe Sonic 3's theme came from Michael himself. He's rumored to have been originally set to compose for that classic Genesis title. Weird!

(Oh, did we mention that in Sega's Sonic and the Secret Rings, you can actually do the Moonwalk by tilting back on the Wii Remote?)

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