Top 10 Creepiest Arcade Games Purchased By Michael Jackson

You’d think that just the fact that Michael Jackson kept his Neverland Ranch stocked with kid-friendly video games would be creepy enough. But no, it gets even creepier when you really zero in on some of the specific arcade “classics” that Jacko was, um, playing.

And we’re not even counting the wooden pony rides and photo booths lurking in the full catalogue from Julien’s Auctions, which is helping the cash-strapped King of Pop unload his mansions full of crap. (Bidding begins April 22nd, so you have time to save up.)

Sure, we found some normal games like Ms. Pac-Man and Frogger in Michael’s collection. But we also found these:

10. Megatouch Maxx (available for $300-$500)

Who among us would not gratefully allow our children to privately join Michael Jackson for a game of “Megatouch?”

9. Galaxy Force ($1,500-$2,500)

We can picture Michael sitting in this contraption, beckoning. Sorry to put that image in your head, but we had to get it out of ours.

8. Crystal Castles ($300-$500)

“Come children, let’s cross the moat of the Crystal Castles and drink from the Fountain of Jesus Juice.”

7. Danger Zone ($500-$700)

It’s like the game was trying to tell us something.

6. Cruis’n Exotica ($1,500-$2,000)

“‘Cruis’n?’ OK, you’ve got my attention. But is that the whole title?”

5. WWF Royal Rumble ($1,500-$2,500)

What better way to simulate the sweaty intensity of the wrestling ring than rumbling with His Royal Highness, the King of Pop?

4. Clown Around ($100-$150)

Clowns = creepy. Clowns + Michael Jackson = Scarier than “Hostel.”

3. Dark Stalkers ($800-$1,200)

This would be more on the nose if MJ’s skin was actually dark.

2. Beach Head 2002
($1,500-$2,000)

On its own, “Beach Head” sounds innocent enough. Wait – no it doesn’t.

1. Nintendo Virtual Boy ($100-$150)

Um… somebody get that jury back in here – quick.

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