Okay, maybe Journey isn’t the most rockingest of rock acts to start our, ahem, journey with here – but Journey Escape is one of the first video games to ever feature a band of any style, so here it is. Released for the Atari 2600 console, the game has the player take command of the band members, guiding them, vertically, to a “Scarab Escape Vehicle” (the same contraption featuring on the cover of their 1991 album, Escape) so as to make their next show on time. In the way: “love-crazed groupies”, “sneaky photographers”, and “shifty-eyed promoters”. Weirdly, the band’s manager is depicted, in game, as the Kool-Aid mascot. Trust us: you don’t need this in your life. In 1983 another Journey-based game emerged, this time in the arcades, simply titled Journey – it, also, was terrible, just terrible.