For awhile, there was a big trend of games that were little more than corporate advertisements. We're not talking about having some small product placement in the background — these games were based entirely around product placement. The thing our corporate overlords wanted you to buy became the meat of the game. Of all of these games, perhaps the most noteworthy, and weirdest, is Pepsiman.
The entire game is as simple as can be. You, as Pepsiman — a man whose only super-power is running really fast and belching super-loud (presumably) — have to go around, delivering Pepsi to thirsty people. Your character runs straight forward, without stopping, and you guide him around all of the obstacles as he runs, ever onwards, to the thirsty people. The game apparently requires some dedication and precision, which is just the weirdest sentence to write about a video game where you're literally just a human representation of the Pepsi corporation.
All in all, the biggest tragedy about this game is that Pepsiman doesn't fight his arch-nemesis, Captain Coke, at the end. It'd still be a ridiculous, shameful, soulless game even if he did, but at least then it might make some competitive sense.