Let's pretend Ron Burgundy is real. That means he would've been semi-famous in the '70s. That means it's conceivable that Nintendo would have turned his life into a videogame in the '80s. Sure.
There's no need to journey to an alternate universe to see what that would have looked like. No, no, the fine folks over at CineFix have taken care of that for us. This awesome video gives us a full 8-bit (and then some) rendering of an old-school NES style "Anchorman" game, just as we are all gearing up for the release of the cameo-packed "Anchorman: The Legend Continues," which finds the Channel 4 News Team played by Will Ferrell, Steve Carrell, Paul Rudd et al kicking it in the decade of Rubik's cubes and Van Halen videos.
Maybe this is a thing we can make happen? For real? After all, if a movie deserves a museum exhibit, surely a video game can't be too far off.