Name: Kyle Brown
Species: Human (possessing holographic being)
Skin Color: Blue
While playing the video game known as Kid Crusader, Kyle's avatar has superhuman strength and agility. He is also almost completely invulnerable, but he has a Health Bar. His Health Bar, when depleted, gives Kyle a "Game Over", and does not let him play for a while. In addition, he has a "score", which he gains by simply punching and kicking opponents. If his "score" gets high enough, he gains abilities such as electrokinesis, energy constructs, flight and superhuman speed. However, the longer he uses them, the more of his score gets depleted, and when it runs out, he cannot use his powers any more. Also, due to his attacks being the result of pressing buttons, they are very repetitive and can be easily predicted.
Kyle Brown was a 16-year-old kid currently going to high school. His father, Ray, was a scientist for the army who was working on a secret military weapon known as Project: Kid Crusader. Basically, it was a video game that manifested itself in the real world as a superhuman being. The military, tired of their soldiers always getting injured, would send these to arcades everywhere to create an army of superheroes that kids would control using the machine. However, there was a glitch that would make the beings all pixelated and transparent, rendering the machines useless. Ray worked on this for months, and eventually found a way around the glitch. However, he had a change of heart and decided not to share his secret as he was worried children would abuse the machine and become vilains. However, Kyle, who was obsessed with superheroes, begged his father to use the machine, which he eventually agreed to. He then became the hero known as Player-1!