The Ten Best Film to Game Adaptations
Thursday 14 May 2009
Movie games, the scourge of the gaming industry. On the one hand, who wouldn't want to create the perfect movie tie-in?
Imagine a game where you can take part in your favourite movie. Fancy being a Jedi Knight for the day? No problem.
On the other hand however comes the inevitable pressure from on design studios to ship the product to coincide with the movie's release, and it is here where the problems of movie game tie-ins lie. Too often they are rushed, unfinished or just plain bad: a frustrating example of what might have been.
So which are the few to pass muster? Without further ado, here are our ten best movie games from across the years.
Click the image to the right to launch the guide, and leave your comments and suggestions below
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