Submitted by PockyKing 998d ago | opinion piece

Childhood Memories: Movie Licensed Games

Velocity Gamer writes: Twenty years ago I got introduced to the wonderful world of video games. At the tender age of five years old, I was stricken with a disease known as the Chickenpox. The itching wouldn’t stop persisting, and it was a miserable experience. To help alleviate my symptoms my parents bought me a Sega Genesis. It definitely helped keep my mind of the sores and I learned about how amazing games could be. My first two games were Sonic the Hedgehog (more on it in another article) and Batman Returns. It was my first introduction to a movie licensed game. Over the years I have played my fair share of other movie licensed games. Some I found fun and others I thought were absolutely horrendous. However this isn’t going to be about the bad movie license games, it’s going to be about my positive experience I had playing movie licensed games as a child. (Retro)

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