Gamenesia: I strongly believe that games don’t belong on the Hollywood radar unless the film can achieve, at a bare minimum, everything the game already means to us. Thus far, video game movies have been nothing but critical flops. But one thing to learn from the vast array of adaptions to film from other mediums is that their potential for success is equal to their potential for failure. As fanmade teaser trailers for Zelda and Metroid movies have proven to us, video games are no exception. What exactly does it mean for a video game movie to be “good,” and how can one ensure it will turn out well? First, we need to examine what makes any movie good.