Why Games Based on Movies Disappeared (And Why They’re Coming Back)

What do 2012’s biggest movies have in common? They’re all based on white-hot licenses. They’re all going to gross over $1 billion each when all is said and done, putting them in an elite tier of films. But there’s something else they share in common: Not a single one of them was accompanied by a tie-in console videogame. A Good Day to Die Hard, in theaters this weekend, is from a series that in the past has spawned all kinds of games featuring John McClane. This version? Nada.

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