WC: Many cartoon intellectual properties have had game tie-ins over the years. Some were OK; and some were, shall we say, not realised in the most engaging or commercially successful ways possible. And yet, there still remain many worthwhile properties yet to be used to establish a franchise.
So here we stand at a crossroads of opportunity: a time when video games can be created that are immensely satisfying in terms of graphics, sound, and story; and yet, a time when games sometimes seem to suffer from a paucity of compelling examinations of the moral conundrums that heroes should be going through in order to prove that they deserve the moniker.
Games that, say, revisit the idealism of childhood and focus it through the lens of maturity to create something both old and new; and something, hopefully, that is more compelling than the original.
Here, for your consideration, are 10 such properties that could arguably be the front runners for such a revisitation.