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Submitted by chrispseuphoria 839d ago | opinion piece

Four Licensed Games I Wish Existed or Exist In The Future

PlayStation Euphoria: In gaming, there are so many missed opportunities with already established properties on other entertainment mediums. From the generic cover based Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows games to the alleged cancellation of Star Wars Battlefront 3, there have been many disappointments. On the other hand, licensed games have brought us the likes of Batman: Arkham Asylum/City, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom and Injustice: Gods Among Us which have all been successful in taking what was great originally and working on that concept. Despite these excellent titles, there should be crazier ideas out there coming to life! Here are Four Licensed Games I Wish Existed or Exist In The Future (BioWare, Dice, Harry Potter BioWare, Injustice 2, Injustice: Gods Among Us, PS3, PS4, Star Wars: Battlefront III, Telltale Games, TellTale Games Doctor Who)

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