Video games and movies have a shaky relationship. Movies based on video games can end up being either the next Resident Evil, spanning a franchise nearly as large as the video games they’re based on, or the next Super Mario Bros., being abandoned and forgotten like a bad hair style in your high school yearbook. Video games based on movies, on the other hand, have been mostly bad (with notable exceptions, such as Spider-Man 2, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, and just about any Matrix game outside the MMO). Far too often it feels like the video game was an afterthought, with the movie’s intellectual property being slapped on a subpar game that was rushed through production to meet the movie release date. Man of Steel is unfortunately no exception to this pattern of terrible movie-based games.