"All computer games that are movie tie-ins are sh*t. It’s a universal truth. Usually rushed in development to coincide with a cinema release I defy anyone to think of a good one. Here are six of the worst…"
Such a brilliant show and one of the funniest characters ever on tv.
Tbs has this show on 1 1/2 to 2 hour marathons in the mornings from 5:00a.m./5:30a.m. to 7:00 a.m., I watch the marathons most of the time. This show was one of the last great comedy shows that actually made you laugh as it contained genuine comedy, I remember looking forward to watching married with children every sunday in fox's prime time slot. Now a days you would be lucky to even find a show that contains even a mildly funny joke or two each episode. I think that I might get all of the episodes to this show soon. 99% of new shows on t.v. these days are nothing but trash which is why I barely even try to watch new shows on t.v. these days because I know what to expect.
Off the top of my head, Goldeneye, Spider-Man 1 and 2, Batman, Batman Returns, Die Hard Arcade, Die Hard Trilogy, Indiana Jones Trilogy, the Super Star Wars games, Lego Indy/Star Wars/Harry Potter, Aladdin, The Lion King, Toy Story 3 and Rango sure weren't shitty. Cars 2 and the Green Lantern game seemed to turn out well (better than their movie counterparts?) Most of them suck. Some of them are pretty great. Video game movies, on the other hand...
Don't forget Wanted: Weapon's of Fate. I think that's not shitty and had an enjoyable gameplay.
this isnt what the article was intending but from reading the tittle i was under the assumption he meant tv reference in a video game or vice versa & had to share. Duke Nukom forver i thought royaly sucked ass, but in the first part of the game the south park refernce to the underpants knomes actually got a pretty good laugh out of me.
Goldeneye and the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer for me were the best examples.
It seems kind of odd that the best game on this list is Michael Jackson's Moonwalker Game, which I actually thought was pretty good in an odd sort of way.
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