Continue Play's Dale Morgan takes a look at the often-despised world of movie-based videogames, and selects his pick of 5 games based on films which DON'T suck.
I love Blade Runner... such a good game
No mention of Riddick though? That game is the epitome of good movie-based games. And what about the Ghostbusters Video Game which was released in like 08/09? I loved that game.
This list is missing Scarface: The World Is Yours on PlayStation 2.
But... it's a list of movie games which DON'T suck ;)
yeah, it wasn't a bad GTA clone by any means i remember really liking it back in the day
Alien 3 on the SNES was a really excellent side-scrolling shooter. Should be on here. Well written article though.
Also, the console versions of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. That game was easily the best of any of the Harry Potter games. In my opinion, yes, even over the Lego games.
Yes, the first 3 Harry Potter games were awesome, after that they went to sh*t...
I enjoyed a fair few of the star wars related games. Jedi knight is most memorable for me.
No Toy Story 2 Easily the best movie tie in game on the PS1
i always really liked Star Wars Battlefront II the space combat in it was really fun especially in the multiplayer where i'd just go to the other team's base and troll them with explosives :D
Captain America is a great game,I've had a copy since day one and still play it today.
Scarface on ps2 was beast
Played Quantum of Solace for PS2 and i had some fun with it Also had some fun too with Judge Dredd on Sega Genesis, Punisher on PS2, Ghostbuster NES/SEGA/PS3, Jurassic Park (SNES/SEGA), or LotR.
I liked Pod racer, I enjoyed that more than the phantom menace. Ghostbusters on commodore 64 was great as well.
Enter the Matrix
wow i actually agree with everything on this list, wolverine origins was the big surprise for me when it released. wasn't expecting anything out of that game
There are plenty of other decent tie-in games, of course - a number of them have already been mentioned. Toy Story 3 was a really good one in recent years.
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