The 8 Worst Nintendo Games Based On TV/Movie Properties

From E.T. to Lost, video game spinoffs of TV shows and films have a consistent track record of being lame. This phenomenon was never more apparent than during the heyday of the Nintendo Entertainment System when it seemed like every third game released was an attempt to cash in on a screen property. Every now and again, one of these releases was actually quite decent (see Goonies II), but mainly they were boring platformers that were heavy on aggravation and light on fun. Here's a look at eight TV/movie games for the NES that either squandered their potential or just plain sucked.

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