Over the years there have been hundreds of video games based on famous movies, with the late 20th and 21st centuries giving us a ton based on video games.
Everyone knows that such movies can be rather hit-and-miss affairs. You either get a faithful rendition of first-person shooting in DOOM, an action-horror in Resident Evil or an awful movie that shoehorns forced references to its source material because the plot wasn't developed enough (hello, Hitman: Agent 47).
Then there are the video games based on movies. Often released in a hurry, and developed in months rather than years (especially in the 1990s), video games like Avatar: The Game, various MCU Phase 1 games and the 2013 Star Trek game were disappointing, not just to film buffs but gamers, too.
Instead of translating the excitement of the silver screen into the living room, these titles offered bland experiences that were unfulfilling, carrying the signs of a desperate publisher looking to make a quick buck by riding the hype train of a movie.
In the 2010s, you're more likely to play a LEGO version of the latest blockbuster than a realistic adaptation. Are the following examples the worst video games you can buy?
Bryan Langley’s first self-bought console was the sublime Super Nintendo and he hasn’t ever stopped using his opposable thumbs since. He is based in Bristol, UK and is still searchin' for them glory days he never had.