Netflix is everyone's go-to dream machine. The platform has proven itself a bastion for reviving old shows and developing projects that nobody thought they would ever see.
On top of that, it also has shown a surprising propensity to develop video games into TV shows and movies, something big Hollywood is reluctant to touch. It has already produced great shows like CastleVania and has a slew of upcoming ones like The Witcher starring Henry Cavill, The Division starring Jake Gyllenhall, a new Resident Evil series, and animated versions of Devil May Cry and Cuphead.
So it's fair to say Netflix is more than just dipping its toe into the world of gaming. And this is a great thing for everyone. For decades we've had to endure mediocre to horrendous movie adaptions of our favourite video games. The simple reason for their failures is that you can't condense a lengthy video game experience into two hours and expect it to work. And that's why a 10 episode Netflix series is perfect for games.
Sadly, you won't find any PlayStation exclusives here because the company is adapting all their own properties, therefore a Netflix partnership is nigh-on impossible.
For everything else though? Let's see what sounds best.