Cinema and video games have been united since the beginning of time as a way to expand film stories and, at the same time, make boxes.
There are many games that we have been able to enjoy in our consoles, but very few have gone well for the lack of care of their producers. However, some have been saved from burning, and so in the next report, we will talk about the best fantasy video games based on sci-fi movies.
- Aladdin (1993)
In 1992 an animated film was released based on Aladdin’s famous tale and The Wonderful Lamp in which a young pilling falls in love with the Sultan’s daughter and with the help of a genius tries to conquer her.
It was such a success that a year later, Virgin Interactive and Capcom released two film-based games for Mega Drive and Super Nintendo. Both versions are excellent platforms that help us relive some of the most important events of the animation tape.
- Batman Returns (1992)
Tim Burton’s film reached the billboards amid the console boom and movie-based games.
Konami signed the best adaptation of Batman Returns. A beat them up for SNES that surprised us for its gameplay, graphics, and sound. Danny Elman’s great soundtrack helped the setting and got us even deeper into the Dark Knight’s skin.
- Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s Stone (2001)
Are Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s stone for PlayStation the best Harry Potter game ever created? Before its launch, we had only known magic through the pages of the books or on the screen of the cinema, but literally, put ourselves in the skin of the Chosen Child and traverse Hogwarts, go-to defense class against the Dark Arts or fight Malfoy and his thugs. It was simply an unforgettable experience.
- King Kong (2005)
After performing the successful Lord of the Rings trilogy, Peter Jackson performed a 1933 King Kong remake. While many still prefer the original, it can’t be denied that it was quite a hit from which a video game emerged. The famous Michael ankle, to whom we owe Beyond Good & Evil, joined ISOFT and Peter Jackson himself to create a title that would allow us to dive into Skull Island. An excellent adaptation that offered US action, terror, and puzzles.
- LEGO Star Wars: The Awakening of the Force (2016)
Many films have become video games in LEGO format, and The Star Wars saga is one of them. The Awakening of the Force adapts faithfully to make us relive all the events of Episode VII hilariously and colorfully.
One of its significant innovations was the naval battles that reminded us of classic games like Star Wars: Rogue Squadron. Some of the actors of the film, including Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, and John Boyega, lent their voice.
- Spider-Man 2 (2004)
Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man inaugurated a golden age for the superhero movies we’re still living in. Spider-Man 2 is the best Spider-Man movie and May the fans of Tom Holland forgive us.
His video game made us feel in Peter Parker’s skin thanks to his open world and a three-dimensional New York game in which we fought crime. Dr. Octopus was the main villain, but Shocker, Rhino and other enemies of Marvel’s crawling also appeared.