13 Weirdly Good Licensed Movie Games

13 Weirdly Good Licensed Movie Games

Do you love going to the movies? The answer must be YES. There's nothing quite like settling into a comfortable theater seat, being handed a large bucket of popcorn, and watching your favorite actors on the big screen. But what about when the movie is over? That's where movie games come in. Movie games are video games based on popular movies. Sometimes they're tie-ins to promote the movie, and sometimes they're just made for fun. But either way, they're always enjoyable!

It's no secret that many licensed movie games are terrible, rushed out the door to capitalize on a popular release. But every once in a while, you come across one that's surprisingly good. In this article, we'll take a look at some of the best-licensed movie games out there and explore why they work so well. Whether you're a gamer or just enjoy watching movies, you're sure to find something interesting here!

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Batman: Arkham Asylum (Batman) CRACKED.COM Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham series redefined what liscensed games could be with its excellent combat, stealth and atmosphere, and it all began with Batman: Arkham Asylum. Few other series have been able to capture the caped crusader experience in the same way since.

Source: IGN

Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Ghostbusters) CRACKED.COM Considered by some fans to be the true third film in the series, Ghostbusters: The Video Game sees the four original spectral exterminators reunite for a chaotic romp through various ghoul-infested locales throughout New York City.

Source: IGN

The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher's Bay (Riddick) CRACKED.COM The Riddick franchise is graced by not one, but two solid video game tie-ins with Assault on Dark Athena, but Butcher's Bay started it all. Few stealth games allow you to play as someone as unsubtle as Vin Diesel and still have it feel right.

Source: Gamespot

Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (Lord of the Rings) Button 1-Speed 2160/10000 30 CRACKED.COM If a more direct Lord of the Rings tie-in game is your thing, look no further than Return of the King. This co-op hack and slasher lets you slaughter Sauron's forces in droves, and just about everyone in the fellowship is fully playable.

Source: IGN

Goldeneye (Goldeneye) CRACKED.COM One of the most beloved movie tie-in games of all time, Rare Interactive's Goldeneye set the standard for James Bond games. Despite getting released a full two years after the 1995 film, Nintendo 64 players were immediately enthralled by it's now iconic split screen multiplayer (so long as no one played Oddjob).

Source: Polygon

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