There’s no shortage of television and movie studios trying to strike gold with adaptions of popular video games, but what seems to be a quieter approach is the opposite.
You don’t have to look far to find video games based on movies, TV shows, or books, many of which have become massively successful. Despite the successes, a long train of mediocrity lines the path to the winners.
Still, developers frequently latch onto these established materials and provide gamers a chance to interact further with their favorite worlds and characters from the screen and page.
From Established Material to Video Games
I look to one of my favorite adaptations. The Simpsons: Hit & Run was a popular title in my home growing up.
This is a fun game, standing firmly on the shoulders of its predecessor The Simpsons: Road Rage. It provided all the zaniness The Simpsons are known for…
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