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A Guide to Movie Based Video Games, 2001 Onwards (Hardback)

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By Christopher Carton
Imprint: White Owl
Pages: 272
Illustrations: 273 colour illustrations
ISBN: 9781399048255
Published: 10th June 2024


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Play Along with the Film!

When gaming moved from the 16-bit era and into the exciting realm of 3D gameplay, Hollywood properties continued their journey into the interactive medium. Popular home and handheld consoles played host to ambitious titles that sought to bridge the gap between movies and video games, providing fans with scenarios that both replicated and went beyond their favourite stories.

Gathered in this book are some of the biggest video games that originated from movies; some being direct adaptations and others that expanded existing universes. With 20 chapters covering over 450 games - including every Lego movie video game and franchises such as Star Wars, Aliens, Disney, Pixar and The Lord of the Rings - A Guide to Movie Based Video Games: 2001-2023 gives readers a chance to revisit and discover the ups and downs of licenced titles across two action-packed decades.

Load up the reels, press start, and immerse yourself in timeless adventures!

An interesting look at games based on movies, some really interesting information in it. A must read for game (and movie) fans!

NetGalley, Emma Byrne

About Christopher Carton

Chris Carton is a pop culture fan, with a major love for movies and video games. He’s been playing since birth, finding a passion for games in the Amiga and Commodore 64 systems. When he’s not writing about games and movies, he loves playing and watching them, drumming and spending time with his family. He was born in Galway but now lives in Cork. 

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