Top 10 Video Games that Should Never Be Made Into Movies

egnomac
Hollywood has proven that they are incapable of making a good movie based on a video game and here is list of video game franchises that should never be adapted into a movie.

The Top Ten

1 Tetris

There is absolutely no way to make a movie about Tetris and yet there are actual plans to turn Tetris into a movie even worst they want to turn it into a trilogy of movies who the hell wants a movie let alone a trilogy of movies about Tetris and the scariest part its going to be made by the same people who made by the people who made that piece of crap Foodfight. - egnomac

2 Uncharted: Drake's Fortune
3 The Legend of Zelda

As much as I really want to see a movie based on The Legend of Zeda there are so many ways for things to on go horribly wrong with this. - egnomac

4 Kingdom Hearts

A movie based on Kingdom Hearts would be impossible due to just trying to get the liscence rights to the many diffrent Disney movies plus there would be too many things to include. - egnomac

5 Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy

Even if they decide to do the same with what they did with Ratchet and Clank and made the movie almost exactly like the game it would still suffer from the same problems with terrible writing and making the characters unlikable. - egnomac

6 Portal
7 SoulCalibur

Hollywood has proven they can bareley make a decent movie based on a fighting game, a movie based on a fighting game where people battle each other with weapons sounds nice but Hollywood would just F it up. - egnomac

8 Monster Hunter
9 Sonic the Hedgehog

A Sonic movie sounds like a good idea but Hollywood would just turn it into something unrelated and have very little to do with the Sonic franchise. - egnomac

Sonic Boom was enough of a butchery - we can't risk even more damage to the franchise from a film of it turning out to be worse than The Emoji Movie. - Entranced98

10 Pacman Pacman Pac-Man is the protagonist fictional character of the franchise of the same name by Namco, who was first introduced in the Japanese arcade game Pac-Man on May 22, 1980 in Japan, later released in the United States in October the same year.

They couldn't even make a decent cartoon series about Pac-Man so the chances of them making a good Pac-Man movie would be very slim. - egnomac

Like with the Sonic franchise and Sonic Boom, it's been damaged enough already with Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures. - Entranced98

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