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This would be very awesome. Same with Inception and Gangs of New York. The problem with movie games though is the way the industry goes about it. It isn't that movie games make crappy games... it's that the owners offer the franchise over to the big monopoly
video game publishers like EA... and they higher some no-talent group of 5 people to quickly put together a tie-in to the movie before it even comes to theaters. So crappy movie games thanks to the disrespecting Hollywood -types to the video game industry.--And
some of the big video game publishing company's collaboration doesn't help either. Bottom line is: in the right hands, these things would be pure gold. But at the same time, it will almost never happen. Decent game developers all want to be creative nowadays
and won't touch any franchise. I mean, lol, I'm surprised as anyone that Rocksteady was able to do so good with the Batman franchise. Anyone ever hear of them before??--I haven't.