Recently we saw the memory of The mummy is destroyed, an example of a great game based on the most mediocre movies. Historically, licensed games – usually movies – have not enjoyed the best of reputations as they have often been shoved by understaffed developers into a rush to get to the release date. movies and perhaps , taking advantage of some of the synergies of multimedia marketing and other things.
Of course, there are games like GoldenEye 007 arrived spectacularly late (21 months after the movie!) and proved that a quality game can stand on its own two feet, but despite the overall improvement in quality when it comes to games games are licensed on consoles, there is still a stigma surrounding them. Licensed game is not good is common thinking, even if ‘average’ would be a more appropriate adjective.