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Another underrated Square original, Kingsglaive ended up being more than just a companion piece to its video game tie-in, telling the story of how far a knight will go to protect his kingdom.
A gritty reimagining of the beloved Nintendo mascot, Super Mario Brothers, in hindsight, was a surprisingly tight adventure without a single dull moment through its lengthy runtime.
While it was surprisingly well directed, choreographed and acted, Max Payne felt held back by its PG-13 rating.
Bombastic, hammy, and with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer to the face, Tomb Raider ditched any attempt at realism that often plagues video game adaptations, instead choosing to embrace its ridiculous roots to full effect.
Lara Croft - Tomb Raider was a memorable thrillride that was wise enough not to pretend it was more than what it was.
While aesthetically pleasing, and with some interesting new monster designs, Silent Hill fails where it should've hit hardest: the psychology of its characters and the crushing loneliness of the iconic town.
Watch Jacob's Ladder instead. It's what you're looking for.