Not retro? Don't post it here, should be pretty obvious how that works. Spiderman on the N64/PSX was decent though.
I'd nominate Willow on the NES even if it is pretty vastly different from the movie. (What NES game wasn't though)
All the Alien 3 games are pretty decent. The Game Boy version is the most unique one. Some sort of crude survival horror game.
True Lies of course.
The Harry Potter games for PS1 and PC by Argonauts.
>A whole slew of Star Wars games.
The few Star Wars games that are actually diretly based on the movies are mediocre at best. And no, Pod Racing is only based on a small part of the movie and is not a game made for the entire movie. Those episode 1 games are shit.
Batman on Amiga is great too.
One of the best Doom clones I've ever played. I specially loved the atmosphere and the soundtrack.
Even though it's very short and there isn't much replay value and the dude looks nothing like Brice Willis
Can't go wrong with Super Empire Strikes Back, in my opinion the best of the SNES trilogy.
Finished this game tons of times in the arcade. Loved it! I also loved the realism, like how an anti-tank rifle, pointe blank, could knock someone over but took 3-5 shots to kill them =3 seriously though, great game!
He looked more like Bruce on the Japanese cover, even though the game lacked the Die Hard license over there. He's even named Bruno.
Man, this game was awesome! The ring sections were challenging, but certainly fun!
>True Lies of course.
That game was so much fun, but it was ridiculously hard. We mostly just cruised around trying different levels once we got the level passwords.
Using the invincibility and infinite ammo cheats made it quite fun to just mow down all the mooks, though.
>10 years old
>fucking loved the superman cartoon
>had all the toys n shit
>saw superman covered multiple times in Nintendo power
>shitting bricks in anticipation of sweet open world superman goodness
>this shit is gonna be ocarina of superman
>Christmas is coming up
>tell my dad I want superman for nintendo 64
>I want it so bad
>Christmas finally comes
>my family always did presents to each other on Christmas eve and then my parents would bust out the big shit "from Santa" on Christmas morning
>by this point my brother was 15 and I was almost 11 but they did that shit anyway because Christmas is fucking magical
>no superman to be found in my Christmas eve presents
>I see your game, dad
>Santa gon hook a muthafucka up tomorrow
>can hardly sleep because I know as soon as I wake up I'm gonna be playing superman on my Nintendo 64 and eating fucking Christmas cookies while I drink hot goddamn cocoa and it's going to be the best moment of my 10 year old life
>I wake up
>I rush downstairs
>rip and tear into that shit
>It's not superman 64
>It's the superman game for game boy that Titus made a year earlier
>my dad tells me the 64 game hadn't come out yet
>my heart sinks
>I play the game boy game and it's pretty bad but playable
>superman 64 eventually comes out and is panned
>still to this day I've never played superman 64
>thank you dad
>somehow you knew and saved me
His appearance on Project X Zone was fun, and it's funny the guy who dubs Bruce Willis in Japan voiced Bruno in that game.