The worst movies based on Great PlayStation, Xbox, and PC GAMES

Video games have often translated into great movies and fans have seen the likes of Detective Pikachu and Sonic the Hedgehog. However, some adaptations failed miserably to impress. Let's take a look at the worst movies based on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC Games.

Tomb Raider

While Angelina Jolie did a decent job as Lara Croft, the 2018 edition of the Tomb Raider series seriously disappointed fans and failed to pack a punch.

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Resident Evil

The Resident Evil franchise has been inconsistent with its movie adaptations. While some titles have been really good, most failed to live up to the legacy that the games have established.

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Hitman Agent 47 (2015) canceled out any good the earlier movie from the franchise did and the poor box office performance upset fans of the video game series.

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The movie edition of Warcraft was nowhere close to the immersive MMORPG environment created by World of Warcraft and no star cast could make up for that and a poor story.

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Mortal Kombat

The Mortal Kombat franchise as a whole has lacked the action and power put forward by the video games and it is doubtful whether the 2021 edition will be able to save anything.

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Street Fighter

Another fighting video game that creators thought would work well as a movie franchise. On the contrary, the couldn't be anymore wrong as fans certainly felt otherwise.

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Prince of Persia

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Prince of Persia: Sands of Time is still one of the best games a gamer would have ever played, but it was definitely one of the worst movies they would have watched.

Assassin's Creed

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The only regret Assassin's Creed fans have from a long list of titles is the movie. The gross injustice that the adaptation did to the video game franchise is unforgivable.

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