5 Movies You Never Knew Had Video Games. Totally Cool

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We honestly didn’t know these existed till we decided to write this. So here are the 5 Movies You Never Knew Had Video Games

#1 Video Games List – Akira
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After being lost for more than twenty-five years, a prototype of a canceled Akira video game for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive has been discovered.

At the 1994 Consumer Electronics Show, footage of this title, which was from THQ, was also exhibited. Below is video of the game.

#2 Video Games List – Electric Dreams Back to The Future
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The game was made for the Commodore 64. The player controls Marty McFly through various stages set in 1955 in the single-mode game, in which he collects different clock icons to progress to the next level and escape the gradual disappearance of his future (indicated by a fading photograph at the bottom of the screen). Marty would lose a life if the photograph disappears entirely, as it would show him vanishing.

#3 Video games list – Men In Black: Alien Crisis
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In Men In Black: Alien Crisis, players take on the role of Peter Delacoeur, a MIB Agent in training, assigned to unearth enemy aliens who are planning to destroy planet Earth. With hidden surveillance and stealthy guards on the prowl, players must ambush confidential alien intelligence and stop all alien attacks. Men In Black: Alien Crisis brings exciting, realistic MIB Agent movements as players shoot, and dodge their way through action-packed levels to escape fierce alien assaults.

#4 Video Games List – Suburban Commando
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Hogan, aka intergalactic hero Shep Ramsey, loosely following the plot of the film, flies through space, crash-lands on earth, and beats up the bad guys. An R-Type-like horizontal space shooter is the first level; kill drone formations and collect weapon upgrades. Read more about it here.

#5 Video Games List – Masters of the Universe: The Motion Picture
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Masters of the Universe: The Movie is an action-adventure game developed and released in 1987 by Gremlin Graphics. It is based on the Gary Goddard-directed American film Masters of the Universe (1987). The film and the game are part of the media franchise Masters of the Universe.

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