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List of films based on video games

This is a list of film adaptations of video games. These include local, international, direct-to-video and TV releases, and (in certain cases) online releases. They include their scores on Rotten Tomatoes, the region in which they were released (for foreign adaptations), approximate budget, their approximate box office revenue (for theatrical releases) and the publisher of the original game at the time the film was made (this means that publishers may change between two adaptations of the same game or game series, such as Mortal Kombat). Also included are short films, cutscene films (made up of cutscenes and cinematics from the actual games), documentaries with video games as their subjects and films in which video games play a large part (such as Tron or WarGames). Pokémon: Detective Pikachu is the only live-action film based on a video game that hasn't received a rotten score by Rotten Tomatoes.[1]

Contents

Theatrical releasesEdit

International (live-action)Edit

Title Release date Worldwide box office Rotten Tomatoes
(Tomatometer)
Rotten Tomatoes
(audience score)
Metacritic Original game publisher
Super Mario Bros. May 28, 1993 $20,915,465[2] 21%[3] 28% N/A Nintendo
Double Dragon November 4, 1994 $2,341,309[4] 8%[5] 26% N/A Technōs Japan
Street Fighter December 23, 1994 $99,423,521[6] 11%[7] 20% N/A Capcom
Mortal Kombat August 18, 1995 $122,195,920[8] 46%[9] 57% 58/100[10] Midway Games
Mortal Kombat: Annihilation November 21, 1997 $51,376,861[11] 2%[12] 25% 11/100[13] Midway Games
Wing Commander March 12, 1999 $11,578,059[14] 10%[15] 25% 21/100[16] Origin Systems
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider June 15, 2001 $274,703,340[17] 20%[18] 47% 33/100[19] Eidos
Resident Evil March 15, 2002 $102,984,862[20] 34%[21] 67% 33/100[22] Capcom
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life July 25, 2003 $156,505,388[23] 25%[24] 44% 43/100[25] Eidos
House of the Dead October 10, 2003 $13,818,181[26] 3%[27] 9% 15/100[28] Sega
Resident Evil: Apocalypse September 10, 2004 $129,342,769[29] 20%[30] 60% 35/100[31] Capcom
Alone in the Dark January 28, 2005 $10,442,808[32] 1%[33] 10% 9/100[34] Infogrames
Doom October 21, 2005 $55,987,321[35] 19%[36] 34% 34/100[37] id Software
BloodRayne January 6, 2006 $3,650,275[38] 4%[39] 16% 18/100[40] Majesco Entertainment
Silent Hill April 21, 2006 $97,607,453[41] 31%[42] 62% 31/100[43] Konami
DOA: Dead or Alive September 7, 2006 $7,516,532[44] 33%[45] 36% 38/100[46] Tecmo
Postal July 21, 2007 $146,741[47] 7%[48] 33% 22/100[49] Ripcord Games
Resident Evil: Extinction September 21, 2007 $148,412,065[50] 23%[51] 58% 41/100[52] Capcom
Hitman November 21, 2007 $99,965,792[53] 15%[54] 57% 35/100[55] Eidos
In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale January 11, 2008 $13,097,915[56] 4%[57] 22% 15/100[58] Microsoft Studios
Far Cry October 2, 2008 $743,634[59] N/A[60] 11% N/A Ubisoft
Max Payne October 17, 2008 $85,416,905[61] 16%[62] 29% 31/100[63] Rockstar Games
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li February 27, 2009 $12,764,201[64] 5%[65] 17% 17/100[66] Capcom
Tekken March 20, 2010 $967,369[67] 0% [68] 31% N/A Bandai Namco Games
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time May 28, 2010 $336,365,676[69] 37%[70] 58% 50/100[71] Ubisoft
Resident Evil: Afterlife September 10, 2010 $300,228,084[72] 23%[73] 48% 37/100[74] Capcom
Resident Evil: Retribution September 14, 2012 $240,004,424[75] 29%[76] 51% 39/100[77] Capcom
Silent Hill: Revelation October 26, 2012 $52,302,796[78] 8%[79] 35% 16/100[80] Konami
Need for Speed March 14, 2014 $203,277,636[81] 22%[82] 57% 39/100[83] Electronic Arts
Hitman: Agent 47 August 21, 2015 $82,347,656[84] 8%[85] 40% 28/100[86] Square Enix
Warcraft June 10, 2016 $433,537,548[87] 28%[88] 77% 32/100[89] Blizzard Entertainment
Assassin's Creed December 21, 2016 $240,558,621[90] 18%[91] 43% 36/100[92] Ubisoft
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter January 27, 2017 $312,257,250[93] 37%[94] 48% 49/100[95] Capcom
Tomb Raider March 16, 2018 $273,521,715[96] 52%[97] 56% 48/100[98] Square Enix
Rampage April 13, 2018 $428,028,233[99] 52%[100] 73% 45/100[101] Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Pokémon: Detective Pikachu May 10, 2019 $292,990,123[102] 65%[103] 83% 53/100[104] Nintendo
Sonic the Hedgehog[105] November 8, 2019[106] TBA TBA TBA Sega
Monster Hunter[107] September 4, 2020[108] TBA TBA TBA Capcom
Mortal Kombat[109] March 5, 2021[110] TBA TBA TBA Midway Games
Untitled Minecraft film March 4, 2022[111] TBA TBA TBA Microsoft
Untitled Metal Gear Solid film TBA TBA TBA TBA Konami

International (animated)Edit

Title Release date Worldwide box office Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic Original game publisher
Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie August 6, 1994 $16,000,000[112] Capcom
Pokémon: The First Movie July 18, 1998 (JP)
November 10, 1999 (NA)
$172,744,662[113] 15%[114] 35/100[115] Nintendo
Pokémon: The Movie 2000 July 17, 1999 (JP)
July 21, 2000 (NA)
$133,949,270[116] 19%[117] 28/100[118] Nintendo
Pokémon 3: The Movie July 8, 2000 (JP)
April 6, 2001 (NA)
$68,411,275[119] 21%[120] 22/100[121] Nintendo
Pokémon 4Ever July 7, 2001 (JP)
October 11, 2002 (NA)
$28,023,563[122] 16%[123] 25/100[124] Nintendo
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within July 11, 2001 $85,131,830[125] 45%[126] 49/100[127] Square
Pokémon Heroes July 13, 2002 (JP)
May 16, 2003 (NA)
$20,867,919[128] 17%[129] 27/100[130] Nintendo
Pokémon: Zoroark: Master of Illusions July 10, 2010 $71,143,529[131] Nintendo
Yo-kai Watch: The Movie December 20, 2014 $80,268,947[a] 80%[132] Level-5
Yo-Kai Watch: Enma Daiō to Itsutsu no Monogatari da Nyan! December 19, 2015 $58,850,969[b] Level-5
Ratchet & Clank April 29, 2016 $11,821,329[133] 21%[134] 29/100[135] Sony Interactive Entertainment
The Angry Birds Movie May 20, 2016 $352,333,929[136] 43%[137] 43/100[138] Rovio Entertainment
Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV July 9, 2016 (JP)
August 19, 2016 (NA)
$6,550,000[139][140] 13% 35/100[141] Square Enix
Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! July 15, 2017 (JP)
November 5, 2017 (NA)
$37,552,407[142][143] 43% TBA Nintendo
Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us July 13, 2018 (JP)
November 24, 2018 (NA)
$23,740,788[144] 60% TBA Nintendo
The Angry Birds Movie 2 August 14, 2019 TBA TBA TBA Rovio Entertainment
Untitled Mario film[145][146][147] 2022 TBA TBA TBA Nintendo
Dragon's Lair: The Movie[148] TBA TBA TBA TBA Cinematronics

JapanEdit

Title Release date Japan box office (yen) Original game publisher
Super Mario Bros.: Peach-Hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen! July 20, 1986 Nintendo
Running Boy: Star Soldier no Himitsu July 20, 1986 Hudson Soft
Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture July 16, 1994 SNK
Sakura Wars: The Movie December 22, 2001 ¥2,800,000,000[149] Sega
Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker July 19, 2003 ¥4,500,000,000[150] Nintendo
Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys July 17, 2004 ¥4,380,000,000[151] Nintendo
Air February 5, 2005 Key
Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew July 16, 2005 ¥4,300,000,000[152] Nintendo
Forbidden Siren February 9, 2006 ¥790,000,000[153] Sony
Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea July 15, 2006 ¥3,400,000,000[151] Nintendo
Animal Crossing December 16, 2006 ¥1,700,000,000[151] Nintendo
Yakuza: Like a Dragon March 3, 2007 ¥32,846,976[154] Sega
Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai July 14, 2007 ¥5,020,000,000[151] Nintendo
Clannad September 15, 2007 Key
OneChanbara April 26, 2008 D3
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni May 10, 2008 ¥200,000,000[155] 07th Expansion
Pokémon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior July 19, 2008 ¥4,800,000,000[151] Nintendo
Resident Evil: Degeneration October 18, 2008 ¥43,000,000[156] Capcom
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Chikai April 18, 2008 07th Expansion
Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life July 18, 2009 ¥4,670,000,000[151] Nintendo
Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike October 3, 2009 ¥84,549,987[157] Bandai Namco Games
Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva December 19, 2009 ¥610,000,000[158] Level-5
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works January 23, 2010 ¥280,000,000[159] Type-Moon
Pokémon the Movie: Black—Victini and Reshiram and White—Victini and Zekrom July 16, 2011 ¥4,330,000,000[151] Nintendo
Tekken: Blood Vengeance July 26, 2011 Bandai Namco Games
Ace Attorney February 11, 2012 ¥540,000,000[160] Capcom
Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker February 11, 2012 Electronic Arts
Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice July 14, 2012 ¥3,610,000,000[151] Nintendo
Resident Evil: Damnation October 27, 2012[161] ¥184,756,932[162] Capcom
Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened July 13, 2013 ¥3,170,000,000[151] Nintendo
Bayonetta: Bloody Fate November 23, 2013 Sega
Persona 3 The Movie: No. 1, Spring of Birth November 23, 2013 ¥201,886,754[163] Atlus
The Idolmaster Movie: Kagayaki no Mukogawa e! January 25, 2014 ¥772,973,700[164] Bandai Namco Games
Pretty Rhythm All-Star Selection: Prism Show☆Best Ten March 8, 2014 Takara Tomy
Persona 3 The Movie: No. 2, Midsummer Knight's Dream June 7, 2014 ¥152,752,386[165] Atlus
Ao Oni July 5, 2014 ¥200,000,000[166] noprops
Pokémon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction July 19, 2014 ¥2,910,000,000[151] Nintendo
Gekijōban Zero (Fatal Frame) September 26, 2014 ¥120,000,000[167] Koei Tecmo
Aikatsu! The Movie December 13, 2014 ¥560,000,000[168] Bandai Namco Games
PriPara the Movie: Everyone, Assemble! Prism ☆ Tours March 7, 2015 ¥100,000,000[169] Takara Tomy
Persona 3 The Movie: No. 3, Falling Down April 4, 2015 Atlus
Ao Oni ver2.0 July 4, 2015 noprops
Gekijōban Meiji Tokyo Renka: Yumihari no Serenade July 18, 2015 Broccoli
Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages July 18, 2015 ¥2,610,000,000[151] Nintendo
Corpse Party August 1, 2015 Kenix Soft
Aikatsu! Music Award: Minna de Shō o MoraimaSHOW! August 22, 2015 ¥130,000,000[168] Bandai Namco Games
Fly Out, PriPara: Aim for it with Everyone! Idol☆Grand Prix October 24, 2015 Takara Tomy
King of Prism by PrettyRhythm January 9, 2016 ¥800,000,000[170] Takara Tomy
Persona 3 The Movie: No. 4, Winter of Rebirth January 23, 2016 ¥42,981,563[171] Atlus
PriPara Minna no Akogare Let's Go PriPari March 12, 2016 ¥45,000,000[172] Takara Tomy
Pokémon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel July 16, 2016 ¥2,150,000,000[151] Nintendo
Corpse Party Book of Shadows[173] July 30, 2016 Kenix Soft
Monster Strike The Movie December 10, 2016 ¥740,000,000[174] Mixi
Yo-kai Watch: Soratobu Kujira to Double no Sekai no Daibōken da Nyan! December 17, 2016 ¥3,260,000,000[175] Level-5
House of Neko Atsume April 8, 2017 Hit-Point Co.
Resident Evil: Vendetta May 27, 2017 ¥150,000,000[176] Capcom
King of Prism: Pride the Hero June 10, 2017 ¥600,000,000[177] Takara Tomy
Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel I. presage flower October 14, 2017 ¥1,500,000,000[178] Type-Moon
Yo-kai Watch Shadowside: Oni-ō no Fukkatsu December 16, 2017 ¥2,040,000,000[151] Level-5
Yo-kai Watch: Forever Friends December 14, 2018 ¥1,210,224,700[179] Level-5
Fate/stay night: Heaven's Feel II. lost butterfly January 12, 2019 ¥1,500,000,000[180] Type-Moon
Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution July 12, 2019 TBA Nintendo

ChinaEdit

The following is a list of Chinese feature films based on video games. The China box office gross figures are given in million yuan.

Title Release date China box office (yuan) Original game publisher
Seer[181] June 28, 2011 ¥44,078,000[182]
Seer 2[181] June 28, 2012[183] ¥31,219,000[184]
Roco Kingdom: The Desire of Dragon[181] January 31, 2013[185] ¥69,536,000[186] Tencent[181]
Seer 3: Heroes Alliance[181] July 12, 2013[187] ¥76,502,000[188]
Roco Kingdom 3[181] July 10, 2014[189] ¥47,883,000[190] Tencent[181]
Seer 4[181] July 10, 2014[191] ¥62,331,000[192]
Dragon Nest: Warriors' Dawn[193] July 31, 2014[194] ¥57,409,000[195] Nexon
Seer 5: Rise of Thunder[181] July 23, 2015[196] ¥56,623,000[196]
Roco Kingdom 4[181] August 13, 2015[197] ¥76,985,000[198] Tencent[181]
Dragon Nest 2: Throne of Elves August 19, 2016 ¥25,113,000[199] Nexon
Legend of the Ancient Sword[200] October 1, 2018 ¥14,119,000[201] Gamebar [zh][202]
Dynasty Warriors[203][204] 2019 TBA Koei Tecmo Games
Sleeping Dogs[205][206] TBA TBA Square Enix

Television filmsEdit

Title Release date Original game publisher
Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf December 23, 1992 SNK
Samurai Shodown: The Motion Picture March 4, 1993 SNK
Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle June 30, 1993 SNK
Art of Fighting December 23, 1993 SNK
Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns December 30, 2000 (Japan)
December 4, 2001 (North America)
Nintendo
Pokémon: The Legend of Thunder December 30, 2001 (Japan)
June 3/10, 2006 (North America)
Nintendo
House of the Dead II October 14, 2005 Sega
Pokémon: The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon April 29, 2006 (North America)
October 13, 2006 (Japan)
Nintendo
Red Faction: Origins June 2011 THQ
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kaku: Outbreak August 15, 2013 07th Expansion
The Gamechangers[c] September 15, 2015 Rockstar Games

Direct-to-videoEdit

AnimationEdit

Title Release date Original game publisher
Tengai Makyō Jiraia Oboro Hen August 21, 1990 Hudson Soft/Red Entertainment
Ninja Gaiden November 22, 1991 Tecmo
Mortal Kombat: The Journey Begins April 11, 1995 Midway
Battle Arena Toshinden 1996 Sony
Sonic the Hedgehog May 31, 1996 Sega
Voltage Fighters: Gowcaizer the Movie 1997 SNK
Tekken: The Motion Picture January 21, 1998 Namco
Samurai Spirits 2: Asura Zanmaden December 22, 1999 SNK
Street Fighter Alpha: The Movie April 26, 2000 Capcom
Sin: The Movie October 24, 2000 Ritual
Zone of the Enders: 2167 Idolo March 1, 2001 Konami
Nakoruru ~Ano hito kara no okurimono~ May 25, 2002 SNK
Welcome to Pia Carrot - Sayaka’s Love Story October 19, 2002 Cocktail Soft
Galerians: Rion April 24, 2004 ASCII
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children September 14, 2005 Square Enix
Last Order: Final Fantasy VII September 14, 2005 Square Enix
Street Fighter Alpha: Generations October 25, 2005 Capcom
Dead Space: Downfall October 17, 2008 Electronic Arts
Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind July 12, 2009 Capcom
Dante’s Inferno: An Animated Epic February 9, 2010 Electronic Arts
Halo Legends February 16, 2010 Microsoft Game Studios
Dead Space: Aftermath January 25, 2011 Electronic Arts
Mass Effect: Paragon Lost December 14, 2012 Electronic Arts
Batman: Assault on Arkham July 29, 2014 Warner Bros. Interactive
Heavenly Sword September 2, 2014 Sony Computer Entertainment America
Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV March 30, 2016 – September 17, 2016 Square Enix
Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ardyn – Prologue[208] February 16, 2019 Square Enix

Live-actionEdit

Title Release date Original game publisher
Tokimeki Memorial May 27, 1994 Konami
Like a Dragon: Prologue March 24, 2006 Sega
BloodRayne 2: Deliverance September 18, 2007 Majesco
Alone in the Dark II September 25, 2008 Infogrames
OneChanbara: The Movie – Vortex November 2, 2009 D3
The King of Fighters November 4, 2009 SNK
BloodRayne: The Third Reich November 5, 2010 Majesco
In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds December 27, 2011 Microsoft Studios
Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn November 6, 2012 Microsoft Studios
Company of Heroes February 26, 2013 THQ
Zombie Massacre July 1, 2013 1988 Games
In the Name of the King 3: The Last Mission March 11, 2014 Microsoft Studios
Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist May 23, 2014 Capcom
Tekken 2: Kazuya's Revenge August 6, 2014 Bandai Namco Games
Halo: Nightfall March 17, 2015 Microsoft Studios
Dead Rising: Watchtower March 27, 2015 Capcom
Dead Rising: Endgame June 20, 2016 Capcom
It Came from the Desert January 13, 2018 Cinemaware
Doom: Annihilation 2019 id Software

UnofficialEdit

Title Release date Original game publisher
Metal Gear Solid: Philanthropy September 27, 2009 Konami
The Hero of Time December 14, 2009 Nintendo
Mega Man May 1, 2010 Capcom
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Monolith's Whisper May 15, 2011 GSC Game World
Uncharted (short fan film) July 16, 2018 Naughty Dog
Half-Life: The Freeman Chronicles December 24, 2018 Valve Corporation

Short filmsEdit

Listed below are original short films produced, commissioned or licensed from a game publisher.

Title Release date Original game publisher
Dragon Ball Z Side Story: Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans August 6, 1993 Bandai
Run the Gauntlet (Driv3r) 2004 Atari
The King of Fighters: Another Day December 2, 2005 SNK
Deep Dive (Kingdom Hearts) March 2007 Square Enix
Halo: Landfall October 30, 2007 Microsoft Game Studios
Heavenly Sword November 29, 2007 Sony Computer Entertainment America
Sonic: Night of the Werehog November 21, 2008 Sega
Kijujud ayo (Resident Evil 5) 2009 Capcom
Assassin's Creed: Lineage October 26, 2009 Ubisoft
Bright Falls April 26, 2010 – May 13, 2010 Microsoft Game Studios
Street Fighter: Legacy May 6, 2010 Capcom
Mortal Kombat: Rebirth June 8, 2010 Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Zombrex Dead Rising Sun (Dead Rising 2) August 4, 2010 - August 25, 2010 Capcom
Dragon Ball: Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans November 11, 2010 Bandai Namco Entertainment
Find Makarov: Operation Kingfish (Call of Duty) September 2, 2011 Activision
Assassin's Creed: Embers November 15, 2011 Ubisoft
Dragon Age: Redemption October 11, 2011 BioWare
Ghost Recon: Alpha 2012 Ubisoft
Tekken Tag Tournament 2[209] October 19, 2012 Bandai Namco Games
The Far Cry Experience November 1, 2012 Ubisoft
Modern Warfare: Sunrise (Call of Duty) October 27, 2013 Fan film
Expiration Date (Team Fortress 2) June 17, 2014 Valve Corporation
The Night Juicer (Pikmin) November 5, 2014 Nintendo
Treasure in a Bottle (Pikmin) November 5, 2014 Nintendo
Occupational Hazards (Pikmin) November 5, 2014 Nintendo
Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins April 20, 2016 Nintendo
Papers, Please - The Short Film January 27, 2018 Lucas Pope
Far Cry 5: Inside Eden's Gate (Far Cry 5) March 5, 2018 Ubisoft

Documentaries on video gamesEdit

Theatrical releasesEdit

Title Release date Subject
8BIT 2006 The intersections of video games, art, and music
Chasing Ghosts: Beyond the Arcade 2007 The golden age of video arcade games
The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters August 17, 2007 The rivalry between Billy Mitchell and Steve Wiebe over the Donkey Kong record high score
Frag 2008 Professional video gaming
Second Skin March 7, 2008 Follows seven people through the world of MMORPGs
Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters[210] 2011 A documentary following world-record holding Tetris players as they prepare for the 2010 Tetris Championships
Indie Game: The Movie 2012 Documentary about the struggles of independent game developers Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes during the development of Super Meat Boy, Phil Fish during the development of Fez, and also Jonathan Blow, who reflects on the success of Braid.
Thank You for Playing 2015 Follows the creation of the art-house video game That Dragon, Cancer
Moleman 4 - Longplay 2017 A documentary which recounts the so far little-known story of the beginnings of video game development behind the Iron Curtain. Outfoxed Nintendo, surprised Commodore engineers, The Last Ninja story, a games software outfit that dodged the limelight and led the world.

TelevisionEdit

Title Original air date(s) Network Subject
History of Video Games Discovery Asia
Thumb Candy 2000 Channel 4 History of video games
Games Odyssey 2002 3sat German four-part documentary about the history of video games, simulations, digital adventures and video games as an art form
Game Makers 2002–2005 G4 Series on video game industry figures
Tetris: From Russia With Love 2004 BBC Four History of the 1980s Tetris game phenomenon
Video Game Invasion: The History of a Global Obsession 2004 GSN
The Video Game Revolution 2004 PBS
Game On!: The History of Videogames 2006 HLN The Wii and PlayStation 3 console launches
I, VIDEOGAME 2007 Discovery
Rise of the Video Game[211] 2007 Discovery
Charlie Brooker's Gameswipe 2009 BBC Four
Cyberdreams/Cyberdrømme 2011 DK4 Denmark Danish documentary about the national eSports team competing in World Cyber Games
Charlie Brooker: Videogames Changed The World 2013 Channel 4 Charlie Brooker explores the history of interactive entertainment and how it's changing how we work, communicate and play
The Gamechangers 2015 BBC Two The story of the controversy caused by Grand Theft Auto, a video game series by Rockstar Games, as various attempts were made to halt the production of the games.

Other releasesEdit

Title Release date Subject
Game Over: Gender, Race & Violence in Video Games 2000
In the Game 2007 The game industry, technology, and the future of gaming
Once Upon Atari[212] 2007
FPS - Por dentro do virtual (Portuguese) 2009 Ethnographic research of an FPS gamers community
Get Lamp 2010 Documentary by historian Jason Scott about interactive fiction (text adventures) and Infocom
Level Up - A story about gamers and the games they play[213] 2011 Exploration of video gaming culture
Minecraft: The Story of Mojang 2012 Documentary about the history of the company Mojang and its creation, Minecraft.
Free to Play 2014 Documentary by video game developer Valve Corporation about the lives of three players competing in a gaming tournament for Dota 2
Good Game'[214] 2014 Nine men pursue careers in competitive video games as members of the Evil Geniuses' Starcraft II division
Video Games: The Movie 2014 Documentary by Jeremy Snead[215]
Atari: Game Over 2014 Documentary on the excavation of Atari video games.[citation needed]
Gaming in Color 2014 Documentary on the LGBTQ community in video games.
GameLoading - Rise of the Indies 2015 Follows several independent game developers.

Films with plots centered on video gamesEdit

  • Tron (1982) – Kevin Flynn, an arcade game designer, gets sucked into the video game world he created and has to fight his way back to the real world.
  • Nightmares (1983) – The segment "Bishop of Battle" stars Emilio Estevez as a video game wizard who breaks into the arcade at night to get to the 13th level, in doing so he becomes part of the game.
  • WarGames (1983) – Computer hacker breaks into military intelligence computer to play games, which almost starts a thermonuclear war.
  • Joysticks (1983) – When a top local businessman and his two bumbling nephews try to shut down the town's only video arcade, arcade employees and patrons fight back.
  • Cloak & Dagger (1984) – A young boy has secret plans given to him in the form of a video game cartridge, which he must protect from spies.
  • The Last Starfighter (1984) – A boy, who is very good at a video game in his trailer park, finds himself recruited to be a pilot for an alien defense force just like the game he plays.
  • The Dungeonmaster (1985) – A computer whiz is drawn into a series of realistic simulations by a demonic wizard who considers him a worthy adversary. Armed with his wrist-mounted X-CaliBR8 computer, he must solve the puzzles and rescue his girlfriend.
  • Hollywood Zap (1986) – Tucker Downs tires of his boring job selling bras to fat ladies in Mississippi and heads for Hollywood to look for his long lost father. En route, Downs hooks up with wasted video game addict/hustler Ben Frank who is seeking a title match with "The Zap," holder of the record score in Zaxxon.
  • Kung Fu Master (1988) – A love story between a 40-year-old woman (Jane Birkin) and a 15-year-old boy addicted to the arcade game Kung-Fu Master. Directed by Agnès Varda.[216]
  • The Wizard (1989) – A boy with mental problems decides to run away to compete in a video game contest and his brother helps him hitchhike to the tournament. Features numerous NES video games, primarily Super Mario Bros. 3 before its American release.
  • The Lawnmower Man (1992) – A simple man is turned into a genius through the application of computer science and virtual reality.
  • Arcade (1993) – A teenager has to battle inside of a deadly virtual reality video game, in order to save her friends.
  • Brainscan (1994) – A teenager is sent a mysterious computer game that uses hypnosis to make the game the most horrifying experience imaginable. He stops playing, only to find evidence that the murders depicted in the game actually happened.
  • Nirvana (1997) – A computer game designer, finds that his latest video game has a virus which has given consciousness to the main character of the game, Solo.
  • eXistenZ (1999) – plot centered around a virtual reality game.
  • How to Make a Monster (2001) – An evil video game comes to life and hunts the group of developers.
  • Avalon (2001) – Science fiction film centered on a war-themed, virtual reality MMO under the same title. Directed by Mamoru Oshii.
  • Game Over (2003) – Uses footage from five different Digital Pictures games.
  • Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003) – Carmen Cortez is caught in a virtual reality game designed by their new nemesis, the Toymaker. Juni, her little brother, goes into the game to save her as well as beta players and the world.
  • GameBox 1.0 (2004) – A video game tester must fight to escape from a video game that has become all too real.
  • Grandma’s Boy (2006) – A 35-year-old game tester develops a game in secret only to have someone at work try to steal it.
  • Stay Alive (2006) – Friends start dying just like they did in a video game they all played.
  • Ben X (2007) – The main character Ben is an autistic boy obsessed with an MMORPG called ArchLord. He plays the game to escape being bullied and has one online friend named Scarlite. He considers suicide until he meets Scarlite in person.
  • Press Start (2007) – Average suburban youth Zack Nimbus is recruited by an ill-tempered ninja and a tough-as-nails space soldier to save the world from a tyrannical, but comically insecure, sorcerer. References to many classic video games.
  • WarGames: The Dead Code (2008) – is a sequel to the 1983 thriller film WarGames.
  • Gamer (2009) – A man has to save humanity from being enslaved by an MMO.
  • Assault Girls (2009) – Three girls in an MMO team up to win a boss battle. Directed by Mamoru Oshii.
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) – Action comedy film rife with video game references and plot conceit similar to fighting games.
  • Tron: Legacy (2010) – Kevin Flynn's son Sam finds his missing father in a new version of the virtual game world and has a similar journey as his father did fighting to get back to reality.
  • Black Heaven (2010) – An innocent young man becomes enamored with a mysterious girl. He is lured into "Black Hole" – a dark, obscure video game world of avatars with deadly serious intentions in the real world.
  • RPG: Metanoia (2010)
  • Ra.One (2011) – Indian Bollywood superhero film, where a video game developer creates an unstoppable villain for his son which becomes all too real.
  • .hack//The Movie (2012) – Japanese anime film based on .hack, a franchise of anime, video games, novels and manga that debuted in 2002, about a virtual reality MMORPG.
  • Wreck-It Ralph (2012) – An arcade game villain who dreams of being a hero decides to leave his game in order to become one. Features cameos by multiple licensed video game characters like Sonic the Hedgehog, Pac-Man & Ryu.
  • Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie (2014) – Based on the web series of the same name.
  • Pixels (2015) – When aliens misinterpret video-feeds of classic arcade games as a declaration of war, they attack the Earth, using the games as models for their various assaults to fight aliens such as Donkey Kong and Galaga bugs.
  • Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale (2017) – Japanese anime film based on Sword Art Online, a novel, manga and anime franchise that debuted in 2002 , about a virtual reality MMO, with Ordinal Scale being about an augmented reality MMO.
  • Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) – Teenagers find a vintage video game version of Jumanji and get sucked into its jungle setting.[217]
  • Ready Player One (2018) – Based on the 2011 novel of the same name, it is set in a dystopian future and is about the search for an easter egg in a virtual reality game.
  • Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018) – Sequel to Wreck-It Ralph, and part of the Wreck-It Ralph franchise.
  • Rubber: The Movie[218] (2018) – Based on characters from the online short film "Rubber". The film is about Rubber, Scissors, and Pencil go inside video games to get the keys back. While Bowser plans to destroy all video games.

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