1. X-Wing Vs TIE Fighter
The culmination of LucasArt's two flight sims, X-Wing Vs TIE Fighter gave Star Wars fans the best of both worlds allowing them to pilot starships from both the Empire and the Rebel Alliance. The game's multiplayer was absolutely superb, allowing players to customise their ships and choose which squadrons they'd like to fly with.
It's safe to say that video games and movies have not combined well over the past few decades...
In fact, it remains a great mystery how so many great games can be made in to an equal number of painfully awful films, and vice versa. That said, it's easy to forget that a few games and movies have managed to cross the perilous divide between the two formats. Clearly, it can be done.
With so many video games set to become movies this year, we've put together a sort of potted history of video game movie tie-ins, where we take a look at some of the best games to emerge from the big screen. Any more notable ideas? Let us know via the comments box below.