Top 5 Most Brilliant TV show-based Video Games

Because it is sometimes more fun to play them and feel the thrill you yourself will renders the experience better off played. There are countless great titles of TV shows that are made into video games, and truly, whoever thought of the idea had definitely not calculated his craft properly. Or maybe he or she wasn’t meant to design world’s best and unique Game stories based on TV show adaptations. Whatever was the reason, they will ever remain in the shelve of worst video games that were once gem shows. Titles in this category include American Idol, Superman 64, The Simpson’s Wrestling, you name it! Despite all of this, there are still some brilliant names that we should forever be grateful for their creators. South Park: The Stick of Truth and DuckTales are few memorable titles, and this guide will cover top 5 best TV show game adaptations.

SpongeBob Squarepants Revenge of The Flying Dutchman
SpongeBob Squarepants Revenge of The Flying Dutchman

SpongeBob Squarepants: Revenge of The Flying Dutchman :

It isn’t the first time since SpongeBob has blessed our gaming world twice with the 2003 release of SpongeBob Squarepants: Battle of Bikini Bottom, and another hidden gem hit in 2002, The Revenge of the flying Dutchman for PS2 and GameCube. SpongeBob’s beloved Gary has been captured by the ghost of the Dutchman, and it is Mr. Squarepant’s mission to go hunt for his snail, discover the hidden location of the treasure that will help him defeat the ghost pirate and save Gary. Transverse seven different worlds and reveal hidden treasures with your best Burger flipping yellow chef.

Game of Thrones (2014) :

The Game of Thrones series aired in 2011 and since then the show has gained a massive fan base who were hooked on the Stars, Targaryens, and the Lannisters. After much praise was given to the show, Game of Thrones became a video game . Telltale Games made a small twist in the show’s story in 2014 and the result was an out-and-out chef-d'œuvre. The game introduces a new family by the name of House Forrester which the story revolves around it, while the rest of the world is battling to take over the Iron Throne. It is a point-and-click adventure game that captured the attention of players and fueled their excitement to indulge in the magic world of Westeros.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle :

It is nearly impossible for anyone to not recognize the famous power ranger’s series that’s been part of the classic 90s Television. The game version was released for different platforms, some which are the following: Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo Entertainment, Game Boy, etc. The Nintendo version was published by Bandai while Sega was published by Sega itself. A classic arcade style fighting game with a side-scrolling and has a touch the of the sweet 90s . The design is vibrant and has an artsy style which makes you think it is intended for the younger folks. But Mega battle is equipped with a rather perplexing and somewhat difficult levels. Beat-em up and go with your fellow super ranger on an entertaining trip down memory lane.

Bugs Bunny: Lost In Time :

Your cunning wisecracking bunny return to your homes but this time in a PlayStation title released back in 1999. The title says it all; Bugs is lost in time and is tasked to gather clocks and golden veggies that will allow him to return to the present moment. With the support of Merlin Munroe, Bugs embarks in a long journey and travels throughout five different ages in an attempt to find his way home. The game takes you to different eras, The Stone Age, Pirate Years. Medieval England and Dimension X (the future).


The Simpson’s younger sibling Futurama despite the considerable success hasn’t gotten the same amount of attention in the gaming industry. The original video game release was in 2003 for PS2 and we guarantee you it is not a disappointment. The gameplay has different styles and filled with a shedload of levels and incorporates a mix of shooter and beat-em up. As far as the story is concerned, Mom becomes the ruler of earth and enslaved the entire human race. It is up to the Planet Express team to save the world; armed with a blaster and a hammer, the group embarks on an adventure that has clear resemblance to the show’s episode. If you enjoyed the show, you will most definitely enjoy the game too!