Many games have an original storyline or are inspired by other stories. A lot of games are based on mythologies, animes, etc and there are many that are also based on movies. Here are some games that are based on movies that you should check out.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War
Middle Earth series Shadow of War, a sequel to Shadow of Mordor, are games that are based on the Lord of The Rings. In both games, you play as Talion; a ranger whose spirit is infused with the elf lord Celebrimborand your goal is simply to stop Sauron. Middle-earth: Shadow of War is a prequel to the movies. In the game, you’ll need to confront Sauron’s orc army. As you take out ranking members, others will step in to take their place, becoming more powerful in the process. No two playthroughs are the same; as the enemies you make throughout your playthrough will be determined by who’s highest on your hit list.
John Wick Hex
John Wick Hex is a timeline strategy game where time stops so you can plan your next action. You’ll choose where you want to move and what actions you want to take, and once you do, time will resume. John Wick Hex has brilliantly crafted animations and neon-plastered scenery. Although a AAA studio could likely make a more visceral John Wick experience, Hex is still a solid, smaller title that offers a unique take on the six-year-old franchise.
Alien: Isolation is a bona fide survival horror game. You play as Ripley’s daughter 15 years after the events of the first Alien film. After discovering that a flight recorder documenting Ripley’s fate is hidden on a Seegson Corporation ship, you’re sent to find it. Encounters with a Xenomorph will be brief and filled with anxiety, as you attempt to outrun the beast. Most of Alien: Isolation is focused on sneaking around tight corridors and using various tools to go around the creature, not defeat it, perfectly capturing the spirit of the source material.