A game can bring stories to life in many ways that movies or books can't, because you get to interact with the characters and settings, rather than imagine it through the words or watch it through a screen with the vision of another person trying to recreate the story for audiences to hopefully enjoy.
A lot of shows out there have games that are popular, and they have some that are spin-offs to the series as well. However, a lot of those games are pretty shit when compared to the potential that they could live up to. There are those amazing Tell-Tale games that have both story and interactive parts where you can guide the narrative however you see fit, but what if we were to take some of these games to a AAA level? Both Batman Arkham series and the Tell Tale Batman series are great works, granted that the Arkham series is depicted as the definitive AAA Batman experience.
There could be a Game Of Thrones AAA game where you switch between the characters per story arc and maybe not necessarily play through the events of the show itself entirely, but mix in some additional side story lines into the game that couldn't be expressed through the show. Marvel has been in the works to make games on the level of their movies/shows, making their games on the same caliber as Marvel's Spider-Man by Insomniac Games. Essentially, there could be a realm in gaming for these shows that bring unique concepts just for them.
Even when you pick the show that you would want to make into a AAA title, how would you prioritize it? As in, who is the developer you would want for each and would it be exclusive to PC or a console? Those are different topics in themselves to be discussed, but the developer does matter in the sense that people will automatically trust what they're familiar with most of the time.
Which TV show would want made as a AAA gaming title?
Edited by JayGriffin