Film studios often think a blockbuster video game gets the same love from gamers when it's adapted into a movie. The truth is far from that. We've listed, in no order of demerit because they're equally horrible, the worst video game to movie adaptions. We apologise for subjecting you to these cringe-worthy trailers.
DOA: Dead or Alive
Tecmo/Team Ninja’s fighting game, known more for its female eye candies than gameplay, had no trouble getting our attention in its live-action adaption. But Corey Yuan, who made his entry into Hollywood for managing Jet Li's action sequences and his action choreography in films such as the Expendables, should have stuck to his day job. He did get some recognition for the film’s action sequence, but everything else about the film, from the dialogue to the plot, was universally panned.