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Top 5 Video Games That Should be Movies

5. Fallout Series

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This post-apocalyptic game series is held in high regard among players, and for good reason too. The mix of fun action, RPG elements, decision-making, and 1950s aesthetics make this a one-of-a-kind gaming experience. But would this make a good movie? I hear you ask. You have to create and customize your very own character, there is not one actor that can fit the build; I hear you continually whine. Well, that is exactly the point!

A talented director could cast and direct any actor, male or female, young or old as the protagonist; you don’t need to fill an already existing look, like the one needed to cast the new Lara Croft. Furthermore, an equally talented writer could mold a fantastic narrative around the hundreds upon hundreds of quests found throughout the wasteland.

Just imagine seeing all the ruined 1950s memorabilia on the big screen, all those dilapidated buildings, all those weird and wonderfully mutated creatures, and a throng of bandits fighting it out over a handful of bottle caps. Hell, I for one would like to see the protagonist drink some toilet water; yes I did that a few times… in the game. I am getting myself excited for this wishful feature now. Let’s hope it becomes a reality soon.

Dean Moses was born in England in February of 1991. At the age of nineteen he moved to New York City, where he hoped to fulfill two of his longtime dreams: marry the love of his life and become an author. For the past five years he has written for newspapers, including the New York Amsterdam News and the Spring Creek Sun, as well as transcribed for the New York Times’ Lens Blog. He is the author of A Stalled Ox from 1888's Black Hill Press. Dean currently resides in Queens, New York with his wife and two cats.
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