The latest season of Cobra Kai was recently released on Netflix, and if the audience is done with everything at once, playing the can be a good follow-up option Cobra Kai Video game of 2020. Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga continues is just one of the many titles launched as a tie-in to popular shows.
With adaptations of classics such as Battlestar Galactica to long-running animated shows like The simpsons and South Parkthese games end up adding new narratives, environments, and bonus elements for die-hard fans of the franchise.
10 Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues (2020)
The melee and kick combos of the various “dojos” of Cobra Kai Come together in this 2020 game released a few months after the release of the second season of the series.
Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga continues is basically a side-scrolling adventure with beat-’em-up action. Aside from emulating the moves taught by Cobra Kai Featuring characters like Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence, the game also emulates the show’s duality with the story mode exploring an accident from the perspective of both the Cobra Kai students and those at Miyagi do.
9 Battlestar Galactica (2003)
Even though Battlestar Galactica was released to coincide with the 2000s-era remake, the game actually resembles the 1978 original series. In any case, it is worth the time for fans of both series.
In terms of the story, the Xbox and PlayStation 2 title cover the early years of the series protagonist William Adama as he explores deep space in search of a new home for the surviving humans. As expected, the gameplay is filled with adrenaline-fueled aerial dogfights in which players must balance speed, power, and missile radiuses.
8 The Simpsons: Hit & Run (2003)
When it comes to The simpsons video games, the outcome is often hit-or-miss. While the series had some duds like The Simpsons wrestling and The itchy and scratchy game, The Simpsons: Hit & Run turns out to be an outstanding game.
In a family-friendly satire of Grand Theft Auto In the style of open-world games, Hit & Run allows players to take on the roles of multiple characters as they explore a series of mysterious events in Springfield. Driving and walking through the game’s open world allows dedicated show fans to explore Springfield like never before.
7 Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (2000)
Set during the events of the sixth season of Star Trek Voyagerthis first-person shooter puts you in the uniforms of the Hazard Force, a high-security collective tasked with protecting the USS Voyager while she’s trapped in a spaceship graveyard.
The narrative continues to contain elements of mystery as players must investigate the cause of the ship’s entrapment. While exploring the vastness of the cosmos star trek series and doubling as a canonical addition to the show, Elite unit is a worthy entry into the pantheon of star trek games.
6 Dragon Ball FighterZ (2018)
That dragon ball Z Video games contain intense and larger than life combat sequences in typical one-on-one duels. The formula was the same, but every year the games get bigger in terms of special moves and animation.
One of the standout features is the intricate and detailed 3D animation, which carries a touch of the original anime’s hand-drawn animation style. The visual elements are also as detailed as ever. Just go into Super Saiyan mode with a character and the ensuing explosion is visually arresting to say the least.
5 Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time (2020)
Samurai JackThe first tryst with the gaming world was with the PlayStation 2 title The shadow of Aku which got a much needed modern update with it struggle through timea 2020 release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo DS and several other consoles.
The game takes place during the events of Season 5, with the titular protagonist battling through various timelines and scenarios in the dark future created by the antagonistic dragon Aku. Samurai Jack voice actor Phil Marr reprises his role along with most of the cast. We breathe life into the lineless character animation style of the original series, struggle through time proves the longevity of the franchise, even though the first four seasons ended years ago.
4 Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why did you steal our trash?! (2012)
When adventure time As protagonists Finn and Jake discover that the Ice King is stealing their trash to create what they call a “trash princess,” the duo uncover a larger royal conspiracy. Their attempts to stop Ice King involve adventuring across the land of Ooo, meeting eccentric characters, finding hidden treasure and surviving in underground dungeons.
Then indeed adventure time Fashion, Hey Ice King! Why did you steal our trash? also benefits greatly from a soundtrack full of humorous and wholesome acoustic songs detailing the surreal adventures of Finn and Jake. Renowned video game composer Virt (best known for scoring the Shantae games) is composing the score, a role he would reprise in the future adventure time games.
3 Game of Thrones (2014)
An improvement on the 2012 role-playing game of the same name, the episodic graphic adventure game has been praised by fans of the series for its depth of narrative. A big budget fantasy drama like game of Thrones most likely would have received a full-fledged action game dealing with the conflict against the White Walkers.
2014 instead game of Thrones succeeds as an effective strategy game that tests the patience of the players, but also rewards them with enough plot twists. Another positive aspect is that several game of Thrones The cast return to voice their original characters, including Peter Dinklage, Emilia Clarke and Kit Harrington, among others.
2 South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014)
Similar to others South Park games, The Stick of Truth iA third-person RPG with a 2.5D perspective to recreate the feel of the original series.
The player takes on the role of the “New Kid” who moves into the protagonists’ neighborhood only to find themselves in an elaborate role-playing scenario involving battles against humans, wizards, elves and later even Nazi zombies, gnomes and aliens contains! All in all, it’s a brazen, violent, and satirical game that pays a fitting tribute to the controversial source material.
1 DuckTales: Remastered (2013)
A high definition remake of the 1989 duck stories game (which is itself an adaptation of Disney’s animated series of the same name), the 2013 remastered version received overwhelmingly positive reactions from both game critics and Disney fans.
Gameplay maintains the original 80’s era formula of non-linear storyline and utility-based exploration reminiscent of classic games like Metroid and Castlevania. As Scrooge McDuck and his nephews travel the world in search of new treasure, DuckTales: Remastered turns out to be a title that’s easy to play, but offers enough space to explore a visually inviting world that doesn’t lack episodic storylines for each level.
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