1iKhanTue 20th May 2014 It's really a shame licensed games usually do so poorly. Many TV Shows and movies have fantastic concepts that could be worked into games if done right. Post your ideas here. I've seen plenty of clamoring for a Breaking Bad video game, but I have no idea how it could work well or who should develop it. On the other hand, I actually have solid ideas for a video game based on Arrow. It would probably take a powerful system, but I think Arrow could make a fantastic open world/sandbox game (in the style of Spider-man 2) with a morality system, but a good one. The morality system would work like this: -Where you shoot enemies, and the type of arrow that you use affects the chance that you kill an enemy -Different results from a mission affect your "Public perception". If you shoot and kill everyone, and you still fail the mission, obviously your perception won't improve. -Your "Public Perception" affects the likelihood that you get targeted by cops or reported to them. -However, most notably it's not entirely black and white. Based on how many people a mission helped, the danger enemies posed, to what degree enemies were harmed, and the diversity of mission, you could have your perception increased or decreased depending on a complex algorithm taking some AI into account. There is still a story with clear missions (like people on Oliver's list), and you are incentivized by some mechanic to complete these when they arise. However, only completing story quests would reduce public perception. Thoughts? Currently Playing: Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy Proudly skipped the Wii U to wait for the Switch.