If you get the right people . . . Oregon Trail.
It'd be niche but historical nonfiction would be cool.Check out the Ballad of Buster Scruggs on Netflix. One of the short films does focus on life on a wagon train heading towards Oregon. I feel like you would need some reeeeally good writers to turn that in to a series, but I'd watch it! 🤠
They did that - a new story at a different time period - for the novels, and that worked well. I don't see why they couldn't do a TV series.A series set in the Elder Scrolls universe would be great if done right, it'd have to be a new story though, not an adaptation of one of the game's stories
Saddle up, bois, because RDR1 and 2 need to be either movies or tv shows. Season One is RDR2 since it's a prequel, and Season 2 is RDR1.Every week on PC Gamer we ask a question to the staff and open it up to the readers, too. And we'd love to include our new forums in the process as well!
Following the success of The Witcher series on Netflix, we're thinking about other games that would make a great Netflix series. (Though The Witcher show is based on the books, it's also obviously influenced by the games, too.)
So that's our question this week: What game or game series would make a great show on Netflix? Let us know!
We'll be publishing our answers on Wednesday morning (PacificTime) and we'd love to include some of your answers, too!
(If you haven't seen our Ask PCG column before, here's a whole mess of 'em.)
Life is Strange: This game was lovely, but much to my dismay, the choices aspect wasn't as impactful as I would have liked. I think it'd kill it as a Netflix series.
i would say a lucas arts game. So day of the tentacle, grim fandango, monkey island etc etc.