Movies need strong knowledge
Game studios often spend their money years Develop the complex backgrounds behind the characters and settings in their games. The player becomes immersed in the details of this world as he reads found notes, encounters landmarks, or hears conversations between NPCs. In the movie, the audience only sees what is right in front of them. There are a lot of directors out there who can build the world with one picture, but when it comes to video game flicks, all the backstory is usually crammed into some boring and dramatic monologue in the beginning.