11 action heroes that deserve their own game

With every movie getting multi-million dollar game adaptations, a few action movies didn't get a fair shake in videogames. Here are 11 action heroes that deserved better.

5- John Rambo

Previously Kicked Ass In: First Blood, Rambo: First Blood: Part II, Rambo III, Rambo
Why He'd Make a Great Game Hero: Not counting the miserably bad Rambo game that came out on the NES or the equally awful Rambo III and Rambo cell phone game, Sly Stallone's portrayal of an ex-NAM Green Beret killing machine has never properly been brought to the video game universe. If John Rambo does not deserve to be immortalized in his own high-quality next-gen video game, which would no doubt fall into the shoot 'em up subgenre of action, playing out like a cross between Contra and Metal Gear Solid, mowing down enemies with both brute force and using Rambo's signature guerilla warfare tactics. Even in his '60s, Stallone is still playing the character, proving that Rambo never gets too tear a man's throat out with only his bare hands!

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