The Top 7... movie games that don't suck

Sega | Genesis

The release of Disney's adventure-packed Arabian tale in 1992 proved that animated musicals weren't just for wannabe princesses anymore. And the accompanying videogame proved that tie-ins weren't just for greedy marketing executives anymore.

Aladdin gave fans exactly what they wanted - a chance to play the movie. Seriously... with its catchy, bouncy music ported perfectly song-for-song and its clean, colorful graphics produced by the actual studio animators, the game looked and sounded like it had been ripped straight off the big screen. To those who were still kids at the time, it seemed like bottled magic.