The rights to a movie adaptation of Heavy Rain were obtained way back in 2006 (which is four years before the game even came out). While the game's great story hasn't seen an adaptation come to fruition yet, Quantic Dream's game could still be a fantastic fit.
While probably the least likely choice on this list to happen, the strange worlds found in Doki-Doki Universe could make for a great animated film. The influence of Greg Johnson, the creator of Toejam & Earl, is seen all over the game and its sense of humor could really translate well.
Fat Princess has quickly become a PlayStation mascot, as the series has had installments on PS3, Vita and (soon) Ps4. An animated film could help cement her status as a mascot and help flesh out the cute kingdom that she rules over.
Horror films are a big market which is why we've seen game series like Resident Evil and Silent Hill see movies. Sony could enter the realm with a movie based off their Siren property. Siren is one of the scariest games ever made so it would be a perfect fit to scare film buffs as well.
Parappa the Rapper isn't a stranger to other forms of media as the game had an anime series in the past. The previous success could see the series come back for some animated films. Who doesn't want to watch Chop Chop Master Onion rap one more time?
A God of War movie has been in the works since 2005 with a film script that has been going through constant rewrites. While no director has been attached to the project. Hopefully this movie gets out of development hell and gets produced, since it is easy to see how Kratos' tale could be awesome on the big screen.
It seems like every PS2 platformer mascot has a film in production aside from Jak and Daxter. Perhaps an animated film could be what this iconic series needs to get another game in the works.
One of the heavily pushed PS4 launch titles was Mark Cerny's Knack. While it wasn't the most amazing game, it did feature what was basically a full-length CGI movie in its cutscenes. If we're not going to see Knack's adventures continued in another game, we would at least like to see what would happen in a film.
Sometimes the low hanging fruit is the tastiest. The Order: 1886, from its cinematic look to its short length, was a lot like a movie. Throw in the fact that the game never really bothered to complete the story that it was telling and it seems like the perfect fit for a film adaptation. This could easily fill in the gap while Ready at Dawn works on a sequel that addresses the first game's issues.
Is there anything cooler than being a secret agent? We didn't think so. Syphon Filter has such a cool setup that it would be a shame if it didn't see a film. Who doesn't want to see Tom Cruise work for the Agency and save the world?
It may be time to admit that The Last Guardian might never happen as a video game. If that is true, Sony could at least tell the story that Team Ico wanted to tell through a film adaptation. At this point we'll take whatever we can get in regards to this mysterious game.
1950s and aliens? Seems like a great setting for a summer action flick to us! Resistance has been a series that Sony pushed hard through the PS3's lifespan and it is one that could also work on the big screen. A lot of fun could be had in its alternate history setting!
While Killzone never quite lived up to its goal of being a "Halo killer" it did turn out to be a good video game series. It could at least beat Microsoft's most important series to the big screen if a film adaptation happened. Just imagining the Helghast's helmets on the big screen is getting us excited.
Tokyo Jungle has one of the coolest settings in all of video games. Seeing a huge, vibrant city like Tokyo totally devoid of humans with only animals ruling the world is breathtaking. We would love to see a film tell the story of how different types of animals would deal with this landscape. Oh, and throw in some dinosaurs at the end because why not?
Infamous has been a series that has consistently put together interesting stories in our living rooms. So obviously we would love to see what they could do with a huge film budget. This would be the perfect way to introduce players to a new conduit and might even tie into another game release.