7 Shows Worth Binging on Amazon Prime

2020 was an unprecedented year. The pandemic and the consequent lockdown disrupted the existing patterns and introduced a new normal in our lives. Going out for fun was not recommended and even illegal at some times. Everyone developed an interest in various indoor activities- from drawing, painting to watching movies and sharpening their culinary skills. Many people started enjoying video games in their free time as a part of their lives. The movies and art based on video games also got the attention of the fans and lovers.

Keeping this interest in mind, Amazon Prime now offers a great selection of video game films for avid gamers and fans alike. These shows have got more subscribers compared to any other shows. Furthermore, with Amazon firestick, users can easily stream shows and films on their TVs. However, it is difficult to watch some shows normally because of geo-blocking according to the user’s IP location. You can conveniently access such content by using a firestick VPN though. Now that we know-how to stream the entire content, below is a list of some of the shows which are available on Amazon Prime for your incessant binge-watching:

Halo 4: Forward unto Dawn, 2012

It is a first-person shooter movie, following the idea of a freshman United Nations Space command cadet who quickly has to protect his school from alien invaders. It is written by Aaron Helbing and Todd Helbing and directed by Stewart Hendler. There are drama and heroism in this movie; the movie is the best choice for the new live-action drama lovers. It has an audience IMDb rating of 6.9.

Wing Commander, 1999

It is Sci-fi based on space combat simulators by the same name. Directed by Chris Roberts and stars Freddie Prinze, Matthew Lillard, and Saffron Burrows. It is based on a best-selling video game. The plot involves a war between the human and Kilrathi. If you are a fan of a fully packed science fiction action movie, this is a fantastic choice for you to enjoy. The game also is certainly a cult-classic.

Street Fighter: Round One: Fight!, 2009

Based on Udon’s Street Fighter comic book series, it will give you your fill of Ryu, Guile, M.Bison, and the rest of the gang with some nice visuals. Ryu & Ken solve the murder of their martial arts master. Directed By Joe Whiteaker and is written by Takashi Nishiyama. The show has an IMDb rating of 6.6 and is a tremendous choice for comic lovers.

House of the dead II, 2005

It is an American horror film and a sequel to the 2004 film, house of the dead. A virus breaks out at a university, and people turn into zombies. Directed by Michael Hurst and stars Emmanuelle Vaugier, Ed Quinn, and Sticky Fingaz in the lead. If you do not get horrified easily and willing to try yourself, this one is spot-on. It is a complete package of horror and action.

ReBoot, 1994

It is a Canadian computer-animated action-adventure TV series. The plot is about Nulls- slime characters, created by downloading and winning a game. The show is directed by Dick Zondag, Steve Ball, and George Samilski. Features Sharon Alexander and Paul Dobson in 49 episodes over 4 seasons. The show has an IMDb rating of 7.8. If you want to go for an adventure but cartoon-style cinema, try this one.

Cardfight!! Vanguard, 2011

It is anime TV series with 494 episodes over 12 seasons. Vanguard is a Japanese creation. It was created in collaboration between Akira Ito, Satoshi Nakamura, and Takaki Kidane. The show stars Aimi and Akeno Watanabe and has an IMDB rating of 7.1. Do not miss this one if you are an anime lover; it will be worth your time.

Whose Line is it Anyway, 1988

It is based on an unscripted comedy show in which 4 guest performers improvise their way through a series of games, and many of them depend on audience suggestions. Whose Line is it Anyway is a 250 episodes comedy show with over 10 seasons. Features Clive Anderson and written by Dan Patterson. Being a fan of stand-up comedy, I will definitely recommend you this show. If you fall in the category as well, you are in for a treat.

The old normal is not going to return anytime soon. People will still frown from visiting the theatres, given the contagiousness of the coronavirus. So, OTT entertainment is here to stay. You better make the most out of your subscriptions with the help of these recommendations. The above-mentioned shows are worth your time, and you will have a good time with your friends and family. There is no particular age group for these shows; anyone can watch them ranging from a kid of 5-6 years to a senior citizen of 60 and above years. So make sure to grab a popcorn tub and some coke to sit back and enjoy.

 

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