Back in the days of the GBA, pretty much any movie could get a game adaptation. That included Minority Report, which was turned into a GBA game called Minority Report: Everybody Runs. As you might expect, the game wasn't very good at all, but it turns out it could have been much worse and better at the same time.
Game Informer recently talked to developer Alex Hutchinson, who was part of the team who created the GBA game. Turns out Steven Spielberg himself had taken issue with one area of the game. He didn't want guns in the game, even though the movie was littered with guns. In a snippet from Game Informer's interview below, you can see full details of the interaction, as well as Spielberg's suggestion on what the guns could be replaced with.
“The only interesting part of that development was getting an email at some point from Steven Spielberg’s assistant, who said, ‘I see there are lots of guns in your Game Boy game.’ And we said, ‘Well, there are a lot of guns in your movie.’ And they said, ‘Steven feels that maybe kids shouldn’t see those guns.’ … And we were like, ‘It’s a three month production, four month production on a Game Boy game.’ We’re just like smashing it out basically. It was lucky that it booted. And we were like, ‘We can’t change it.’ And he’s like, ‘But he has one idea. There’s another weapon in the game called the Sick Stick, which makes you vomit. Can you replace all of the guns with this since kids love vomit?’ And we said no. That’s the only good part of that entire development.”
I have to say, I'm kind of sad that didn't happen. It would have made the game a least a little more interesting, or good for a laugh!