Top 15 | Games that deserve a sequel.
Over the years, several classic games have reappeared with their sequences, such as Super Mario, Zelda, Crash and others. Some have since become successful franchises that release a new game each year, while others have seen a brief success with an iteration and have never been seen or heard from again. There are a lot of great games that never got a second chance, which is why I and I have put together a list here to summarize which games we, at MDG, think deserve / need a sequel.
15. Shadow of the Colossus
Shadow of the Colossus presents a world full of imposing creatures, recently remastered, allowing former fans to revisit the classic with unmatched visual fidelity and improved performance.
The stories speak of an ancient kingdom where the Colossi dominate the majestic landscape. Earthbound, these creatures have the secret to a mystical resurrection power, a power you must obtain to bring your love back to life.
Shadow of the Colossus is a spectacular journey through ancient lands in search of giant beasts. Armed with a sword and bow, explore the vast terrain and reveal each Colossus, each with a unique challenge to test your intelligence, determination and skill.
Capcom’s Onimusha series tells the story of samurai warriors, aided by ogres, who fight legions of demons. The series is basically a 3rd person action game, similar to Devil May Cry, but it also has some tactics and fighting games.
13. Sunset Overdrive
In Sunset Overdrive, it’s the year 2027 and Sunset City is under siege. A contaminated energy drink has turned a large part of the population into toxic mutants. For many, it is the end of the world. But for you, it’s a dream come true. Your old boss? Dead. Your boring job? It’s over. Transform the open world into your tactical playground using grinds, jumps and running through city walls while making use of a devastating and unconventional arsenal. With hyperagility, unique weapons and customizable special abilities, Sunset Overdrive rewrites the rules of traditional shooting games and offers a totally unique, explosive, irreverent and stylish adventure, exclusive to Xbox One.
12. Need for Speed Underground 2
The first version of Need for Need for Speed UnderGround has already brought major changes. The sequel features even more spectacular news.
Need for Speed UnderGround 2 keeps passenger cars accessible to the public. They are machines that you find in traditional dealerships, but with beautiful touches of visual customization and mechanical improvements for better performance on the streets.
The game makes room for you to modify even the interior of the vehicle. Need for Speed UnderGround 2 also brings a more convincing nitro system. Being more faithful to reality, it requires more skill and dexterity from the pilot.
11. LA Noire
A violent and gloomy police thriller set in Los Angeles in the 1940s.
In the midst of the golden age of post-war Hollywood, Cole Phelps, a Los Angeles police department detective, falls headlong into a city that is drowning in its own success. Corruption is widespread, drug trafficking is on the rise and the homicide rate has never been higher. In his struggle to move up and do what is right, Phelps must uncover the truth behind a series of arson, conspiracy plots and brutal murders, facing the Los Angeles underworld and even members of the department itself to reveal a secret that can shake the foundations of the whole city. Using revolutionary facial animation technology that captures every detail of the actors’ facial performance with astonishing realism, LA Noire combines breathtaking action with authentic police investigations to create an unprecedented narrative experience.
10. Midnight Club
Games in the Midnight Club series have always been played a lot by the public, which can count on a wide range of licensed vehicles. This is no different in the case described in the production. A list of available cars covers both classic Cary muscle, represented among others by many different variants of the iconic Ford Mustang (also from Shelby), as well as modern production machines. In the latter case, we can choose between cars from brands like Mitsubishi (Lancer, Eclipse, 3000GT) Saleen (S7 Twin-Turbo), Lamborghini (Gallardo, Murcielago) and Mazda (RX8). The game is also a number of motorcycles (including selected Kawasaki models). All available machines can be tuningowac. Upgrade includes both the exterior and the more expensive parts that improve performance and traction.
9. Dino Crisis
Created by the same director of Resident Evil, Shinji Mikami. The game follows the same element differentiating only the antagonist, who now instead of hungry humans, are bloodthirsty animals.
Dino Crisis was released in July 1999 for the PlayStation. Other versions for DreamCast, Microsoft Windows and PlayStation Network. Having as main character, Regina.
8. Vagrant Story
Considered one of the great classics of the first PlayStation, the action RPG Vagrant Story is still one of the best titles released by the producer Square Enix, but for some reason it never won a sequel or a new version.
7. Grim Fandango
Grim Fandango was developed by LucasArts and originally launched in 1998. The game won the remastered version made by Double Fine Productions in 2015, which features improved graphics, orchestrated soundtrack, bonus content and new control options.
6. Alan Wake
Alan Wake is a third-person action game that was developed by Finnish Remedy Entertainment, the same as the famous Max Payne. The game was distributed by Microsoft Game Studios.
The story begins with writer Alan Wake, who recently lost his inspiring muse, moving to the small town of Bright Falls, with the goal of starting a new life and writing books about his own nightmares. But not everything goes as planned
The game was originally developed for the Playstation 2 by Clover Studio and distributed by Capcom. Okami offered an innovative tool called a celestial brush. This brush allowed players to draw symbols on the screen, with the purpose of
Okami tells the story of the sun god Amaterasu, from Shinto culture. With Japanese roots, the legends of the game are all taken from Shinto, a religion very widespread in the region, and all of them are well known in Japan, although they have a certain character.
The main character in Limbo is an anonymous boy who wakes up in the middle of a forest on the edge of hell. The boy searches for his missing sister, and finds only a few human characters who attack and flee him. Once on the journey, the boy catches a glimpse of a female character, but she disappears before he can reach her. Eventually, the forest gives way to a collapsing city scenario. At the conclusion of the final puzzle, the boy is thrown on a glass panel and ends up in the forest again. The boy keeps going until he finds a girl. When he approaches, she gets up, startled; the game suddenly ends at this point.
3. Spec Ops: The Line
Forget the paradisiacal image you have of Dubai, as it is no longer there. At least not in Spec Ops: The Line, which featured post-apocalyptic scenarios and published by 2K Games.
The city, once known for the magnificence of its buildings, is now buried under many meters of sand thanks to a series of cataclysms, which opens space for a real stage of destruction, built in real time by the explosions of the armaments and the shots of the firearms, capable of piercing cement and shattering windows
The presence of sand in the scenario is one of the main aspects of the game, causing scenarios and terrain to change in a matter of seconds, opening craters and devastating the armed forces. You embark on this journey in the role of a soldier of the American forces with the purpose of rescuing someone who is lost.
Black, developed by Criterion Games and published by Electronic Arts, it is a classic awaited by all. It was released on February 24, 2006 for the PlayStation 2 and the Xbox. The game is notable for its heavily stylized action, as well as its award-winning sound quality and for focusing on destructive effects during the game.
Bully takes Rockstar’s tradition of innovation, original gameplay and humorous, ironic narrative to an entirely different setting: the schoolyard.
As a demonic student, you will face bullies, be the scapegoat for teachers, play tricks, win or lose the girl, and finally learn how to overcome the obstacles of the worst school in the region, the Bullworth Academy.