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Re: Forgotten Games that should have sequel

Apr 14, 2013
Oh Gosh Duck Hunt... good **bleep** times.
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I'd love to see a remake or sequel to "Lucky & Wild."

It never got a home console release. It would fit in perfect with today's "PS Move" / "Kinect" gaming.

 

Lucky & Wild Arcade

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there has never existed a game that deserves a sequel as much.

 


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CaptainAlbator wrote:

Freedom Fighters was one of the best games of the PS2 era. That fact that it hasn't received a sequel is downright criminal

 


A Walmart bargain bin purchase for me that was quite surprising when I got to playing it.  Would love a sequel but if I remember, EA is the pub, IO Interactive is the dev (too lazy to dig it out of a box).  IO is under Square now so who would EA put on it that could do a sequel justice?

 

As for the topic at hand, there are quite a few from the PS1 and PS2 eras that could use new installments this gen.  I imagine some are a matter of publishers not wanting to take the risk on putting $xx million/AAA budgets behind them but they can easily deliver a proper series experience on the PSN at $10-20.  Hell, SEGA makes a new Golden Axe/Streets of Rage that does the past titles justice and you have my $10-15 for it on the PSN.


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I could play PONG all day long, simple but so addicting, part of the birth of video games.

 

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I had a pong machine, 4 player, in my basement growing up.  2 white knobs, 2 black knobs, and a Black and White TV Smiley Very Happy

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CaptainAlbator wrote:

Freedom Fighters was one of the best games of the PS2 era. That fact that it hasn't received a sequel is downright criminal

 


TY TY TY!  I've been asking for this for a long time.  This is actually what ticked me off so bad when my 60 gig finally died forever, I couldn't play freedom fighters anymore  "cratzy nos topias"  (sorry if i spelled that wrong lol)

 

 

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Apr 15, 2013

TJ & E, and Ducktales!  Yeah!

 

My favorite part of DT was when you got to be Gizmo Duck.  Blathering Blatherskite!

 

 

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Apr 15, 2013

I would not mind seeing a reprisal or sequal to Wild 9

 

 

 

Or another instalment of Maximo.

 

 

 

 

Had that Ghost and Goblins (Gouls and Ghosts) Thing going on.

 

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Maximo is based on the same unniverse as Ghost and Goblin Smiley Happy
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Apr 15, 2013
Mirrors edge 2 please & I can die happy

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