GotGame: We’re in a gaming age where sequels are the norm. So long as there’s at least mild interest, or the sales numbers from the original game to back it up, there’s no shortage of part 2s, 3s, and sometimes even more.
That’s all fine and dandy for hit franchises like Halo, Resident Evil, Super Mario Bros. and Resistance, but what about other solid games that haven’t seen a sequel? Unfortunately if games, good as they might be, don’t perform well at retail, the chance of seeing another related game is usually pretty slim. That is unless of course gamers speak up and demand them, though that doesn’t always work either.