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Video Game Franchises That Need Reboots

Save and Quit - "At some point in the life cycle of most large video game series things become too bogged down in convoluted mythologies, idiotic plots, and awful spinoffs."

This are a few games that need a fresh start.

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ape0071438d ago (Edited 1438d ago )

I couldn't agree more with TUROK, yes the 2008 Turok game ruined and destroyed the masterpiece that was Turok.

another game made by acclaim at that time is Shadow Man, words cannot describe how awesome and how unique that game was, it had amazing soundtrack, game design, length, mystery, voice acting, puzzles, exploration and atmosphere, sadly the sequel released on PS2 was a disappointment

http://www.youtube.com/watc... "main theme"

http://www.youtube.com/watc... this is from one of my favorite levels in the game

Ryatta1438d ago

3D Sonic games are getting better as Sega have worked out how to make a good game in 3d.

A reboot of sonic won't change much.. what's really there to reboot?, the one plus of it would be removing all the extended series characters

FunkMacNasty1438d ago (Edited 1438d ago )

A new Turok that didn't suck (like the more recent one from a few years back) would be awesome! Speaking of Dinosaur hunters, I'd Also love to see a re-boot of the Dino Crysis franchise!

And I'd also really REALLY love to see a Driver game redone properly. The most recent re-boot of that franchise played well enough to be mildly entertaining, but the storyline premise and gameplay for changing vehichles was laughable. Certainly not suited for a badass like Tanner. I'd be cool if they did a real dark and gritty take on the original Driver game set in the late 70's-early 80's where Tanner returns to his serious badass undercover self instead of the more recent wisecracking, mind-jacking tool that he was portrayed as in Driver San Francisco.