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Submitted by stefhutch20 888d ago | opinion piece

5 PS3 games that deserve a sequel

PS3 Attitude: "While some franchises simply refuse to go away, others seriously struggle to make the leap into multi-game territory. This can be for a number of reasons, but usually comes down to poor sales, regardless of how popular the game is among those who played it. This week, we’ve been discussing the likelihood of whether or not we’ll see a sequel to five of our favourite PS3 games." (3D Dot Game Heroes, Heavenly Sword, L.A. Noire, Mirror's Edge, PC, PS3, Rage, Xbox 360)

Abash  +   888d ago
I'd want a Heavenly Sword sequel to stray away from being like God of War
ATi_Elite  +   887d ago
Why the HELL does this have a PC Tag?

This has NOTHING to do with PC Gaming?

Hell it even has a Xbox360 Tag!!!

What the heck are you people doing over there? All those who approved this should be RESTRICTED from approving stories for 5 days!

PAY ATTENTION PEOPLE!
stefhutch20  +   887d ago
What are you talking about?

Three out of five of the featured games are also available on Xbox 360 and PC. Maybe YOU'RE the one who needs to pay attention.
Valenka  +   887d ago
While the article was good, I hate ones that classify multi-platform titles as if it were a console exclusive. Like, just say "5 Games That Deserve a Sequel." Don't say "PS3 Games" unless they're exclusives.
stefhutch20  +   887d ago
You make a fair point, but you have to bear in mind that we're a dedicated PS3 site. The reason I specified the platform was so people wouldn't leave comments saying 'How could you miss Lost Odyssey?' or whatever.

I hope that makes sense. :)
ziggurcat  +   887d ago
3D dot game heroes, yes... L.A. noire? ...not so much. great game, but not something that lends itself to a sequel.
Wigriff  +   887d ago
I would LOVE another 3D Dot Game Heroes. Hell, wouldn't it be cool if they did the same sort of thing for 'old school' JRPG's as well?
MidnytRain  +   887d ago
3D Dot Game Heroes was a very fun, memorable, and at times, maddening game, lol. I would totally get into a sequel. A truly unappreciated PS3 exclusive.
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Wigriff  +   887d ago
Didn't it sell 3 or 4 times more copies in North America than anticipated? I'm kinda shocked that there hasn't been talk of a sequel in all these years. It might be a niche market, but that niche is obviously more expansive than they thought initially. *shrug*
Horny  +   887d ago
Loved 3d dot heroes and would definitely purchase the sequel. Heavenly sword was a good game as well, maybe they have something in mind for ps4.
RivetCityGhoul  +   887d ago
id probably would only want to see a sequel to L.A. Noire. needless to say its was a good game but had very serious flaws. like repetitiveness, while i do respect what team bondi did with creating something very unique and it actually sold (at least there is still a demand for niches stuff like L.A. Noire) i just think Rockstar can do a better job with the IP.
RiseAbove  +   887d ago
Sigh....I'm still waiting on MediEvil 3. And I would also love a 3D Dot Game Heroes.

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