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Submitted by Pozzle 891d ago | opinion piece

10 (More) Forgotten Video Game Franchises That Need To Make A Comeback

Since 2003, almost fifteen Call of Duty titles have been released, and the series shows no signs of slowing down. The market for video game sequels is huge, as high game prices mean people are reluctant to venture money on any franchise they’re unsure about. Every now and then, however, a potentially great series falls by the wayside (for whatever reason), ending up as nothing more than a footnote in gaming history.

These games may be remembered fondly by a few, but for the most part have all but vanished in the mists of time – and that’s a shame. We recently published a list of ten forgotten video game franchises that need to make a comeback, but then quickly realised there are plenty more that deserved a mention. So let’s explore, in this list, 10 more dead video game franchises that desperately require a revival amidst the waves of Halo’s and Pro Evo’s. (Culture)

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