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Submitted by Pozzle 365d ago | opinion piece

10 Riskiest Gaming Sequels That Didn’t Pay Off

WC writes: "While they may have been a commercial or critical success (not the case for every entry on this list), fan reaction can make or break a series and some of these games were turned on almost instantly. Let this be a lesson to game developers all over the world: be careful when creating a sequel to a well-loved game; sometimes it’s far better to leave it well alone instead." (Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts, Devil May Cry 2, Duke Nukem Forever, PC, PS3, Resident Evil 6, Xbox 360)

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