Sequels, eh? Gaming is an industry which thrives on them. But despite the proliferation of numbers at the end of the titles on shelves, the world's publishers and studios still haven't cracked how to do a follow-up right.
Sometimes things turn out perfectly of course (Gears 2, please stay brilliant), but all too often a myriad of stunningly stupid ideas screw things right up during the development process. So to protect you from buying any more of these bad games, deceitfully masquerading as they do, under the good names of their predecessors, GamesRadar has compiled a list of warning signs to look out for.