Chalgyr's Game Room writes:
A continuation of the article from Pierre-Yves yesterday, Hamza now shares his thoughts on the matter. We all have games that just resonated for us. Maybe they were part of a series that came to an end (when was the last proper Shining Force game?) or a single game that just never garnered even one follow-up title (I'm looking at you, Heavenly Sword). Here are a handful of other games we would make a case for.
In 1988, Wasteland was released to the MS-DOS to widespread critical acclaim. So influential was the game that it played an instrumental role in the development of the now-iconic Fallout series, which is considered the spiritual successor to Wasteland. In 2014 a sequel was announced, and in the following year the cleverly titled Wasteland 2 made its way to the PC. Among the key people who worked on it were Chris Avellone and Brian Fargo - two of the most notable personalities behind the first two Fallout games. If Wasteland could finally get a proper sequel nearly three decades later, then I think another game from the same era should also deserve similar respect and follow-up.