While store shelves may be glutted with Maddens, Tony Hawks, and Calls of Duty, there are many games that never got a Part 2. Check out the 49 Best Sequel-Less Games!
I'm surprised Body Harvest for the N64 wasn't up there. Now that was a good game. Very creepy, very mystirious, very adventurous, a lot of puzzeling and very hard. Never got to finish it. But damn, I would like to play this again and finish it.
Hope it comes out on the virtual console some day.
RIVER CITY RANSOM~NES, FINAL FANTASY TACTICS~PSONE, not the Remakes either!CHOCOBO RACING~PSONE, ETERNAL CHAMPIONS~GENESIS, CONKER~64 these are a few I can only think of now lol! But I own all these games and play them to this day!
1.Its really hard to choose between 1st and 2nd (Grim and Psycho...)
2.The first two games are made by Tim Schafer. Like his games as "Citizen Kane" of gaming, he is "Orson Welles" of game makers or "Hitchcock".
3.Sacrifice, Call Of Cthulhu, The Last Express & Planescape: Torment need a higher place on the list and games like Arcanium, Hounting Grounds and Omikron (From Quantic Dream) need to be added.
4.Aside from River City, all the games on comment above recieved sequels:
FF Tactics is getting remake on PSP and sequel on DS. Eternal Champions had sequel on Sega CD or Saturn and Conker had his sequel on Xbox.
The whole time I was browsing the list, I was thinking that Eternal Darkness better be on it. I'm glad it made the 4th spot. That game was one of the best experiences I've ever encountered in my 20 years of gaming.
Call of Cthulhu is one of the coolest horror games I've ever played. It has excellent atmosphere.
Did "Blaster Master" for the NES ever have any sequels?
That was a sweet game.
where is the folllow up??? I fu$%ing loved that game and I want more! more! more!
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