There's always that one game that you play and think to yourself "Why didn't this ever get a sequel?" or maybe "Why the hell did this get a sequel!?" whichever it is here's some games we picked out that fit both of those thoughts.
who else just loved intelligent qube?
Genius! Very addicting game.
Intelligent Qube was dope, and as much as I loved Super Mario RPG, I wouldn't want them to make a sequel out of it. The sequel would have ALOT to live up to as good as that game was.
Well, they kind of made a spiritual successor to Super Mario RPG with the Paper Mario series and the Mario & Luigi series instead. I agree though, I wouldn't want a direct sequel.
and a second one did come out guys. google it! i still have my first copy. :)
Yeah! Kurushi final! I own the sequel, don't know what the article is going on about. It had a puzzle editor and other cool features :)
It stressed me out as a kid.
is was a lil late to the party for the ps1 but i loved it never got the game but rocked the demo all the time
I never had the full game but I was hooked on the ps underground demo for a minute. I never knew there as a sequel
I never heard of intelligent qube, but isn't there one for the PSP or something?
different game, similar concept afaik http://www.gamespot.com/psp...
Big Legend of Dragoon fan here, the only other PSX RPG I truly loved outside of the FF's. The battle system reminded me of the skill-based Mario RPG mechanics. Haven't seen many RPGs since do it better than those two.
I agree, I wish Sony would confirm those oft-rumoured sequels.
TOTALLY AGREE THEY NEED TO MAKE PART 2 I STILL HAVE MY ORGINAL COPY OF LOD AND STILL PLAY
Legend of Dragoon was awsome. Im pretty sure I still have my copy of the game somewhere in a box at my mom's house. If not a sequel then please Sony give me a PS3 or PSP updated version.
Luigi's Mansion 2 and Eternal Darkness 2 Where are they???? :(
seeing Abe brings a joyful, nostalgia-filled tear to my eye every time. Where the hell is more of Abe :( (munch and wrath weren't worthy successors)
Ah, I miss Luigi's mansion so much :( Didn't the ending hint towards a sequel also?
Oddworld is returning, hopefully soon. Back to it's dark routes, that made the series great
I agree with this post, Halo 3 didn't deserve a new title. Halo 3: ODST blowed master chief cock!
Super Mario Rpg. So many fond memories of that game.
ok so i went to check. not only did a second one come out on the PsOne (called Kurushi Final: Mental Blocks) but a third one came out on the PS2 (I.Q. Remix+). the one that was then released on the PSP (I.Q. Mania) was a remake that featured all previous 3 games!
Am I really like the only one that loved ODST? I loved the new way that they did the campaign, and how I couldn't just run and gun and expect to have unlimited ammo. It just made the Halo universe feel new again, but still familiar.. Plus, firefight was just plain addicting and fun. I played it at my friends for hourss at a time.. & the fact that they included the whole halo 3 multiplayer experience, and the maps, and forge. Especially since I never paid for the map packs for Halo 3, since I'm a cheapo.. Well, ODST was definitely worth the $60 for me. It obviously wasn't for other people, and I really do not consider myself a sheep. I don't buy games just because the masses do..
Yeah but a lot of people did just buy it because it was a Halo game. (this is probably my last comment for this post too so anyone directing comments at me I won't be able to reply)
I got ODST for ~$30, and was really pleased (thanks to Amazon for great gaming deals)! Basically ODST was a new take on Halo campaign. Both the atmosphere, and the sense of difficulty was really well executed. But on the other hand we seem to be the minority...
Proud owner of Intelligence Cube. I actually refrain myself from playing it because it will be all I think about inmy sleep, it's that addicting.
assassin's creed 2
Oh god I loved Kurushi. The others on the list I can take or leave (never played LOD).
needs a sequel-freedom fighters why did this get a sequel-bioshock 2. it was a technically competent game but it added nothing to the universe or lore. i understand $ talks but nothing destroys the pleasant memories of a good book/movie/game like a forced, unnecessary sequel.
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