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Submitted by Buff1044 1757d ago | opinion piece

Video Game Franchises That Should Die (RunDLC)

There’s no escaping the glut of video game sequels littering store shelves. Not that we’re running from them all. We gladly snatch up the latest entries in the Halo, Gears of War and Resident Evil franchises. Some, however, have clearly run their course, and it’s time for the respective publishers to either pull the plug or do something innovative. That being said, here are a handful of video game franchises that need to disappear.

John Artest (RunDLC) (Babysitting Mama, Gardening Mama, Imagine: Fashion Designer, Mario Party 8, Mario Party DS, Nintendo DS, PS3, Silent Hill: Homecoming, Silent Hill: Origins, Wii, Xbox 360)

donniebaseball  +   1757d ago
Totally agree on Mario Party. Stop abusing the crap out of these characters Nintendo! And needless to say Tony Hawk has deserved to be canned for a long time now.

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