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Submitted by Bagogames 1177d ago | opinion piece

In Progress, Five Sequels I Would Love to See

Nathan Braudrick of Bagogames: I’ll be the first one to disparage the oversaturation of a property. The yearly releases of certain titles tend to, in my opinion, water down what can originally be an engaging experience. I’m not the only one that feels this way either. For a more in-depth look at this trend you should check out the fantastic editorial written by our very own Lindsay Belle Chambers. There are, however, certain titles that I would love to see more of. (Bully: Scholarship Edition, Deadly Premonition, PC, PS3, Red Dead Redemption, Wii, Xbox 360)

Ajoyshop  +   1177d ago
I didn't particularly enjoy Alan Wake. Flashlights and limited ammo to kill dark shadowy enemies was very odd to me. Not to mention finding a written script, which followed your actions verbatim, along the way. It felt too gimmicky. Maybe a second game could be better but I have my doubts.
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Bagogames  +   1177d ago
The game was supposed to be odd, and I felt it was a truly unique and refreshing change from the normal horror game where attacking any problem with enough bullets would do the trick. Agree to disagree, I suppose.
TekoIie  +   1177d ago
Only thing that bugged me about it when i bought it was the lip syncing. Its all over the place at the beginning and then becomes acceptable half way through.
Orangeandwhite  +   1177d ago
Personally, I really enjoyed Alan wake. The odd creepy setting was something straight out of a stephen king book. Something you would imagine in your mind and come up with totally creatively. The limited bullets is what provided suspence and gave the creatures a real threat and the feeling of Alan going into limbo and having to save his wife created a great story in mind. Not to mention the old lady as the villain was totally badass and your best friend was hilarious. So a sequel would be much loved.
pumpkinlord45  +   1177d ago
I wouldn't mine seeing an Alan Wake sequel. I do believe that Remedy has already said they are working on one.
Bagogames  +   1177d ago
I think they're working on another expansive DLC-like game, and not as of yet a direct sequel. Can't complain, but I do wish they would hurry up before I start feeling antsy.
Jourdy288  +   1176d ago
I'd give a little piece of my liver for a Mirror's Edge sequel.

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