MWEB GameZone writes: "Celebrating those video game franchises that have just gotten better with each entry."
Souls games ftw. Also, now that song is stuck in my head all over again haha
People can still find faults in some of the installments of the franchises listed in this article No franchise is inherently perfect and flawless
Agreed, but its not about being perfect or flawless. Just about the franchises that haven't, in our opinion, had a bad entry. Like AC's Unity for example
GTA IV was pretty meh as was DkS2. 1st Witcher wasn't great and Skyrim has pretty bad swordplay and fell short of Oblivion. Also Unity was actually a pretty good AC game. It's just cool to hate on Ubi now so they blew the glitches out of proportion.
Nothing is perfect or flawless, agreed, but at least these franchises do well consistently
IMO, the first Witcher wasn’t that great. Also, there have been a multitude of let-downs for The Elder Scrolls series. Sure they aren’t main installments, but they are still there.
Agree. I do love Skyrim. That is such a good game.
Hmm.. Trilogys mainly I see. Gears of war would've fit if they had stopped, same with halo. I see a pattern.
For me the only game series that have never let me down is Metal Gear Solid, MGS 1 was one of the TOP 3 games of PS1, MGS 2 & 3 but especially 3 was also one of the TOP 3 games in PS2, MGS 4 considered one of the best games in PS3, it have a 94 Metascore with 82 in total professional reviews that is all positive, MGS 5 have a 93 Metascore & is also one of the TOP PS4 games, so imo on a list such as this one you can't leave MGS out because Hideo Kojima never disappoint, this guy deliver for the past 4 console generations masterpiece after masterpiece, so how they guy who did this article let out one of the most successful & brilliant game franchise of all time? it really makes you to wonder...
Enemy Territory - Quake Wars was a thing. I feel like that was a let down
Uncharted for me. All the games by ND have been incredible!!
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