Welcome to this week's, "Sequel, Spin Off, Start Over or Stay Dead?" Each week we're going to look at a dormant franchise that was once pretty popular, but for some reason has disappeared into the sands of time. Diehard GameFAN staffers will have four options for what they want to have happen to the series and you can see them in the title of this piece.
This week, Diehard GameFAN is looking at a franchise that died in 2002 after the third and final entry in the series hit the original Xbox. Despite the second and third games in the series receiving mixed opinions on the overall quality, the first game in the series is so beloved that older gamers still clamour for Sega to do something with the franchise. Alas, neither of the titular characters has even so much as appeared in a Sega All-Stars game. This is a bit sad considering the original game for the Sega Genesis is often labeled as one of the best games ever released for that system, as well for the entire 16-Bit era. Let's see what three of Diehard GameFAN's staffers feel should be done with ToeJam and Earl.