8 Games that need sequels

Here are eight games that need sequels. These games are ones that players would love to experience for another time, bigger and better. All games on this list are seriously enjoyable experiences and I recommend playing each of them yourself if you haven’t already.

8. Bulletstorm

Games that need sequels

Bulletstorm is an underrated action FPS game that was released in 2011. The gunplay and many scenes of the game were absolutely jaw-dropping. It was a loud and over-the-top experience that featured a ton of ways to creatively kill your enemies. The story was decent as well, and the ending made it really feel like we need a sequel.

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7. Half-Life 2

I’m not talking about Half-Life: Alyx. We need Half-Life 3. It’s basically a meme by now and I’m positive that most of you are familiar with that. There are sayings that we’ll see a sequel in the future but nothing is written in stone yet. Everyone who played and enjoyed the Half-Life games is surely eagerly hoping to see a sequel in the future, I’m sure. Hopefully, we’ll see an announcement sooner than later.

6. Sleeping Dogs

Games that need sequels

Sleeping Dogs is another underrated crime video game which had an impressive combat system. It was set in Hong Kong and while many people call it a Grand Theft Auto clone, it did some things better than GTA. There were plans for a sequel but it never was announced. United Front is not a huge developer so the worst case is we’ll never see a sequel for this gem. This game has a cult-like following; I’m sure each and every one of them really wants a sequel.

5. Bully

Bully was a unique game that offered fun that no other game offered at that time. You played as a high schooler and there were all sorts of crazy activities you could take part in. It was open-world and was made by Rockstar Games. Now, it’s likely that we may see an announcement for the game in the future because there have been rumors. But nothing is guaranteed. One thing is for certain, though: if it’s done correctly, the next game will be really popular. The first one is very memorable and surely, players would love more of that.

4. Days Gone

Days Gone received bad reviews at launch but it sure didn’t deserve them. It’s one of the best zombie games to date and there were many things that made the game quite impressive. The voice acting, the graphics, the story, and the gameplay were all well done. While it does have its issues, it’s in no way a bad game. More of the post-apocalyptic fun will be welcome. Days Gone received a PC port, so hopefully, we’ll hear news of a sequel in the future.

3. Bloodborne

Bloodborne is one of the most beloved action RPGs of all-time and many players consider it to be the best FromSoftware game, even after the release of Elden Ring. The lore, the story, and especially the gameplay were really good and it offers good replay value, too. But replaying a game isn’t nearly the same as playing a sequel, and Bloodborne is one game that truly needs one. Hopefully, the first game will release on PC too, so many others will be able to experience it. And let’s hope for Bloodborne 2 as well.

2. Prince of Persia

The Prince of Persia games were spiritual predecessors of the Assassin’s Creed series. They were linear but offered exceptional combat and gameplay for the time. There aren’t many games set in the Middle Eastern kingdoms that are as memorable as these games. The Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Remake has been announced. Hopefully, a full-blown sequel will also see the light of day sooner or later.

1. Black

You might not have even heard of this game if you haven’t played many PS2 games. Black is regarded as one of the best FPS games of the time and it’s still loved to this day. While it didn’t have multiplayer or really not much more than a usual FPS game, it was somewhat a pioneer of the premises for games like Call of Duty. If we’d at least see a remaster or a remake that will be available for more platforms, that’d be great. A sequel is unlikely, to be honest, but I really think it’s a game that needs one.

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