For me KOTOR 3..and not the MMORPG..but i'd love a legit squeal to the Knights of the Old Republic games...it was such a great series. I know ICO came out with a sort of squeal to shadow of the colossus..buut another one where you fight the colossi would be epic.
I would say Shaolin Monks and Sub Zero Mythology or at least a game about the Lin Kuei stories or just a game about the Cyber Initiative... I would be happy either way,
Hmm. The sequel or spiritual successor I would like to see the most would have to be for LA Noire
They had a game called Whore of the Orient (interesting title lol) in development but they had cancelled it a little while back. LA Noire was very different in its debut. Introduced some very fresh elements in gameplay and the animations were intriguing. I'd love to see something of that sort be released again.
Needless to say, a Shaolin Monks 2 or MK RPG/adventure game would be a dream come true... Dead Island 2 (Riptide doesn't count), where the f**k are you!? Lol. In all realism, it likely will. Just messin' around and getting impatient. Sumo Digital took over amongst this development hell. Blah. They're just taking their sweet time
Furthermore, I loved a game called Rage and to me it is one of the most underrated games out there. I much preferred this game to Borderlands any day. Meaning of course there are some similarities, but Rage was just so much more enjoyable in my mind. John Goodman playing a role was pretty stellar too, seriously! Last but not least, another Enslaved game please and thank you <3
A proper Sonic Adventure 3.
Current graphics technology, a serious plot, decent cast of returning characters and most of all a non-orchestral OST (something reminiscent of SA2) and I'd be all over that f**king thing.
Joined 31 Jan 07
United States of America
24 Years Old
-There is a sequel in development Hell that'll probably never get released but Sanity's Requiem was amazing and I need more in my life. lol
-I know there are a few more titles in Japan but here in North America we only got the one console title on GameCube and it holds some of my fondest gaming memories.