15 Sequels In Popular Video Games Franchises You didn’t know existed in the film franchise

Sequels are hard to crack. There’s always the question of the number of items you need to add, which one to replace and which one to iterate on. Sometimes developers try to take on the original core concepts, but sometimes they do this in parallel with one another, while other times they create sequels to spin-offs that had no fans attention first. Either way, this can cause these sequels to be ignored by the fanbase and to that end there are 15 sequels that you probably didn’t know existed.

Metal Gear Acid 2

While mainline Metal Gear Solid has many names, its Metal Gear has several spin-off-series including Metal Gear Acid, but it also has a lot of entries. It’s possible that some fans tried this hidden gem out but it’s very unlikely you knew about the sequel, Metal Gear Acid 2, which was released in 2005. This sequel to the card-based RPG is anything fans can expect from a sequel, thus improving on the elements found in the original and introducing a few new ideas.

The fight is hard, but the pain isn’t so.

Crash Bandicoot, one of the most important mascots in the success of Sonys, is one of the most important mascots in the console industry, but most fans would only know Crash as a full-time platformer (and once in a blue moon, a cart racer). It’s not surprising that the original Crash of Titans wasn’t very well received by fans and critics alike. The sequel, Crash: Mind Over Mutant (Down). It will not be difficult to understand the earliest criticisms of the original, but since interest in the spinoff wasn’t very strong to start with these improvements, and so the fate of this spin-off series didn’t imply that it would change.

F-Zero: Climax.

The F-Zero games are for the most respected anti-gravity racers even after so many years, but the discussion surrounding these games is usually limited to its mainline console entries. It’s a shame the F-Zero: Climax released for the Game Boy Advance is a great follow-up, with great survival mode, and a very strong track editor. It’s a short game, but it’s definitely worth a try for the series fans.

Valkyria Chronicles 3.

Valkyria Chronicles 3 is a game that many fans of the series haven’t played, and for a good reason. The third time of the franchise that was a fully-initiated role-playing franchise was poor in the West, but it could be seen in that region because the second two games are in relatively low sales. In essence, even the most passionate fans of this series would be temptations to skip this one because all non-Japanese players would have to take on a lot of hoops to get the game running.

Against 4

In contrast to many other games on the list, Contra 4 is still an under-appreciated entry in a well-known franchise. That’s all possible because Contra 4 skipped home console and was restricted to the Nintendo DS. While the lack of use for that system, long-time fans would rather use a proper Contra game than a portable game despite its many benefits.

Star Wars: Renegade Squadron: Renegade, the Star Wars tire – en-suite.

With Rebellion Developments in which it worked out a legacy with the Sniper Elite series, Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron was released in 2007 for the PSP and quickly went viral across the web. And that’s a shame because Battlefront: Renegade Squadron has improved all of the aspects of Battlefront 2, which made it a great sequel in many ways.


Okami is considered one of the most unique games in the PS2 generation, and while a successful commercial debut came, it has still made huge fandom over the years. Okamiden, which is one of the DS’s games, has not won much commercial or critical fandom either. While some of its aspects, like the controls can be dealt with on the own, its still an enjoyable experience.

Zone of Enders: The Fist of Mars.

Zone of the Enders is a fantastic Mecha brawler released for the PS2, and many fans all the time eagerly demanded a sequel. So there was a sequel. The game Boy Advance, Zone of the Enders: The Fist of Mars, released in 2001, reversing the Mech. The experience is the most appropriate for the portable hardware. It’s not particularly amazing, but it’s nothing to make in a surprise.

The war: War and the Force.

The Front Mission series remains an under-appreciated gem in the West, but the few people who played it will sing endless praises about it. With this fandom and such a rare popularity, many of the long-running series’ entries have been restricted to Japan, but also to Front Mission 5: Scars of the War, which is now the last numbered entry before the reboot was finally released and was quickly unsuccessful.

The Fall of the Storm: Final Fantasy 5.

Final Fantasy 7 is one of the most beloved players of the long-running JRPG franchise. Nevertheless, there are many spin-offs and full-fledged remakes in it’s name. Before Crisis: Final Fantasy 7 is essentially a prequel to the main story of the game and lets players play their own adventure. The game wasn’t very popular in the first two categories: a) it was released only in Japan and b) it was limited to the mobile phone and accessible through a monthly subscription. This development will play a part of its FF7 remake initiative.

Silent Hill: Memories; book of Silence, note to note.

Silent Hill is when it’s playing the best on your fear of the unknown and on smarts and uses his puzzles, enemies and atmosphere to create a tense feel. Silent Hill: Book of Memories is a proof of that, which has built up survivalist roots, gaining action-packed dungeon experience. Unsurprisingly, fans lambasted developers for this effort, so that is the reason that this sequel remains rarely discussed in discussions.

Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood.

The blue blur lacks all the games, and while others are highly revered others, they’re considered among the worst of the time. Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood is located somewhere in the middle of the middle of the street, with its own clever and sarcastic ideas and endless choices about the gameplay. The game was developed by BioWare but because it failed to impress any critics right out the gate interest quickly dropped to the point where many fans hardly realized the game existed.

The mystery of Jaime’s book.

In Jak and Daxter’s playhouse is a great venue for action-adventures, including Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier. Even though you might not have heard of this, we don’t know you’re stupid. For starters, The Lost Frontier was undeveloped by Naughty Dog and then the game was released in 2009 for the PS2 and PSP, three years after Sony has released the PS3. This two factors gave no favor to the game and was the Lost Frontier which went on in history as a poorly-reviewed sequel.

Megaman X: Command mission.

Like many other games on this list, Mega Man has had no shortage of games all the time. However, many games were limited to handheld devices – including Mega Man X: Command Mission, an original spin-off to the Megaman X franchise that turned the series into an RPG. It didn’t get many fans’ attention, so it didn’t get much fandom in the first place.

The legend of Zelda is ancient stone.

The Legend of Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets is a controversial title in a long-running series that is mostly because players have to jump through tons of hoops when they were able to download that game. This legend of Zelda, ancient stone tablets only downloaded via a four-part download by the BS-X Broadcasting System. The sequel to the book The Lost Time is a tremendous time, but unfortunately lost time due to the many technicalities in this game.

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