17 Biggest Game Sequels We Want To See
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Whether they're direct continuations that carry on the events of the previous game or unrelated follow-ups that share a general theme, gamers love--and love to hate--video game sequels. While you can argue that the emphasis on sequels seems to overshadow the creation of new, original IP, sometimes sequels produce unique experiences in their own right. Like the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild--the characters and themes are the same, but the game was a refreshing take on the entire open-world genre.
Sequels are a huge part of game development, but most creators shy away from revealing what they have in the works too early. But that doesn't stop up from speculating on what would be. So in this feature, we've gathered together our wishlist of games that deserve sequels, or unannounced games that potentially could be announced.
Some of the games you'll see in this feature are a little more far-fetched than others; Grand Theft Auto VI, outside of Rockstar Games seeming like it always disappears off the face of the planet, is going to happen someday soon. There are already rumors circulating of a new Bioshock. But Bloodborne 2, Bully 3, and Portal 3? Those aren't necessarily guaranteed.
This isn't a definitive list of every game that we want a sequel to, but it represents some of the titles the GameSpot editors feel most strongly about and would love to see. What unannounced games do you hope get a surprise announcement at a gaming event? Let us know in the comments below!