Sequel-ation

Sequel-ation

Sequel-ation: The Batman Arkham Games

The year was 1939: Frank Sinatra had just made his recording debut, a plucky little film known as The Wizard of Oz had just...

Sequel-ation: Pokémon

Every gamer has that one series that they always come back to no matter what. Be it the strong core gameplay mechanics, unique characters,...
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Sequel-ation: The Legend of Zelda

An open world, a compelling story, the ability to save your game; The Legend of Zelda, which released to the Nintendo Famicom on 21st...

Sequel-ation: Pikmin

“A dedicated game platform with a brand-new concept”: is how the late Satoru Iwata described Nintendo’s upcoming NX in March of 2015. This should...

Sequel-ation: 3D Super Mario

Video game series don’t get any more iconic than Mario. Initially appearing in 1981’s Donkey Kong, Nintendo’s portly plumber has enjoyed monumental success for...

Sequel-ation: Metroid

With highly anticipated titles and the supposed rise of VR gaming, there’s a lot to look forward to in 2016. Even Nintendo have an...

Sequel-ation: The Lego Games

Say what you will about the debate on whether we focus too much on materialism at Christmas, but one thing you can’t deny is...

Sequel-ation: The Elder Scrolls

In an industry saturated by numerous first person shooters, it would be easy to think that meaningful single player experiences are becoming a thing...

Sequel-ation: Assassin’s Creed

In the first article of this column, I claimed that games were not necessarily limited just because they were sequels. However, not all sequels...

Sequel-ation: Luigi’s Mansion

Halloween isn’t really about being scared. Not anymore least; it’s a time to embrace what we normally find scary, to mock the terrifying, to...

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