5 Potential Gaming Sequels That Keep Us Up At Night

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It’s nearly June, which means that E3 2014 is almost upon us. As such, with butterflies in our stomachs and anticipation mounting, we’re doing our best to help time fly by speculating about the games that will potentially be unveiled once the convention’s curtains open on the 9th. This has, of course, led us to thinking about the games we dream about at night when we can’t sleep, and has culminated in this very list.

Read on to find out which five potential sequels keep us up when we should be sleeping, because we want to play them so badly.

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  1. NickK1977says:

    Marsden? ok, this is ridiculous, since this is the best game ever for me.

    1. Chadsays:

      My bad. I’ve had a lot on my mind as of late, and accidentally had a brain fart when it came to his name. I guess I mixed it up with another’s.

      Sorry about that, and thanks for pointing it out.

  2. Wes Blackwoodsays:

    Fallout and Red Dead are musts. But idk what they’re talking about getting it backwards with New Vegas and DC. DC had one interesting location after another, whereas outside of the strip there just weren’t that many areas of interest to me in NV. There were some good highlights, but way too many abandoned shack type locales that seemed to be tacked on just to add nav points to the map. Granted you couldn’t walk ten feet in DC without someone/thing taking a shot at you if you didn’t sneak everywhere, but they overcompensated and made the vegas area feel too empty. And used a lot more invisible walls to keep you from exploring outside the narrative. Still it must not have been bad lol I played the crap out of it too.

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