Entries in 'sequel' (72)
2011 release Rage enjoyed mixed success both critically and commercially, but Id co-founder Tim Willits insists the series is set for a return.
Take-Two has filed a new trademark protecting its popular Bully IP.
One of the Wii U’s flagship launch titles has been deemed a failure by its publisher Ubisoft.
Undead Labs has touched on what the studio is cooking up for the future of its hits zombie survival game, State of Decay.
Ever heard of 5Lives Studios? No, us neither. But come next month that will very likely have changed.
A new Deux Ex game as a next-gen launch title? That’ll do nicely, thanks.
The Mass Effect game currently in development will not star Commander Shepard and will likely not be a prequel or a sequel to the existing trilogy.
LittleBigPlanet 3 is reportedly in development at UK studio Sumo Digital, and apparently has been for more than a year.
The biggest hit in modern gaming is to receive a sequel.
Rockstar has once again muttered the ‘Bully’ word, assuring fans that its cult IP has not been forgotten.
Capcom believes it has found itself another major IP in the form of Dragon’s Dogma.
TimeSplitters 4 could yet become a reality… although it won’t be a retail game.
Developer Mind Candy has confirmed it is hard at work on the sequel to the record-breaking Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo.
A sequel to recent 3DS release Kid Icarus: Uprising looks incredibly unlikely.
Consumers who were left disappointed by the apparent news of the cancellation of Bayonetta 2 have been thrown a lifeline by the first game’s creator.
A sequel to Xbox 360 title Kinect Joy Ride has been announced and surprisingly this time the game will not use the console’s motion sensor.
Work had begun on a sequel to People Can Fly’s Bulletstorm but the project has since been cancelled, it has been revealed.
First of all we get a numbered Mario Kart sequel, and now this. It’s a crazy world we live in.
Activision has unsurprisingly announced a sequel to 2011 smash hit Skylanders.
It appears that Disney Interactive has accidentally announced Epic Mickey 2 in a newsletter – which, incidentally, has subsequently been amended.
EA’s Mirror’s Edge studio DICE says it knows how to reach a broader audience with a potential sequel to the 2008 title.
SSX is on course to become a regularly released series again, EA has told MCV.
UK developer Ninja theory has categorically stated that all plans for potential sequel to Enslaved are well and truly over.