25 Most Underrated Video Game Sequels Of All Time

mafia 3

25. mafia 3

mafia and mafia 2 aren’t universally-loved classics, but many still find time to praise these titles for their retro gangster settings and slightly more restricted gameplay that offered a tighter alternative to so many GTA clones. mafia 3, however, proved quite divisive, with much of the criticism of the game rightly reserved for its attempts to use a fairly generic style of open-world gameplay. Most of these criticisms are justified.

Still, mafia 3The slightly more generic style of gameplay does little to detract from the impact of its amazing characters, setting and storyline. By exploring the rarely explored world of 1968 New Orleans (New Bordeaux in game), mafia 3 was able to offer a different kind of crime drama story that balanced the intimate reasons people turn to a life of crime with an elaborate government conspiracy plot. The gameplay should have been better, but it’s definitely good enough to justify experiencing this game’s amazing story. – Matthew Byrd

Metal gear acid 2

24. Metal Gear Acid 2

Metal Gear acid was a good game, but the title’s generic graphics and work in progress card-based strategy gameplay put many PSP players off. Unfortunately, this game’s combat and generally weird premise meant many people never really gave Metal gear acid 2 The shot it very much deserves.

If you can overcome the hurdle, a metal gears Strategy game based on collectible card battles, that’s what you’ll find Metal gear acid 2 offers a far more refined version of this basic concept than its predecessor. Even better, it features some really nice cel-shaded graphics that really capture the funny and absurd sides of the series while also fitting into the gameplay like a glove. This game deserves a lot of love and a wider modern release, but since we’re talking about Konami here, it almost certainly never gets it either. – MB

resistance 3

23. Resistance 3

After Microsoft rocked the FPS world gloriolealmost every game publisher wanted to produce their own gloriole-Murderer. For Sony, that was it Resistance: Fall of Man franchise (with the Death zone series that also shoots for the genre crown). The first game was pretty well reviewed, but its sequel, resistance 2, added many changes that players didn’t like, such as B. health regeneration and a limit of two weapons. This likely contributed to the dismal sales of the last entry, which has been a shame ever since resistance 3 is probably the best in the series.

Unlike other entries in the Resistance Series, resistance 3 is not a purely military story about fighting invading aliens. The game also has more human elements, such as how survivors… well, survive a post-apocalyptic world. Plus, resistance 3 notices the controversial changes resistance 2 and adds a weapon leveling system that encourages experimentation. resistance 3 essentially killed Resistance Franchise when it should have saved them in a just world. – Aaron Greenbaum

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