10 Games that Never Got Sequel & Disappointed Fans- Check Out to know

Games Updates: 1.Vagrant Story With a Rocking Metacritic rating of 92, Vagrant Story is one of the highest-rated RPGs released on the PlayStation Platform. The game also garnered a fair size fanbase thanks to its amazing story and gameplay.

Unfortunately, sales figures were unable to mirror the game’s acclaim and it was overshadowed & Defeated by larger IPs.

The sheer volume of huge RPG franchises is owned by Square Enix. With Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, and Dragon Quest to name just a few, the incentive to work on a sequel like Vagrant Story rather than cranking out a new Final Fantasy title likely just isn’t there.

2.The Simpsons: Hit & Run

The Simpsons: Hit & Run was developed by Radical Entertainment and was the sequel to the hugely popular Road Rage. Inspired by the Grand Theft Auto series, the titles allow fans to cause mischief as they drive their way around an Open World.

Combining elements from both the most popular animated show and the most popular video game series of that time was always going to lead to a successful product.

A sequel to Hit & Run was actually in Planned at one stage. But the project was canceled after EA Games obtained the exclusive rights to produce Simpsons video games in 2005. EA did release a number of games but none of them were able to come close to matching the excellence delivered by Radical’s earlier Simpsons titles.


The team at Rockstar doesn’t publish a lot of games But  When they do though, they’re usually gamers favorite – and the 2006 title Bully is no exception. Unfortunately, it’s a title that the developer has failed to revisit in spite of the game’s critical and commercial all-time success.

When creating a Bully, Rockstar Games played around with a lot of amazing ideas and the result was an experience unlike any other. Most importantly perhaps, it showed gamers that there was more to Rockstar than just Grand Theft Auto.

4.Dragon’s Dogma

Dragon’s Dogma didn’t sell or review particularly well when it released back in 2012. That hasn’t stopped it from garnering a strong fanbase though. anyways those fans have themselves extended the lifespan of the game through the creation of mods, what they really wanted is a sequel. Thankfully, there is some cause for optimism.

The game’s director has expressed his desire to revisit the Dragon’s Dogma world several times. There’s also the recently released Dragon’s Dogma Netflix show which has helped to reignite interest in the series. With momentum growing, there’s every possibility that fans won’t have to wait too much longer.

5.Skies Of Arcadia

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Skies of Arcadia rarely feature in conversations about the Top RPGs of all time, but it really should. Released in the year 2000 on the Sega Dreamcast, Skies was a traditional JRPG with a heavy focus on exploration.

After the demise of the Dreamcast, the game was ported to the Nintendo GameCube where it achieved reasonable success, but PS2 and PC releases were canceled.

Fans have been hoping for a sequel or remake for quite some time now and with other dormant Sega IPs like Shenmue, Streets of Rage, and Panzer Dragoon all receiving attention in recent years, all hope is not yet lost for those hoping to take to the skies once more.

6.Escape From Monkey Island

The games combined humor and puzzle-solving to create some of the best adventure games ever made. Unfortunately with the license to the series currently in the hands of Disney, it doesn’t seem that fans will be getting a new Monkey Island game any time in the future.

Series creator Ron Gilbert did publicly offer to buy the license back in 2018, but despite his offer and a well-supported petition by fans urging Disney to hand it over, the series seems destined to remain dormant for the foreseeable future.

7.Chrono Trigger

The Sequel to Chrono’s story is something that fans have been longing for quite some time now. It’s one of the best RPGs ever made and deserves the opportunity to captivate a new generation. As with other titles from Square’s past, but it is difficult to see the developer opting to revitalize an older franchise when there are so many active and successful series for them to work on.

8.Banjo Kazooie 2

Many people regard the Banjo Kazooie games as being two of the best 3D platformers of old times. Along with games like Super Mario 64 and Ocarina of Time, they helped to set the standard for the genre. After the release of the second game in the series then, a Banjo Three seemed somewhat inevitable,

With Rare currently owned by Microsoft and many of the original development team has left the company, a third Banjo game doesn’t seem too likely now. Thankfully the fans have the series’ spiritual successor Yooka-Laylee to fill up the vibe.

9.Silent Hill: Downpour

If one were to ask gamers to name a company that neglects its franchises Then Konami Will Be Best Answer & Many of the best video game IPs from the last few decades have been left to rot. Despite this, fans of the Silent Hill series haven’t given up hope.

This hope was boosted back in 2014 when P.T. appeared as a free download on the Playstation Platform Network. The short game served as an interactive teaser for a new Silent Hill title and was very well received.

a final game never saw the light of day. Rumors of a new Silent Hill title have been popping up fairly regularly, but as of the moment, there has been no official confirmation that a new title is in development.

10. Half-Life 2: Episode 2

Valve created some of the industry’s best games. The Half-Life series is seen by many as being their greatest achievement of all time.

Given the amount of hype that a Half-Life 3 announcement would generate, expectations for the title would be sky-high. Anything less than perfect would likely be seen as a failure by fans. Sure, it would sell well regardless.

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