What Gaming Franchise Do You Want Them To Stop Making?

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I liked to watch Pokemon, mainly because of Jessie. Suspiciously finely built woman for children's show... :p

He should get glasses, squinting like that ain't healthy.
 

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Jarska333 posted on Apr 20 2006 at 07:39 PM said:
I liked to watch Pokemon, mainly because of Jessie. Suspiciously finely built woman for children's show... :p

He should get glasses, squinting like that ain't healthy.

Misty waz hawt!11!1!11!1 lololololo kkthxbi!
 
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PokeParadox posted on Apr 20 2006 at 08:54 PM said:
I don't get it... if you don't like a series of games... jus don't buy them...:huh:

I don't know about that. Sometimes when you have really good memories of a game, book or movie and they continue to milk it for endless sequels it can feel like some of your best memories are being pissed over ...
 
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thingley posted on Apr 21 2006 at 10:06 AM said:
PokeParadox posted on Apr 20 2006 at 08:54 PM said:
I don't get it... if you don't like a series of games... jus don't buy them...:huh:

I don't know about that. Sometimes when you have really good memories of a game, book or movie and they continue to milk it for endless sequels it can feel like some of your best memories are being pissed over ...

Yep, the first tomb raider (and the second).

I will never forget the feeling of that first cavern. It was "Oh my God, I am in a real world here..." Just brilliant.

And then it all became silly....
 
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WarmFluffyUK posted on Apr 21 2006 at 11:14 AM said:
Star Trek

I love the series, but every Star Trek game I have played I have hated with a vengance :( .
Its kind old, but Star Trek Strategic Operations Simulator for the Atari 2600 is quite good for an Atari 2600 game.
 
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I liked Star Trek: TNG for SNES and Genesis. It was a pretty good game, and I've heard really good things about the Star Trek adventure games for DOS. I haven't played them yet, but I intend to. There have been some really shitty Star Trek games over the years, but some really good ones, too.
 

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itsme posted on Apr 20 2006 at 05:16 PM said:
Iorgy77 posted on Apr 20 2006 at 01:34 AM said:
Pokemon blue, red, saphire, Purple anus fire, any colour really... Digimon... in fact anything ending in mon and card based games like Yu-gi-oh or the terrible metal gear card games for PSP...

DIE! DIE! DIE!

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And Spyro should die or become regood; Spyro 2 and 3 were excellent, 4 was mediocre and A Hero's Tail should be shot.
 
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I don't understand why people would want them to stop making sequels to Tony Hawks.

Each game adds new tweaks to the playability. In Tony Hawks, you also get a set of new levels and a new story mode to complete plus new music etc. It is one of my most played multiplayer games and it is great when they are updated. Fair enough, some of the concepts have been a little shite (THAW for example), but at least it attempted something a little different.

If I dont feel I need the new playability, new levels, new story and new music, I just stick to the last game. Its a little like PES in that respect.
 

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declaration posted on Apr 22 2006 at 06:31 AM said:
I don't understand why people would want them to stop making sequels to Tony Hawks.

Each game adds new tweaks to the playability. In Tony Hawks, you also get a set of new levels and a new story mode to complete plus new music etc. It is one of my most played multiplayer games and it is great when they are updated. Fair enough, some of the concepts have been a little shite (THAW for example), but at least it attempted something a little different.

If I dont feel I need the new playability, new levels, new story and new music, I just stick to the last game. Its a little like PES in that respect.
Tony Hawk is a bit like Mario Party in my opinion. With each game, they add lots of new stuff, and the multiplayer is great, and the games are still fun, but the basic formula had been ironed out years and years ago. THPS, THPS3, and THAS are three of my favorite games of all time, but as long as you have the ability to play them on each system (that is to say, ports would be fine), then I don't feel that they need to make new ones every eight months. Especially in the case of Tony Hawk, just skating around is such a fun activity in the game, and it hasn't been changed fundamentally since THPS3.
 
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Did they stop making those awful Megaman Battle Network games? I liked the first one, but damn!
 

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iignotus posted on Apr 22 2006 at 08:28 PM said:
declaration posted on Apr 22 2006 at 06:31 AM said:
I don't understand why people would want them to stop making sequels to Tony Hawks.

Each game adds new tweaks to the playability. In Tony Hawks, you also get a set of new levels and a new story mode to complete plus new music etc. It is one of my most played multiplayer games and it is great when they are updated. Fair enough, some of the concepts have been a little shite (THAW for example), but at least it attempted something a little different.

If I dont feel I need the new playability, new levels, new story and new music, I just stick to the last game. Its a little like PES in that respect.
Tony Hawk is a bit like Mario Party in my opinion. With each game, they add lots of new stuff, and the multiplayer is great, and the games are still fun, but the basic formula had been ironed out years and years ago. THPS, THPS3, and THAS are three of my favorite games of all time, but as long as you have the ability to play them on each system (that is to say, ports would be fine), then I don't feel that they need to make new ones every eight months. Especially in the case of Tony Hawk, just skating around is such a fun activity in the game, and it hasn't been changed fundamentally since THPS3.
You are right, but dont you get a little bored of the levels and music? I know I do and like the fact they are changed every year or so.
 
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New levels and tunes are nice, but it would be even better if I didn't have to pay $60 for what amounts to little more than an expansion pack. I turn off the music when I play THPS anyway, there hasn't been a 100% solid soundtrack since the second one.
 
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