The Inevitable sequels to games that never needed them — A Richard Wood Text Adventure

Franchising is both a miraculous gift and huge crutch when it comes to media. Without it, we wouldn’t have the Marvel Cinematic Universe or the continuation of Star Wars. Which is great, but not everything was born to be a franchise, sometimes a single movie/video game is all you need. One that sets out to […]

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There reaches a point in any franchise where enough is enough, a point that movies, video games, TV series, authors, etc. do not get. Diehard fans only make it worse as they will often pay for the next franchise offer no matter how bad it turns out to be. With video games for PCs, they tend to require you purchasing new computers that can handle the increased requirements to play the next installment.

 

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