- May 27, 2011
Yes Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Half Life, Silent Hill and many others i'm sure.
Same, I read the plot of AC1 on wikipedia and went straight to the far better AC2. Though I'm not sure that counts as I didn't go back to AC1 as a result of playing AC2.WolfThomas said:I never played the first Assassin's creed, but I really enjoyed AC2 and the sequels.
I never really gave the Wing Commander series a shot. A mate of mine had a copy of one of them (couldn't tell you which) but at the time my space sim of choice was the X-wing series, so I skipped the boat on that one.nikki191 said:thats how i started with fallout and elder scrolls, also wingcommander 3Grouchy Imp said:Fallout 2 and Daggerfall are the big two that spring to mind from the gaming world. Aliens (and technically Episode IV) from the film industry. Also Mort got me started on the Discworld books as a kid.
Why would you do that? Is it because it might leave this person craving for another season but knowing there wont be one?Glademaster said:I find anyone who willingly suggests Firefly to someone else and evil and twisted individual who has no soul. I know it wasn't the case with you but I am putting it out there.
Yeah, but how about when a sequel isn't clearly labeled a sequel? I grabbed Deus Ex: Invisible War in a bargin bin many years ago and loved it, and sooner or later I figured out that it was a sequel. Imagine my frustration when I found out that the first game was a PC game. So about two years ago I picked up the original, and about a year ago a got desktop suitable for gaming. I started a little while back but put it on hold for the 3rd game. Last night I played for a few hours and I'm about to scuttle the grey death ship in Brooklyn.HeOfMalice said:I cannot play/read/watch a sequel without experiencing the first one(s). It's a huge pet peeve; I just cannot do it.