Getting It Right The First Time


How does one improve on a near-perfect game? Is it really possible, or is another game that’s equally as good the best that any developer or fan could hope for? While there is no such thing as the perfect game, there are many games out there that would be quite difficult to meaningfully improve upon. Red Dead Redemption is one. The Last of Us is another, and Psychonauts is yet another still. They’re all excellent games that would be perfectly fine if left alone, yet our rampant sequelitis demands that even these classics are in need of sequels. This isn’t to say that sequels are a bad thing, and I’m certainly not here to complain about the fact that these sequels are being made. I’d just like to take a look at what it takes to follow up a classic when that classic doesn’t have many (if any) major flaws…

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