From crap to GOTYTell me if this sounds familiar: you’ve just picked up a brand new console on launch day, you’ve read all the reviews, and despite all of your better instincts, you went ahead and grabbed Perfect Dark Zero anyway. Or how about this: it’s the dead of summer, it’s too hot to go outside, and by God, you’re going to find something, anything to play. This is how crappy games go on to become mega-franchises.But sometimes that’s OK. Because when the developers of that less-than-stellar game get a chance to go back to the drawing board, they can keep the things that worked, throw away everything else, and somehow polish a turd into a stunning diamond. What follows are some fantastic sequels to crappy games. They probably didn’t deserve a second chance, but hey, we’re sure glad they got one.Killzone 2The Xbox had Halo, and the PlayStation 2 needed its own shooter. It was really that simple in 2004, when Sony released Killzone, a futuristic shooter with a darker approach to the genre. Its vision of war was a gritty, pretty one, with stunning visuals (for the time) and an interesting premise. But the gameplay was less than… Read full this story
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