Not a sequel, but I still haven't played the Bloodborne DLC. I like the idea that there's still a little bit left of the game to play, and I don't want to burn it yet. One of those "I know I'll need it someday" things, I guess.
Resident Evil games. Loved the older games but as graphics have gotten better, the games have gotten gorier and I've gotten more particular about what I play, I've stopped playing them. If they ever release a content filter option, I'm there for RE2make and RE6-7.
FEAR 3 ... when the game told me to press spacebar to hide behind cover I was highly dissappointed because I knew this was a console game ported to pc rather than a native pc game (like the previous titles were). I uninstalled the game like 5 minutes later.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
I love the original Deus Ex and I liked Human Revolution a lot. I just haven’t got around to playing Mankind Divided. The reviews contributed to that, and really the biggest reason is that this game is the first half of a story that will never be completed. That’s just kind of unappealing, even if it’s more Deus Ex.
I loved Persona 3: FES back in the day, and enjoyed Persona 4. The thing keeping me away from Persona 5 is ”80 hours”. That’s a crazy time commitment for just one game. I’m 10+ years older now and much busier now, I have to pick my battles.
I’ve just been busy really and haven’t got around to playing this.
I own all three games, bought at release. Backlog problems...
Plenty of the Final Fantasy mainline games. I also have yet to play Resident Evil 6 or 7. I still need to make progress in Batman: Arkham Knight as well. There's so many sequels I need to try out, in all honesty.
EDIT: Plenty of Pokemon games between Ruby/Sapphire and Let's Go, Pikachu/Eevee, too.
Having recently finished 999 and VLR, I just started ZTD, and it does feel like a step down from VLR to me, but I'm definitely still enjoying it so far, and knowing how the previous games went, things could certainly get a lot more interesting once I get further in. And it definitely does some things better than the previous games, like the character animations and finally having the ability to turn off subtitles.
Both excellent games, seriously. Infamous is still one of my favourite PS4 games. Batman was also excellent, the batmobile sections weren't that bad, kinda fun driving about blowing stuff up tbh. Only thing about that game that was frustrating was the Riddler trophies.
Mass Effect 3. It actually had nothing to do with the ending, I had played the first two on Steam and was not willing to install Origin on my PC to play the third game. I'd still like to play it one day though, even if there are probably a lot of people who would tell me I've dodged a bullet by not playing it.
Loved the first game but not attracted at all by this one.
Also Dark Souls 2 because I went into the Dark Souls series pretty late and everyone told me to skip DS2 so when I finished the first one I played DS3 immediately. Maybe I'll give it a try someday though.
The Thief series is my favorite game series, but I'm in absolutely no hurry to play Thief 4. There are literally hundreds of fan missions for the original trilogy and the Dark Mod that I haven't had the chance to play yet and most of them are most likely better than the so-called sequel that doesn't even have a jump button.
There are quite a few sequels I started but became distracted or didn't enjoy them: Bioshock 2, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Dishonoured 2. Does Prey count? I loved the first one and would have done unspeakable things to play the Prey 2 bounty hunter game, but I simply had no interest in the reboot. The opening scene blew my mind but beyond that the game looks so boring.
I fully planned on playing Bravely Default as I did enjoy the first game, up until the ending. I played the demo in preparation and really enjoyed it but I also got in to Switch hype and lost interest in DS other than for Pokemon.
Bravely Second here too. Though part of that is wanting to finish the first game which I left off about 2/3rds done during the infamously disliked back half. (I wasn’t bothered by it but it is paced poorly).
Shadow of the TR. loved the first, disappointed by the second. Curious of the third but have yet to try it. Though seems the changes are better(less shooting, more exploration, yay!) with the story being the thing many just can’t get past, which isn’t my reason to play these.
Deus Ex Mankind Divided and Dishonored 2 - Just never got around to either.
I'm not feeling drawn to Unravel 2 even though I really liked the first one. It's mostly because I don't like the redesign of the character or the look of the new one.
I haven't seen anything that makes me excited for Last of Us 2 yet either. I didn't think it was in dire need of a sequel and so far the only gameplay has looked really similar save for the animation system. The only trailers were out of context violence on characters we don't even know and then a cutscene where Ellie asks why anyone would be afraid of her when she's 'just a girl' which was a ridiculous thing I don't think she would ever have said and makes me question the writing which is something I wouldn't have imagined doing for a TLoU game. I don't much care for how they're marketing it and they haven't shown much that's different to be excited about.
And I never played Andromeda because the story sounded like amateur shlock where everything is based around having titles like the awful writing in Halo 4 or Destiny, and then came all the hideous character models, terrible animations and "my face is tired". Plus I didn't like how any of the characters looked and even saying the name Peebee made my mouth irritated lol.
Sly 4. I sat on it for a while but eventually I got spoiled for some story beats and was pretty dissatisfied with one of the twists making literally no sense for a character that I really liked from previous games or that it ended on a sequel hook that will probably never get followed up one.
Banjo Kazooie was a massive part of my childhood, and having replayed it recently, I still believe it holds up and is an amazing game. I only ever saw Tooie once at £50 back in the day. I wanted it but couldn't afford it. So while I've known of its existence and wanted to play for probably two decades now, to this day I've still not played it.