Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a derivative work based on the beloved DLC of Borderlands 2. Frankly speaking, it seems safer than following the mediocre Borderlands 3. Similarly, the Zombie Army series is separated from some popular DLC of the sniper elite game. Which extensions or add-ons do you like the most so that you would rather see them follow up than the actual game they came from?
What DLC should have a standalone sequel?
This is our answer, and some from us forum.
Evan Ratti: There are few games exploring climate change, and in the foreseeable future, this issue will most affect the human experience. But a successful expansion is the Gathering Storm of Civilization 6, which “turns climate change into the ultimate boss”, tracks carbon dioxide emissions as a new system, and incorporates global cooperation in response to crises into the World Congress. With so many disturbing climate-related disasters in 2021, I hope we will see more games to solve this problem, and I don’t think it’s necessarily a management/strategy type.
Natalie Clayton: This is mainly because I want more people to play Absolver, but Absolver has this excellent DLC package called Downfall, which adds a simple procedural dungeon to its open world boxing club. Yes, I know Sloclap is now doing Sifu, but I still think Absolver’s sheer fashion sense and pleasant mystery setting is still suitable for story-centric adventures-you and your partner can dive into ancient temples and impossible folds The dimensions of the masked man.
Robin Valentine: Heart of Stone, the first DLC for The Witcher 3, is probably my favorite expansion. Its direct sequel is basically The Witcher 4, I will enter but it is not what I imagined here. I think what is really neat is the spiritual sequel to Heart of Stone. I like the feel of its smaller, more unfamiliar stories, and I think you can make an anthology game inspired by dark Eastern European folklore in a similar way. Has anyone seen Jim Hansen’s “The Storyteller”? Basically I want the first season of video games, please.
Jody McGregor: I want a complete Elder Scrolls game set from The Shivering Isles in the Oblivion expansion, but I also really want a Nightmare that follows North Point. It is the DLC of the open-world crime game “Sleeping Dog”, and Hong Kong is full of Vampires jumping in poetry, folklore, and tacky kung fu horror movies. Its tone is completely different from the rest of “Sleeping Dog”, although it directly follows the main storyline-resurrecting one of the villains as a villain. Give me a complete game.
Graeme Meredith: Sonic Mania DLC, Sonic Mania Plus, there should be a sequel. They should call it Sonic Mania 2.
maze: The Undead Nightmare DLC of the first RDR made me eager to create a complete zombie game in the open world adventure style carefully crafted by Rockstar. RDR2 hunting and camp maintenance are also very suitable for survival-based experience.
The Far Cry game has a history of DLC. These DLCs have changed the genre and formula, from FC4’s Yeti Valley (some of which are The Long Dark’s DNA is injected into the Far Cry gunfight) to science fiction, horror and Vietnam’s tryptich Far Cry 5 war DLC. For Ubisoft, it would be great to fill their free time between major Far Cry releases, such as Far Cry Primal, which repurposed the FC4 map to speed up development, or New Dawn by turning the FC5 map into a colorful post. Revelation to do this. Why not change the color palette of the FC5 map and make it a Wild West FPS? With zombies, why not?
Abnormal sound: This makes no sense to me. The opposition to the original “Half-Life” ended with Adrian Shepard being nullified by G-Man. It is speculated that it was hidden in the coalition when it was best for G-Man and his mysterious overlord. Released. Shepard certainly has his own destiny, which is a complement to Gordon. Maybe he found a way to find the North Star, or he eventually returned to Montenegro (where it was not nuclear bombed as we thought). Hell, maybe he has plunged into the combined family world, where he launched an all-out guerrilla movement to cause as much damage and destruction as possible.
Regardless of the plot, this will be a popular (and long overdue) addition to the Half-Life universe. I can already hear the voice of a friendly fellow Votigon. “Shepard will lead us.”
main: There is Kasumi: Stolen Memory DLC for Mass Effect 2, which introduces Kasumi Goto, voiced by Kym Hoy, which makes me want more. The DLC itself is very short, but I think she is such a powerful character. What disappoints me is that after her mission, she just sat in her cabin without much dialogue or interaction. Yes, you can think of her as a companion on missions, but rarely joking with the crew or interacting with Shepard. I don’t know if the whole game can revolve around her, but her character and mysterious background have a certain depth, and it may require a derivative game with her as the protagonist.
McStabStab: The Alien: Isolation DLC lets you experience the 1979 Ridley Scott’s Alien event. I will find any excuses to provide more content for the game.