Top 10 Spiritual Successor Video Games

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  1. War For The Overworld is somewhat of a spiritual successor to Dungeon Keeper… though I suppose it could also be seen as EXACTLY Dungeon Keeper, just with different units (in a good way, for once).

  2. Red Dead Redemption, aka the best damn game of the generation. It’s either a spiritual successor to Red Dead Revolver or it’s RDR2, make up your mind GameRant.

    • THIS…

      • Well it has the words Red and Dead in the title, so it’s definitely a successor in the name alone. But an explicit one, obviously. And it’s clearly not Red Dead Revolver 2, because it’s… Red Dead Redemption?

        I hope that outrage is in jest, since we’ve never really contradicted that…

  3. from what i hear, demon souls is a far better and less stupid game then that pile of poorly design filth referred to as dark souls. never have a played a game as horrible as that, that gets praised as ‘a fun and challenging experience’… the only challenge in that game comes from the poor platforming segments, unfair boss/enemy design and general lack of common sense or talent towards game dev =.=

    white people just need to play more old school games to know what challenging really is =.=

    • I played through it 50 times and I love Ys, Tales of, and other specially challenging games… what I see here is you just wanting to rant at someone who loves the game.

  4. Perfect Dark, spiritual successor to the original Goldeneye, and still my favorite FPS ever! (Not PD Zero though)
    I miss being able to carry all my guns at once…

  5. How about Prince of Persia, Flashback and Another World….. Read Dead Revolver and Red Dead Redemption….. GTA 2 & GTA 3….. Burnout 3 & Need for Speed…..

  6. Tell me how Perfect Dark 64 didn’t make this list. Come on lol

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