Over the years, there have been many great games that have never had a proper follow-up or sequel. Here are the 10 game sequels we are still waiting for.
Sometimes a game starts out as something completely different than its final product. Here are 13 notable video games that started out as completely different projects.
From mind-bending encounters with psychic foes to brutal fights against grotesque beasts, Game Rant lists the 10 weirdest boss fights in gaming history.
Microsoft reveals an application for Microsoft HoloLens dev kits called Young Conker, which is a holographic platforming game starring Conker the Squirrel.
Conker’s Bad Fur Day was a cult classic on the Nintendo 64, and one writer wants to see the titular Conker the Squirrel return for a full-fledged sequel.
NeoGAF users discover hidden Windows Store listings for a HoloLens HoloStudio app as well as two unannounced video games: Fragments and Young Conker.
Game cancellations are an unfortunate reality of the industry, but these 10 cancelled titles looked especially promising, and we wish they were finished.
Five writers give their take on the new Tony Hawk game, Konami carrying on Metal Gear without Kojima, EA’s Netflix for games, a sequel to Conker, and single player games.
Microsoft announces that Project Spark is becoming completely free, but at the expense of any future paid DLC, including additional episodes of Conker’s Big Reunion.
Rare shows off the first ever glimpse of a follow up to Conker: Live & Reloaded, known as Conker: Gettin’ Medieval, which never saw the light of day on the original Xbox.
Rare Replay comes packed with 30 different titles from throughout Rare’s long and illustrious existence, making it one of the biggest no-brainers in gaming.
Rare Replay is officially available for pre-order on Xbox One. To celebrate, Rare releases a brand new trailer filled with iconic mascots and a musical number.
The first episode of ‘Conker’s Big Reunion’, the DLC add-on for ‘Project Spark’, releases on April 23rd with 10 bonus levels created by community members.
Using the in-game creation tools of ‘Project Spark’, the first 10 minutes of Nintendo 64 classic ‘Conker’s Bad Fur Day’ have been recreated by Team Dakota.
Conker the Squirrel returns in a sequel of sorts to ‘Bad Fur Day’, but it can only be played through official episodes released within Microsoft’s ‘Project Spark’.
Plenty of games have pushed the envelope when it comes to sex and violence, but do some developers take things too far? Here are some games you don’t want your parents to see.
A Reddit user has leaked information that suggests Insomniac Games was once in talks to build a new game in the ‘Conker’ franchise.