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Old 04-18-2010, 02:40 PM   #10
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.. leaving RC to die is a lack of respect towards the fans
Hardly. It seems, unlike everyone else here, I can't see why there 'should' have been a sequel.

"But Sev's alive!" - He could well be, yet soldiers die in war. And when you breed them in test tubes, it's much easier to grow a replacement than it is to potentially waste more men and resources on a rescue mission.

The game was only ever intended to bridge the gap between Episodes II & III from the point of the view of a soldier. And when you consider that the game was then hampered by only average sales, and supported by a pretty lucrative book contract (especially for a video game), goes even further to explain why there was no sequel in the form of a game.

So it's hardly a 'lack of respect'.






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