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Sequel

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Top 133 best Steam games of all time tagged with Sequel, according to gamer reviews.

Title, date, platforms and price Score Rating
8.15
96% 2,105 votes
7.44
86% 1,674 votes
7.30
84% 1,703 votes
7.28
87% 261 votes
7.26
87% 262 votes
7.13
84% 324 votes
5.97
75% 8 votes
5.62
61% 67 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Sequel is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Sequel, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Singleplayer 89%
  2. Indie 62%
  3. Casual 60%
  4. Adventure 46%
  5. 2D 45%
  6. Puzzle 34%
  7. Action 31%
  8. Simulation 26%
  9. Story Rich 26%
  10. Strategy 26%
  11. Family Friendly 25%
  12. Anime 25%
  13. Cute 24%
  14. Fantasy 23%
  15. Funny 22%
  16. Colorful 21%
  17. Female Protagonist 21%
  18. Comedy 20%
  19. Atmospheric 19%
  20. Arcade 19%
  21. Retro 18%
  22. Visual Novel 17%
  23. 3D 16%
  24. Pixel Graphics 16%

The Sequel tag refers to games that are the continuation or follow-up to a previous game in a series. These games build upon the story, characters, and gameplay mechanics established in their predecessors.

A sequel is often created to expand upon the success and popularity of its predecessor, providing fans with more of what they loved about the original game while introducing new elements and improvements.

Some key aspects of sequels include:

  • Continuation of Storyline Sequels usually continue the narrative from the previous game or expand upon its lore. They can further develop existing characters, introduce new protagonists or antagonists, and explore different plotlines within the game's universe.
  • Familiar Gameplay Sequels often maintain similar gameplay mechanics and core features that made the original game successful. This allows players to easily pick up where they left off without having to learn an entirely new system. However, sequels may also introduce enhancements or refinements to improve overall gaming experience.
  • New Content While sequels retain familiar elements, they typically offer fresh content such as new levels, locations, quests, weapons, abilities/skills or improved graphics from advancements in technology since their predecessor's release. Examples include increasing character customization options or expanding multiplayer modes.
  • Built-in Fanbase Sequels often benefit from an established base of fans who enjoyed playing the original, generating anticipation for its successor.

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