Not specifically sequels, but I'd really like to see spiritual sequels and reboots of the following games:
- Bully 2. Bully is so amazing, filled with cultural references and things to do. I'd love to see a spiritual sequel to this fantastic game in the same spirit as the first one.
- Manhunt 3. As much as I'd like to see a new Manhunt game, I'm not expecting it anymore, but a man can dream. I feel like Rockstar Games doesn't want to take this risk, and Manhunt 2 is a perfect example to why they won't.
- Oni 2. There's no game like Oni, it is a unique, yet very underrated game - the only one that shares some similarities with Oni is Dontnod's Remember Me, and Oni's fanbase even considered it a "spiritual sequel to Oni", and it came out a decade later. Since Take-Two Interactive owns the rights to this game, I'd really like to see a sequel to this game made by one of Rockstar Games' studios, but I don't see it happening, sadly.
- N.Y. Noire. I'd love to see a hypothetical N.Y. Noire set in the '70s. Rockstar Games even said that they are "considering what the future may hold for L.A. Noire as a series".
- Midnight Club 5. Midnight Club definitely is my favourite Racing series. Such a shame that the developers behind it have been fired, and some of them confessed that Rockstar Games discontinued the series.
- The Operative: No One Lives Forever 3. Never played the second one, but the first game was a game so unique, a game so charismatic! Loved Cate Archer - especially her sense of humor - the storyline, its level design filled with "Intelligence Items" to collect, the locations and the overall gameplay. On PS2 it shows its age, and that's mostly why I'd love to see a new game starring Cate Archer. There's a 99% chance that it'll never happen, though.
- Dino Crisis. Never played the second one, but I don't like it from what I've seen. This game really needs a reboot following the first game's style with its gritty and dark atmosphere.
- Syphon Filter. Spent so much time playing the first 3 games on the original PlayStation - they were some of my favourite games back in the days. Just imaging it with today's graphics, animations and mechanics is amazing!
I can only think of these right now. Also sorry for mentioning L.A. Noire and the Midnight Club series as they're fairly recent games.