Alpha Centauri & Railroad Tycoon Sequels Are On Sid's ListMike Fahey5/06/10 6:00pmFiled to: InterviewSid MeierAlpha CenturiRailroad TycoonSequelsOriginalTopKotaku talk radio1041EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink During our chat with Sid Meier earlier this week, fans couldn't help asking about classic games like Alpha Centauri and Railroad Tycoon. They want sequels. Advertisement While Meier couldn't reveal any in-development titles, he did add them to Firaxis' list of games to possibly revisit someday.You'd think a man like Sid Meier, father of Civilization, Railroad Tycoon, Pirates!, and C.P.U. Bach would get tired of the constant sequel requests from fans, but Wednesday's guest on the Kotaku Talk Radio podcast takes them in stride. "It's always great to hear from people and hear the games they'd like us to redo and revisit, bring them up to date, etc. Part of the fun of being at Firaxis is having these games in our past that we can kinda draw upon for inspiration and talk to people about." Advertisement Great, he loves it! Let's get right down to brass tacks then, shall we? First up, we fielded a call from Zack in California, who wanted to know if we'd ever see a sequel to Alpha Centauri, Meier's science fiction take on Civilization."That is certainly a game that we had a lot of fun making, an interesting evolution of the Civilization approach," Sid recalls. "We appreciate your enjoyment of the game and we'll put that on the list of games we ought to do." Advertisement Sponsored "I'm not here to announce any new product," he adds, "so I can't give you any specific information."Well drat. Perhaps Kenny from Texas will get a better answer when asking Sid about the potential for a new title in the Railroad Tycoon series, of which he's always been a fan. "I'm unfortunately not able to announce any new products today on the air, but we always appreciate hearing what you liked about games we did in the past, and we'll add that to our request list."I have the sneaking suspicion that the list he keeps referring to is bigger than any of us can imagine.