Crackdown fans, all hope is not lost. You do have a reason to get out of bed, clear the room of Taco Bell wrappers, put on a smile and face the world. Crackdown 2? It could still happen, says Colin Macdonald of Realtime Worlds. Sure, the team is neck deep in APB development — which looks completely awesome — but, should the stars align, high jumping supercops may be in your future. Calling the choice to not immediately begin work on a sequel "a horrible, horrible decision that we still dwell on," Macdonald tells VG247 that "I don't think the door's closed" on a sequel. Sounds like RTW is still willing, and able, to take another crack at Crackdown, should Microsoft call upon them. And they may, one day. Crackdown 2: "The door's not closed," says Realtime Worlds [VG247]
With a few key improvements, a Crackdown sequel could be a lot of fun. I would like to see a little more agility or maneuverability, maybe throw some parkour stuff in there. Also, they need to change the force of the agent's throws. I hated how they just tossed everything in a wide arc.