That seems to be a trend this generation. The first game always seems to be lacking something, and the second game fixes that completely. --- http://www.youtube.com/ShadianVise TLoZ: Oracle of Ages playthrough in progress.
Assassin's Creed 1 to 2. 2 is still so awesome it's still the best in the franchise.
Witcher 1-2 springs to mind, and now with 2-3 is looking like a next leap forward too. That series is improving so much with each installment. --- http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u222/xechs/1198847692478tg1.gif http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u222/xechs/rankastar.gif Ranka-Macross Frontier
For me, Killzone 1 was a pretty weak shooter, but K2 just blew my mind with how polished and impressive it was.
Uncharted 1 to 2 was also a big jump.
Really? imagine how the quality of a PS2 game(Killzone) can't compare to a PS3 game(KZ2)... The hardware difference makes the jump in quality only natural. --- Eluveitie greatest Band Ever, So "Get Da Folk UP!!!"
There are ONLY two possible and viable answers for this question, period.
Skate to Skate 2. I have NEVER seen so many additions to a game in my life, EVER. The ONLY thing they didn't add was my beloved darkslide, but they added that in Skate 3. Massive improvements in camera placement/control, new moves, park design, etc.
Star Control to Star Control II. They took a decent space battle game and made a giant, sweeping, adventure-like driven story with even more ships/races and TONS to do in the sequel. --- To the mattresses. 3DS code: 2621-3902-1737, PSN: Justice_98405, Xbox Live: Justice98405