Originally posted by WildWeasel
Being the sixth game in a series and being the sixth game to bear a name are two different animals.
For "series" meaning "fairly independent storylines", we actually have theses "series" only:Originally posted by WildWeasel
Secret Ops is the sixth mainstream game to be produced.
Wing Commander, Wing Commander II, and Wing Commander III were bundled and sold as The Kilrathi Saga. Does this mean that they're not individual games? Prophecy and Secret Ops were bundled because they're the two games in Wing Commander's Prophecy series. This does not mean that Secret Ops is not a sequel. It's independent, it tells a new chapter of the story, it was released separately, it's a separate game.Originally posted by junior
Finally, the bundling of WCP and SO in the Prophecy Gold package indicates that Origin considered SO to be an extension of Prophecy itself, as opposed to an entirely new game.
Sales are irrelevant.Originally posted by Ghost
Yes, and speaking of mainstream, SO is *more mainstream* than Privateer, which one sold more?
You should check your definition of "add-on."Originally posted by Starkey
Prophecy AND Secret Ops - which is not a new mainstream game but just an add-on, just like SM1 and 2 and WC2SO1 and 2.
Hehe. I thought you were offering that as a point in the argument.Originally posted by Ghost
I can´t know which one sold more?, and yes i think taht is related, just a matter of opinion