Saw the thread about game series you wish had been continued... what about series' you wish hadn't been continued? For whatever reason, whether it be that the sequel wasn't up-to-standard or unnessessary etc?
My particular irk about this is Bioshock... I absolutely loved the original but it was such a well-rounded and complete story that it didn't need a sequel. Its the kind of game where they had already told their story, and then thought "Hey, this is popular, lets make another". Just money-spinning. Annoying, annoying money-spinning XD
If they learned from the failings of Bioshock 2 to make Bioshock Infinite better than so be it. The story for Battlefield: Bad Company 1 never needed a sequel and if it did they needed to continue the story rather than throw away the ending of the last game and make a shit campaign.
I don't know if there are any games that I wish didn't have sequels, but there are some sequels that I have no interest in playing even though I loved the originals. Metal Gear Solid, for instance. I loved the original PS1 game, but for some reason I've never had the urge to play any of the sequels.
Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy XIII. I actually enjoyed X-2, but it was so completely unnecessary and completely undermined what was a perfect ending in FFX. I haven't played XIII-2 yet, but the point is still there. All the Final Fantasy games are supposed to be their own little universes, so giving any of them any kind of sequel or spin-off, imho, just cheapens the original (no matter how good the sequel/spin-off may be). If Squenix thinks they have a good game for a FF sequel, then just change the names and the characters and make it a new Final Fantasy or, heaven forbid, a new IP.
I guess I really don't wish any game didn't have sequels, I just wish certain games had better sequels. Fable III being no good has already been mentioned. Marvel: Ultimate Alliance deserved a better sequel than it got. That kinda stuff. Yeah.