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Sony also teased a sequel to the PlayStation 4’s God of War to be released in 2021.
A logical sequel to Tetris 99, which applied a similar transformation to everyone’s favorite block-based puzzler, and potentially a lot of fun.
Byte’s creator Dom Hofmann, who was also one of the founders of Vine, teased Byte as a sequel to the beloved app during its development.
Over the next 12 months, as many as five 1990s classic films in Nigeria’s Nollywood movie industry are getting either a sequel or being remade.
The genuine novel-lover, indeed, feels somewhat cheated, for did not the author almost promise in the last page a sequel?
The sequel of this romance, as it is pointed out in the "Book of Days," is equally astonishing.
This report of the provisions of the city appeared, in the sequel, to be unfounded.
This sequel to The Story of Stories, is told in simple language.
Eczema of the tongue may ensue as a sequel of prolonged cutaneous eczema (De Mussy43).
If the depression is the sequel to an attack of excitement, the onset may be very sudden or it may be gradual.

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