There are a fair few out there... just cant think of any right now.... Ohh FFX-2.
That's not bad. It's more on an acquired taste. Some love it and others hate it.Zelda 2...
Super Mario Sunshine is not only NOT a worthy successor to Mario 64, one of the best Mario games, it's also a bland game in its own right. Almost everything about that game feels clumsy, from the mandatory, long, tedious objectives, to the ill-conceived watergun, to the story, to the voice acting, to the level design. It doesn't have a bit of the freedom that Mario 64 offered and its platforming is inhibited by controls that are inferior to those in its successor and predecessor. Every objective feels bloated.
Oblivion is the worst Elder Scrolls game, and it follows arguably the best. It's a very similar situation, actually; Morrowind, like Mario 64, is a defining moment in gameplay history and a high point of its series. Oblivion is a clumsy mess that hardly feels like it belongs in the same series.
Awful sequel to a game I really love.