Games you wanna see?:

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126 0dd12nd Oct 2012 06:15:29 PM from Nowhere Land
Just awesome like that
For some reason, I've always liked the idea of a Sonic/Kirby crossover game. Two games, actually: One where Sonic is speeding through Kirby's worlds, and one where Kirby is in Sonic's Zones. Or, perhaps, making them one game, with alternating levels using the two playstyles. Bosses can be fought as either Sonic or Kirby, and the way they need to be fought is different depending on who's fighting. Maybe the final boss (Eggman and DeDeDe working together, of course) could require switching back and forth between the two.
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Nintendo vs. Capcom. I don't care if it's in Super Smash Bros. style or in traditional Capcom fighter style, they need to do this if Capcom knows what's good for them.

That would be really cool, as long as Capcom didn't just pick their usual go-tos for fighters. I want to see Samanosuke and Agrippa in a Capcom fighter!

edited 2nd Oct '12 6:19:23 PM by Guest1001

[up]I've said this over on the SSB thread, but they need to stop pretending Power Stone doesn't exist, since it seems that they're doing that right now.
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129 Wildcard2nd Oct 2012 08:55:33 PM from Revolution City , Relationship Status: Dating Catwoman
[up][up][up]You know you might be onto something there. Would you plan on ever making Sonic go through Kirby levels, (by that I mean levels designed with Kirby's powers in mind) and vice-versa?
130 Wildcard11th Oct 2012 08:04:17 AM from Revolution City , Relationship Status: Dating Catwoman
Sorry for the long time between posts. Here though: I'd like a RPG with the colorful art style of Final Fantasy, and the roleplaying Western RPGS usually allow but with the ability to have party members.
How about SNK vs. Nintendo? Or Nintendo vs. Sony? Or Microsoft vs. Sega?

The fact is, there's a load of potential to be tapped with with fighting games that crossover between two companies, and these big-name companies are gleefully wasting this potential! surprised
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132 Jhimmibhob11th Oct 2012 11:04:07 AM from Where the tea is sweet, and the cornbread ain't , Relationship Status: My own grandpa
A game based on The Shadow: it's a first-person stealther like Thief or Splinter Cell, but set in an Art Deco prewar cityscape full of thugs, saboteurs, spies ... and the occasional Lovecraftian horror. Plus, you have the limited power to disguise yourself and "cloud men's minds," as the man puts it.
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133 Jhimmibhob11th Oct 2012 11:11:43 AM from Where the tea is sweet, and the cornbread ain't , Relationship Status: My own grandpa
A sequel to Blood—and not an In-Name-Only sequel like the franchise-killing Blood 2, either. Pure, lonely Nightmare Fuel with insanely creative levels & milieux, pants-befouling Jump Scares, hallucinatory levels of Gorn, and gallows humor aplenty.

And on another note: a big-time revival of the graphic adventure game. Among all the incessant Call of Duty clones, there's room for something approaching a new Myst or Grim Fandango, dammitall.

edited 11th Oct '12 11:16:09 AM by Jhimmibhob

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134 Ukokira11th Oct 2012 01:53:06 PM from Debin , Relationship Status: YOU'RE TEARING ME APART LISA
I want to see Shinjii Mikami and Keiichiro Toyama make a Silent Evil game but It will never happen for obvious reasons.

edited 11th Oct '12 1:59:28 PM by Ukokira

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An HD(or not) WiiWare remake of Quest 64. Or a DSi Ware version. Likewise, it being on the VC atleast.(just let you save to your harddrive, which shouldn't be that hard...)

I'd also like Quest RPG: Brian's Journey on the DSi VC.

And perhaps a remake of Lagoon with the only change being his sword doesn't suck.
136 Eventua11th Oct 2012 02:07:52 PM from Dumundi , Relationship Status: I won't say I'm in love
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Games I wanna see? I've got a big ol' list of 'em, based on my own setting. XD

They include -

  • A Mon based Racing RPG, full 3D - imagine Pokémon if 'battles' were the action race multiplayer mode from Sonic Heroes.
  • Alternatively, a Racing RPG with Mass Effect style dialogue choices and a branching storyline.
  • A non-linear adventure/RPG game with Match 3 style gameplay between cutscenes and, again, a branching storyline

As for stuff unrelated to my setting?

Iji 2 (if only), and some other stuff I can't think of immediately. :/
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137 MrMallard11th Oct 2012 02:35:11 PM from Australia, mate
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@0dd1: Holy crap, What if Kirby picked up the Chaos Emeralds?!

Me, I'd love to see a space roleplaying game with a fighting system like Suidoken.
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138 MasterInferno11th Oct 2012 02:50:02 PM from Ideal City , Relationship Status: With my statistically significant other
All Pop, No Culture
Agree with Jhimmibob, a new Blood game would kick ass.

I'd like to see an HD remake of both Jazz Jackrabbit games. I'm pretty sure that someone at Epic said that it probably won't happen because fans of the original are pretty much the only ones who'd buy it, but I don't care, dammit! Or a brand new open-world JJ where you can revisit planets you've been to. But nowadays it would probably get called a Ratchet & Clank ripoff...
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139 dorkatlarge12th Oct 2012 08:06:57 PM , Relationship Status: GAR for Archer
Has enough swords
Freeter Adventures: In which the main character takes on temporary / part-time jobs... which are excuses for a Minigame Game, or maybe Gameplay Roulette.

Wildcard asked for "...a RPG with the colorful art style of Final Fantasy, and the roleplaying Western RPGS usually allow but with the ability to have party members." I think this might be more suited to the Recommendations: Video Games forum, but you might want to get a demo of Winter Wolves' indie game Planet Stronghold. See if it works with your computer, and if you like it. It's an interesting compromise of western and eastern RPG concepts. You might also like the DS game Sonic Chronicles.
140 TextchatRogue14th Oct 2012 04:48:15 AM from Junkyard America
Pokemon Lightning Version.

Done laughing? Good.

I believe that an absolutely amazing deconstruction could be made out of Chris-Chan's fantasy world and the policies he would implement were he elected in Real Life.

Imagine it. You're just a normal, if somewhat bright, thirteen year old kid about to go out on your very own Pokemon adventure. But slowly, the world painted by propaganda begins to crack. Smiling faces hide the poverty of an economy choked under state control. Terrible atrocities, such as people having their neighbors sent to a camp to "cure" them on accusations of homosexuality become ever more common.

You look around and realize this world is the result of putting a deranged manchild in power. You abandon your quest to become Pokemon Champion after your fifth badge to take this deranged madman down by any means necessary.

You join the PVCC, the Private Villa of Corrupted Citizens, as they have taken to ironically calling themselves after propaganda painted them as heinously evil traitors to the land. Slowly, you gain influence among the populace. You have the option of settling conflicts using either force or persuasion. Each has its advantages and, unlike most games, neither is presented as explicitly right or wrong.

Force gains you influence among the radicals, but allows state propaganda to paint you as completely evil and wrong more easily. Persuasion gains you influence among the common folk, but you also need to stand against some who insist on violence, sometimes with violence.

Once you finally reach Chris-Chan in his tower, getting to the top one way or another, he sends out Sonichu. After you defeat him, you either kill him or spare him depending on whether you've used mostly violence or persuasion.

If you kill him, you move on to kill Chris-Chan. The radicals take control of the government and loosen its grip on social policies, keeping its grip on politics. The economy, although still regulated, is loosened to flow more easily.

If you spare him, you incapacitate Chis-Chan and call for a democratic election of the next leader. Your recommended candidate, Mary Lee Walsh, wins, but by what majority depends on how much violence you used. With Mary Lee Walsh as your president, you create a libertarian government with citizens largely allowed to do as they wish, so long as they don't harm others.

Three years later, you set out to finish what you started and gain your last three badges and become a Pokemon Master. The effects of your work can be seen all around you with private or public security, state factories or privately owned factories, etc.

Do me a favor and don't take this as a political statement. Either ending is meant to be seen as perfectly valid.

edited 14th Oct '12 4:48:35 AM by TextchatRogue

141 Wildcard17th Oct 2012 08:35:55 AM from Revolution City , Relationship Status: Dating Catwoman
[up]I think that type of game could be done perfectly well without anything involving Chris Chan.

Wrestling Spirit with Real Life wrestlers.
142 Wildcard21st Oct 2012 04:15:51 PM from Revolution City , Relationship Status: Dating Catwoman
I'd like to see an Game Maker that was much less hard to learn than RPG Maker 2.
143 Ninjaxenomorph21st Oct 2012 04:33:20 PM from Texas, Texas, Texas , Relationship Status: Non-Canon
The best and the worst.
I actually want to try out the new mode in Black Ops 2, even though I don't really like modern shooters (Maybe ist cause its 20 minutes into the future?), because I want an RTS game where you can take control of individual troops, kind of like Rock Raiders for the PC.
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144 Zarek21st Oct 2012 04:43:58 PM from Jakku , Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
Rollin' rollin' rollin'
I'd like to see a remake of Mario Kart: Double Dash!! Or at least a return to the two-people-in-a-kart mechanic.
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145 Risetteer21st Oct 2012 05:04:42 PM from from from from from from , Relationship Status: Crazy Cat Lady
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I want a new Buffy the Vampire Slayer game, to be honest city.

Maybe even an Angel game, too.


edited 21st Oct '12 5:04:49 PM by Risetteer

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146 Wildcard21st Oct 2012 05:07:41 PM from Revolution City , Relationship Status: Dating Catwoman
"to be honest city"[up]What?

edited 21st Oct '12 5:07:56 PM by Wildcard

147 Risetteer21st Oct 2012 05:19:04 PM from from from from from from , Relationship Status: Crazy Cat Lady
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I meant like

Honest City

it's a city full of honesty

That's how honest I am.
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148 Wildcard21st Oct 2012 05:20:49 PM from Revolution City , Relationship Status: Dating Catwoman
[up]Ever make a bad licensed game off of it? I know that is not what you requested I'm just curious.
Have y'all heard of a 1994 game titled Ecstatica? Rather than trying to explain it, let me show you something:

edited 25th Oct '12 11:51:13 AM by TiggersAreGreat

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Oh, yes, and that game has a sequel, Ecstatica II, which you can see right here:

To be frank, I would like to see this series get the Remake treatment. Both games clearly have poorly implemented controls, making the games Nintendo Hard with having to move around and fight monsters. I can see quite a bit of room for improvement. smile
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