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Submitted by Jackhass 857d ago | article

5 Video Game Series Crying Out For A 3D Computer Animated Movie

Here are five video game series that are crying out for the Pixar treatment. (Castlevania, F-Zero, Industry, Retro, Star Fox)

maniacmayhem  +   857d ago
Starfox is crying out for a damn GAME!
AusRogo  +   857d ago
Im crying out for a damn Starfox game!
ApolloTheBoss  +   857d ago
Someone make a Starfox movie happen, please. Peppy saying "Do a barrel roll" in a scene would be the ultimate fan service.
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Rainstorm81  +   857d ago
Darksiders!
ironfist92  +   857d ago
Ive always wanted a Phoenix Wright Anime show. That would be awesome.
VTKC  +   857d ago
yeah that would be a good idea. I can just imagine how it would keep the viewers guessing until almost the end when all the OBJECTION! moments kick in.
WUTCHUGUNNADO  +   857d ago
I'd prefer puppets for a Starfox movie.
pr0t0typeknuckles  +   857d ago
sly cooper nuff said.

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