The original Pokemon Snap for the Nintendo 64 is a fond childhood memory for many, and both deserves and needs a sequel. As fun as the first one was, it had a lot of limitations, wasn't long enough, and only contained 63 Pokemon. There's much room for improvement, but it's still a great concept that the current generation of gamers has yet to experience, and the 3.63 million copies of the original game that sold should be more than enough motivation for Nintendo to follow it up with a bigger, better sequel for today's gamers.
I don't think I'm alone in believing that the Wii U is the perfect platform to launch it on. If Nintendo were to take a look into this, what could we hope to see from Pokemon snap on the hardware of tomorrow?