Very sad news, because they made some great games. I do have to wonder though if the closing has anything to do with them not making many games for systems other than Nintendo ones. Because sadly not many people have been buying games on Nintendo one recently.
This looks like a fun game, but I just wish it was for the consoles too. Because I game more on consoles than I do the PC. That being said best of luck with this game and I hope it sells well for the team behind this game.
If this is a new system l hope it has R2, L2, R3 & L3 this time. Because touch screen isn't anywhere as great as real buttons.
I wish there could be a remake of Anachronox and a first person open world game of Shadowrun, but sadly neither will happen.
They could do that very well, Alien: Isolation and Condemned come to mind with showing what Sega can do with the horror genre. Sega really needs to start looking in their back catalog, because they're sitting on a goldmine that is just waiting to be revived.
I'd be down with seeing what a modern version of Altered Beast would look like. Sega has a lot of classic IPs that would look great if they'd give them another shot.
I'd enjoy a new Crimson Skies and Blood Wake. It would be nice to see what those Xbox games would look like on Xbox One. Another game that could be interesting would be Brute Force and have it be like it was originally announced as. I know it won't happen, but a dream game I'd enjoy would be Obsidian reviving Shadowrun as an open world game. I know not everyone is a fan of the new Fallout games, but I think it would be cool to see what Shadowrun could look like ...
It would be nice if many of these old games could find there way to the consoles, because l can imagine there would be people that would enjoy playing them again or for the first time.
I know I'll get jokes about where l want to see the next Fallout, but that is okay. I myself want to see Fallout: Detroit. I think it would be interesting to see a Detroit that never became like it is in real life. Seeing the Fallout universe's version of the motor companies would be fun to see. Getting to visit the salt mines could also be very interesting. Plus seeing as in the Fallout universe Canada was brought into the US I could see you being able to visit Wi...
I'd like to see a new De Blob and Stuntman, but I'm most likely the only one.
Nordic Games has a lot of great IPs that need a sequel and one that I really want is De Blob.
I want a new Dino Crisis, Power Stone, Breath of Fire and Marvel vs Capcom.
I hope Sony does make another handheld, because the PSVita has been great. I'd add R2, L2, R3 & L3 for the next system, because touchscreen just isn't as great as those buttons would be. I also would add onboard memory that can be used as a hard drive to make games run better and cut down on load times.
I might be the only one, but I've been wanting for years Eiji Aonouma to switch making games with Yoshiaki Koizumi. I think would be great to see what new ideas the director of Zelda could bring to the Mario games and the director of Mario to the Zelda games. This would also help keep both producers from getting bored from always working on the same series. As for this news though I hope it happens, because I could see him making a wonderful new IP....
I could see the DC/Marvel idea working, but it would never become as popular as Pokemon and the reason is you can't catch DC/Marvel characters.
I myself would like to see Hot Shot Tennis more, but I'd be fine with a new game of this too
I wouldn't call it cell shaded, but water colored instead. That being said I'd like to see more games using this art style, because the look just pops off the screen and I like that.
I like the Ice Climbers, Paper Mario & Retro Nintendo character ones the most. I also would like to see more games based on these properties. Because I can see an Ice Climbers sidescroller game being great fun.
Hopefully it will be set in WW1 over the present day. There is a lot of great stories that can be told from the Great War. I doubt it'd happen, but I'd be down for seeing it telling the stories from Austria-Hungary's side. Seeing how the assassination of the Archduke of Austria-Hungary was the reason WW1 started that would be an interesting side to watch and then seeing how they lost the war effected their country would make for great tv.
Good call on Digimon. I'd add Monster Rancher as another series that could work too.
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