Japanimation

Forget DragonBall Z - how about games based on these beauties?

Detective Conan brings one of Japan%26rsquo;s most popular anime series to Wii this month - peep the reviewhere. And we%26rsquo;ve already had the obvious fighting games based on Naruto and Bleach, as well as a swashbuckling adventures with the pirates of the popular One Piece and, uh, a Fist of the North Star pachinko game.

These games got us thinking about other classic pieces of Japanese animation that we%26rsquo;d love to seein videogame form,and how they might work. Whether or not any of them ever turn up, it%26rsquo;s worth checking out the original source material - hopefully you won%26rsquo;t be disappointed by this lot.

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