• Trapped_In_Hiskool - January 7, 2009 3:42 p.m.

    I like the futuristic Zelda idea, and a Star Fox MMO would make people realize Nintendo isn't all kids games. I've always had the idea of making a pokemon game where you control a team of trainers, not just one, and they all had their own needs too. You'd need to buy food and stop traveling at night. Kinda like a Sims meet pokemon.
  • Krunch - January 7, 2009 9:29 a.m.

    The Zelda game I'm a bit iffy on, the idea is interesting, but it will have to be done very well, and keep the components of the past Zeldas that made them successful. The Metroid game just sounds great, no complaints or anything to add here. Ive never really played Starfox games much, so im not to interested in this. The Pokemon game sounds great also. The in-game money could be used for appearance items for both the trainer and the pokemon, and include contests that show of the looks and power of your pokemon.
  • dMbeasy - December 24, 2008 6:48 p.m.

    Future Zelda: No. the idea of a furturistic Zelda is absolutely terible. So instead of completely futuristic, why not keep the medieval setting, but add in some cyber elements, like early versions of guns in place of crossbows, stuff like that. Metroid Dread: Probably not. I kinda like the idea of it, but I stilll think we should keep it at side-scrolling, semi-crap-yourself atmoshphere and everything. Maybe a BIT scarier, such as more fearsome monsters, and I like the destructible armour idea, but keep it like it is, and hell, why not go back to 2D while your at it? The last 2 ideas are however just absolutely epic. Star Fox needs to go back 64 style, and Pokemon, just way too true. Make it happen, Nintendo! And on that note, MAKE DK RELEVANT! Make another DKC, or whatever.
  • super-saint - December 18, 2008 4:35 a.m.

    i seriously think that nintendo could pull this off...and make a shitload of cash along the way. i would buy at least 2 of the games and at 50 bucks per game thats $100.
  • purple_omlet - December 18, 2008 3:09 a.m.

    the star fox idea sounds like a great spin on the series. i would definitely play that. the Pokemon idea was pretty good too, but it would be harder to make than it first believed to be. the immense game space you'd need to have to create a world that Pokemon trainers can freely battle away in would take forever to program. and don't get me started on trainer cards, Pokemon locations, and numerous missions to fill in the null space of the game. also, would there be a story line? it would be a very strenuous build, but the end product would most likely be one of the best games ever. i would love to see a game like the zelda in the future, just not link. i'm sorry, i just see the zelda series staying in the middle ages. plus, why not create a whole new game that takes the basic idea of that games description? i think it would make for a pretty cool run and it wouldn't lose any fans of Zelda. i don't really care for metroid too much...

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