5. Any Crossover Fighting Game
3. God of War
2. The Legend of Zelda
We have seen what Nintendo can do to Hyrule with N64 and Wii graphics, but it’s time to go the extra mile. The Zelda games have also dealt with multiplayer game play showing co-op in Four Swords, with battle and Wi-Fi capabilities in Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks. Players would truly have a new way of playing in their favorite setting. The fields of Hyrule would be breathtaking. The dungeons would be fit for raid-style action and include familiar, yet improved enemies. This franchise has succeeded with nearly every project involving Link, so why stop now?
The biggest selling point is how the world of pokemon is based on competition and thus provides a perfect mass multiplayer environment for player verse player events. Following a main storyline to reach the top of the pokemon leagues will give players unity in endeavors with friendly competition on the side. With such an open environment the game could even host a neutral sandbox region where players can compete and use their achievements to start gyms of their own. This would allow the hosting of player verse player battles for leisure outside the parameters of the natural storyline. This is also a chance for Nintendo to break pokemon from its handheld graphic restrictions and onto a system that can make the famous regions come to life. This doesn’t even cover a tenth of the ideas that can be converted from already successful pokemon games, but with tons of and tournaments already in place for future players, the game has practically started designing itself.
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