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Games you wish existed

Discussion in 'Gaming and PC Discussion' started by Taure, Feb 1, 2016.

  1. _GitGud_

    _GitGud_ Fourth Year DLP Supporter

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    A decent successor to Master of Orion 2.
    Pizza Connection1-2/Pizza Syndicate successor.
    Starcraft: Broodwar HD with unchanged physics.
    Diablo 4 with fun and addicting gameplay(like D2).
     
  2. MonkeyEpoxy

    MonkeyEpoxy Fourth Champion DLP Supporter

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    I want Imperium Galactica 3... or maybe just IG2 remade with a modern engine.

    I'd also like a city builder in the vein of C3 or Pharaoh made with one of the early south american empires.
     
  3. Crimson13

    Crimson13 Groundskeeper

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    Can't think of particular games but for ideas...I dunno, I like the more "Different angle" kinda of thing.

    Idea I've had; you're a dragon and you do whatever the Hell you want. Who's going to stop you, you're a goddamn dragon. Mostly I just had concepts, like what do you want to be and do? Do you want to do the 'Princess in a tower' cliche, horde treasure, burn down the country side, help people, claim a kingdom as your territory and defend it?

    It mostly just comes down to 'I wanna be a dragon.' honestly, haha.

    Or maybe play as an antagonist instead of the hero; do you just want to rule the world for yourself, destroying the world for fun, causing the apocalypse for love? Explaining the 'Why' of what you do for good or ill.

    It's all I got at the moment.
     
  4. Wynter

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    Modern Day Assassins Creed, which defeats the whole go back in time aspect but wandering New York or Milan in the modern day tailing your target for an assassination seems like it could be pretty sweet.

    Plus more lore, training and a further insight into how the Assassins or perhaps the Templars run as an organisation.
     
  5. Shouldabeenadog

    Shouldabeenadog Unspeakable

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    Jade Empire 2, but with a real open palm/closed fist morality system.
     
  6. Jon

    Jon The Demon Mayor Admin DLP Supporter

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    Well, the premise is simple.

    The protagonists father/mother was an assassin and they're forced to re-experience their lives.
     
  7. Ayrilife

    Ayrilife Not Equal

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    Left 4 Dead 3. I really had a ton of fun with friends on the first two games.

    Pokemon/Harry Potter MMO's would also probably be amaze.
     
  8. Shouldabeenadog

    Shouldabeenadog Unspeakable

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    Could mix in a lot of cold war fun if you set it in the 50s-60s. Spy vs. Spy action in east berlin?
     
  9. Fenraellis

    Fenraellis Chief Warlock

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    Perhaps a modern Legend of Dragoon. That game was was quite fun back in the day, and even had a few impressive(for its time) video scenes.

    Or another non-handheld entry in the Secret of Mana series. Secret of Mana was the first game I actually owned(youngest sibling, so...), Seiken Densetsu 3 was a fun one, and Legend of Mana was enjoyable. From what I've seen or played of the various handheld entries, they were not as fun.

    I would have said Age of Wonders 3, but thankfully that game was released a little while back, after over a decade of nothing. :)
     
  10. Gengar

    Gengar Polymagus ~ Prestige ~ DLP Supporter

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    Legend of Dragoon does not hold up.

    I've wanted a HTTYD open world exploration game since the No Man's Sky reveal.
     
  11. Negaminx

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    A proper single player, open world, star wars based rpg, with with a robust and impactful morality system. When a Jedi mind tricks someone into harming themselves, people should have concerns.
     
  12. Wynter

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    Imagining the cringe factor as you become front seat to your parents romance.
     
  13. KHAAAAAAAN!!

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    Agni's Philosophy.
     
  14. Gengar

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    More people need to play The Old Republic based on the feedback in this thread.
     
  15. Red Aviary

    Red Aviary Hogdorinclawpuff ~ Prestige ~ DLP Supporter

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    Except people want a good Star Wars RPG.
     
  16. Odran

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    Played it for two months, subscribed (courtesy of a friend who wanted someone to play with him).

    It's shit. It's not the Star Wars game I asked for or even wanted in the first place.

    To make it short: yeah, nah.
     
  17. Taure

    Taure Magical Core Enthusiast ~ Prestige ~ DLP Supporter

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    Have you played the Galactic Civilizations series from Stardock? It's basically this.

    Alternatively, wait for Stellaris from Paradox.
     
  18. Evan Tide

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    Why would I touch a piece of shit?
     
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  20. _GitGud_

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    I tried it. If I remember correctly it lacked the ability to equip your own ships with all kinds of defense systems, weaponry and mods. It also didn't have the tactical turn based combat system that is required to orchestrate huge battles. I'm gonna look up Stellaris.
     
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