At this point, I'd give part of a finger off of my non-dominant hand to see Trails in the Sky: Second Chapter done in English. I actually have copies of S.C. and Valkyria Chronicles 3 in "the pile" (which is a literal pile), but I really, really want to see SC released. There's something I find comforting about playing the game in your native language.
And yeah, I'd like to see what the Dangan Ronpa games are about. The premise looked really interesting from the demo, unfortunately the crime solving part requires a very fast reading ability that I don't possess.
I still haven't ever beaten Super Mario Brothers, which I feel kind of bad about. I always end up using the warp zones, and then shortly after lose interest because I feel like I'm cheating. I've never beaten a 3D mario, is that weird?
For reference I've beaten: SMB3, Super Mario Land 1 and 2, Super Mario World, Yoshi's Island, if that counts, and Super Mario RPG, which probably doesn't. Oh, and the first New Super Mario Brothers.
Good job on this. I hope this gets a nod on the front page before the Kickstarter is up. Most of my favorite video game memories involved playing with someone else, and reading people's thoughts that local multiplayer is dead was what convinced me to back this earlier today, despite not owning a Move. I want to believe.
You know what? I've flipped. Partially because of all of the "local multiplayer is dead" comments, and partially because I hadn't really given the Kickstarter a chance. For instance, despite having visited the page several times since it started, I had never watched the introduction video before today. These are games that should be made. Backed.
This, sadly. I think that generally, the people that own move controllers may not be the people who would be excited about JS Joust. And then there are people like me, who don't have the foresight to think that, despite not having move controllers now, maybe I'd like to try this game in the future.
Star Wars Rebel Assault was my first experience with seeing the power of the CD-ROM, and FMV in general. That was a pretty ground breaking moment. I also remember how blown away I was playing the demo for FFVIII on PC, which featured the ballroom scene in it.
@Zelyre: Ring of Red is so great. I keep hoping that Konami will revisit that formula one day. Valkyria Chronicles, which is great in its own right, scratches that itch pretty well, but it's not quite the same.