A new Gabriel Knight game. I probably played like 40 point & click games, but Gabriel Knight 3 holds a special place in my heart as one of the most immersive adventures i dived into.
I'm probably halfway through Septerra Core right now and while the combat of that game is nothing special (and actively gets improved by using a cheat that shows health numbers), those characters and that world that's built up out of multiple shells still keeps my interest in 2021. At one point an entire shell got yeeted upwards into another shell!) One spiritual successor to that plz.
I also want a new Drakan (why are there so few RPG's where you end up flying around on a elemental damage spitting dragon??) , a new Shogo (Love the perspective shift from playing on-foot levels and then selecting a big ass mech for other levels.. Also you could make your mech transform into a speedy vehicle! woohoo).
Re-Volt's 'toy in a big world'- aesthetic would also be a great thing to have as a modern arcade racer. Impossible Creatures' RTS that lets you make your own creatures was also a lot of fun. Also get me a new Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball! And a new Gunz The Duel that actually focuses on K-style movement instead of the class-based Gunz 2.
And finally i think it's time for a new Messiah game, Mario Oddyssey and Stacking has shown that there's still fun to be had by possessing other units to use their abilities.
PS: The following games are probably on quite some people's wishlists:
The cancelled Dungeon Keeper 3. (How would it be different now that your demons have to go out in the real world?) A new Black & White game. A new Populous game. A new Monkey Island. Warcraft IV. A new Age Of Mythology. A FF8 offshoot all about Laguna, Kiros & Wards' exploits. A FF10 offshoot starring Auron, Braska and Jecht. A new NOLF game (you don't necessarily need Cate Archer and H.A.R.M, you just need a saucy english spy, an evil organization, a bucket of humor and a whole lot of 60's campiness).
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