2. Animal Crossing
This is coming. It's just a case of when. On the Wii we want it to be a whole lot more than the GameCube game with motion controls though. We want full customisation options, taking things beyond what we saw in MySims - we're thinking custom art on everything. If you've got friends online they should be able to live in your village, either permanently or in a holiday home of their design. We might be moving a little too far from the original game design, but how about cars to drive about in, and perhaps a large city to go to where you can meet others and shop for the latest must have Animal Crossing gadgets and toys?
The N64's Lylat Wars, as it was known in Europe, was one of the best games of the late 90s. It came in a giant cardboard box and was bundled with a Rumble Pack. The graphics were amazing, the on rails shooting intense. Suffice it to say we loved it. Since then, however, the StarFox franchise hasn't really floated our boat. StarFox Adventures on the GameCube took the series in a completely different direction, and was criticised by many fans as a result. StarFox: Assault, also on the GameCube, suffered from dodgy controls. And while the DS's StarFox: Command was a solid effort, it hasn't satisfied our home console StarFox hunger. We reckon the series is as ripe for a Wii update as any franchise hidden deep within the confines of Nintendo Japan HQ, and Fox and Falco's triumphant appearance in Super Smash Bros. Brawl has whetted our appetite even more. We reckon that the Wii Remote would fit perfectly with the flying combat, but of course, you'll be able to play with the classic controller if you fancy going old school. So get it done Nintendo. We'll love you forever if you do. Just don't ruin it with rubbish on-foot missions. Please.
You've read our wish-list. Time to tell us what you think. What classic Nintendo franchises would you like to see on the Wii?