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Ultima Online, that's the obvious one.
Dark Age of Camelot.
And for non MMOs- Dungeon Keeper. Though imagine if that multiplayer aspect was expanded....
In Dungeon Keeper, you could possess some of your minions and use their abilities in a Doom like setting. You could fight the heroes, clerics, fighters, paladins, that tried to invade your dungeon.
What if, people could look on a server browser, and hop into invasions going on in a Keeper's dungeon? They'd just take the place of the AI and try to fight their way to the heart of the dungeon. You could even join as a group of friends, and invade your buddies dungeon.
Take it even a step further and it could be some sort of territory control, or score for how many hero parties you've killed. Man, why did EA have to kill Bullfrog.
Originally posted by Drolkin Shattered Galaxy Atlantica Online Add away!
Atlantica is an awesome game, I wish they could take that concept and really build on it. Aside from that I would really love to see Terry Goodkind's series The Sword of Truth novels to be made into an MMORPG. I know that its not a game yet but I really want to see it turn into an MMORPG ... wishful thinking and all that jaz.
I could also see the following games:
Pirates 101 (its pretty fun)
Eve - 2 (without the learning curve and a better ui etc+)
There are a lot of games that deserve a sequel, however too many designers push them in the wrong direction.
Jurassic Park Trespasser. It influence valve on HL2. JPT had great ideas, but too many bugs. I would love to see a sequel or a remake since Jurassic Park 4 is being made.
Vanguard. Or at least a revamped version with a new graphics engine.