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Let's have some fun. Create a list of up to 12 unnannounced games that would make your 2021 the best year ever. This is, of course, in addition to everything already known to be coming in 2021. If any of your entries are magically announced by the end of the year 2020, feel free to edit your list accordingly.
1. List 1 game per month - 12 games in total.
2. No more than 1 game per developer in the year. You can use outsourcing to get around this. However, if you use one developer as an outsource, you can't use that developer for any other project.
3. No more than 1 game per franchise. Spinoffs do not count towards this limit (but beware the one game per developer limit prior).
1. Guild Wars: Ascended (Arenanet)
This remaster of the incredible online CRPG would add in new content, continued updates, and new "open world" patrol zones akin to those of Marvel Heroes and Destiny.
2. Fire Emblem Echoes: Radiance Amidst Chaos (Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn) (Intelligent Systems)
Path of Radiance was a near perfect game for its time. Remaster the graphics and redo the animations. Speed up the map animations. Add in new support conversations. Buff a few units who need a boost. Add in an extra difficulty mode, a casual mode, and modern quality of life features.
Radiant Dawn needs more work. Substantial unit rebalancing. Multiple new low and mid tier difficulties. Modern quality of life. Casual mode. A complete set of support conversations and new/alternate endings.
3. Fire Emblem Warriors: War for Fodlan (Team Ninja)
This Age of Calamity style follow up would include:
A canon midquel to 3 Houses with multiple routes featuring as many playable 3 Houses characters as possible. Unlockable Byleth and Rhea on completion.
Free Mode allowing you to replay the story without character restrictions.
History Mode allowing players to experience iconic locations from other games in the franchise. Use the complete Fire Emblem Warriors and Fire Emblem Warriors: War for Fodlan roster, in addition to new faces such as Ike, Roy, Hector, Ephraim, Micaiah, Lilina, Camus, and others.
4. Trails of Warriors (Omega Force)
A Warriors game set in the Trails/Kiseki universe, featuring a non-canon setting akin to the Phantasma or Reverie Corridor. Allows you to play as many of the main protagonists from Liberl, Crossbell, and Erebonia, and also introduces the new protagonist of Calvard.
5. Ys X - (Nihon Falcom)
Lacrimosa of Dana was fantastic. More of that, please.
6. Tales of the Abyss Definitive Edition (Bandai Namco - Namco Tales Studio)
Tales of the Abyss is an amazing game. It also runs like ass on its original hardware, and it has only since been remastered on the 3DS - which doesn't do it justice. Put it on modern consoles.
7. Xenoblade Chronicles 3 (Monolithsoft)
A new Xenoblade with an older protagonist and a more action-based evolution of XBC2's combat.
I actually rather like Blades and wouldn't mind them returning. Having the RNG of lootboxes without actually paying for them was a fun outlet.
8. Golden Sun Switch (Camelot Software)
JRPGs are big now, and the Switch is an ideal platform for them. How about giving this tragic flop a new lease on life? I bet it would do so much better today.
9. Dragon Quest 12 (Square Enix)
We all know it's coming. We know it will be good. We don't know when and what it will look like.
10. Banjo Redooie (Toys for Bob - licensed by Microsoft/Rare)
Spyro and Crash got their remakes. It's time for Banjo.
11. Chroma (Harmonix)
One of the most disappointing game cancelations I've faced. A music-based shooter with a Tron aesthetic? Yes, please!
12. Marvel Heroes Reborn (Skystone Games under David Brevik)
Marvel Heroes deserved better, and there hasn't been an adequate replacement since.