You know what game would be perfect for the Wii U?

#1IcedEarthaholicPosted 9/5/2013 7:33:39 AM
Anyone remember the multiplatform game SimEarth: The Living Planet? I do, loved that game to pieces back then, especially the SNES version which had a fantastic soundtrack. Anyway, I got to thinking and something of a full on remake that allows you to do everything SimEarth did but with revamped graphics and interface to truly allow you to terraform your planet into what you desire, and do as you wish with your creation once you do so would be nothing short of amazing.

Combine that with scenarios where you have objectives to complete, and a way to even manage your intelligent lifeforms more directly and I think we'd have an excellent game that would be perfect for Wii U gamepad usage. If only someone would create something like this, and no, I don't think Spore would count. Drastically different concept and scale.
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#2segagamerPosted 9/5/2013 7:35:46 AM
Seems more suited for mobile or pc.

Also, it would probably be multiplat. Simearth was ported to snes, mega cd and turbo cd.
#3PigfartsPosted 9/5/2013 7:36:00 AM
Pokimon Snap 2
Next fatal frame
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#4TerotrousPosted 9/5/2013 7:38:05 AM
That game was pretty bad to be honest. It's one of those strategy games where they give you a million options but only one of them will actually work in any given situation. Its gameplay isn't nearly as tightly crafted as something like SimCity Classic.
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#5IcedEarthaholic(Topic Creator)Posted 9/5/2013 7:39:32 AM
That's why I think if they refined it and actually made **** work, it would definitely be an amazing game for the Wii U. Think of it, controlling a civilization's fate with a touch of your stylus. God that WOULD be awesome.
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#6segagamerPosted 9/5/2013 7:41:47 AM
Pigfarts posted...
Pokimon Snap 2


Yes. You look at the tv, and gamepad is camera.

Would be best as a downloadable title though.
#7TerotrousPosted 9/5/2013 7:44:45 AM
IcedEarthaholic posted...
That's why I think if they refined it and actually made **** work, it would definitely be an amazing game for the Wii U. Think of it, controlling a civilization's fate with a touch of your stylus. God that WOULD be awesome.

Well, that's true of a lot of things: "If they made it a lot better, it would be good".


I do hope we get some strategy games on Wii U, though. Wiimote and Stylus controls both have a lot of potential for that type of game.
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#8Mandrew257Posted 9/5/2013 7:46:20 AM
segagamer posted...
Pigfarts posted...
Pokimon Snap 2


Yes. You look at the tv, and gamepad is camera.

Would be best as a downloadable title though.


Am I the only one who didnt like Pokemon Snap?
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#9PigfartsPosted 9/5/2013 8:17:51 AM
segagamer posted...
Pigfarts posted...
Pokimon Snap 2


Yes. You look at the tv, and gamepad is camera.

Would be best as a downloadable title though.


Yes, and the same idea for fatal frame which also uses a camera. But if i remember correctly there were parts in FF that you needed to take a picture really quick b/c a ghost would be n the screen for a second or less.

Not a fan of download only, except on PC which I am not a fan of hard copies.
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#10NovaLevossidaPosted 9/5/2013 8:22:18 AM
SimEarth was great. I remember causing a nuclear winter one time.
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