So there's some franchises currently missing on wiiU, and I have some hopes and ideas for what they should be doing with them.
Star fox- I have two thoughts on the star fox franchise. The first would be a classic star fox game with a more open approach to aerial combat and team mate support via the gamepad. I think this would be one of the best uses of the gamepad to date.
Or alternatively, if they had to do another star fox adventures instead then I'd like to see an open universe where you can travel to multiple different planets in any order you wish (think mass effect but more action and less dialogue).
Zelda- I'm not sure what I would like added to the next Zelda game. I just hope it' deviates slightly to the normal Zelda formula. And from what we've been told so far and seen in latest 3ds title it looks likely to shake things up.
Also, majoras mask successor please.
Animal crossing- I'd like to see a greater emphasis with the social online aspects should they bring animal crossing to wiiU. The ability to visit other players villages and trade items, and the need to work co-operatively in order to obtain some of the rarest bugs or fossils.
Metroid- I'm just hoping for a first person shooter with an amazing multiplayer mode. The ability to upgrade and customise my very own bounty hunter in metroids world would be amazing.
Pokemon- I know there's already a Pokemon game of sorts on the wiiU but I'm not counting that poor excuse of a cash in. What I really want to see is either one of two things. Either a fully fledged Pokemon rpg that everyone's wanted on a home console for years (an mmo would be mindblowing but unlikely) or a card trading battle game using real cards and making use of the forgotten NFC reader.
I know there's more franchises (f zero being another popular choice) but these are the ones I dream of owning in the hopefully not to distant future.
Please use this thread to share any ideas you have for these or other nintendo franchises, even new franchises if you're feeling particularly creative. I always like to hear what fellow gamers and nintendo fans want to see in future titles.