For the past few years, most games released on consoles have been set in the standard, common, and what developers believe to be more enjoyable periods to put the setting of a game in. Not that I'm saying another WW2 shooter doesn't hurt every once in awhile, but come on. We've seen medieval combat, world war 2, modern combat, and the future predominantly in most shooters. Just throwing the idea out there that you could start putting some games in Vietnam, Korea, WW1, Civil War, heck, maybe even the Crusades. I do realize that there have been games set in these time periods, but most were total flops. (Shellshock, Darkest of Days, etc.) It would just take a determined effort by a developer and some creative minds to make these eras work. You could put an FPS in Vietnam with Hueys ferrying people around the map, tanks, artillery, and all the good guns you could want. You could put a strategy-type game in World War 1. I've personally always wanted to see a flight sim in the Korean War, and you could stick an RTS in the Civil War. Let's see some new stuff!