It's been a few months since we've had a Question of the Month. Just in time for E3, the O.G. staff talks about what they want to see at E3 this year.
One surprise I’d like to see from E3 this year is the localization of the Sony title Tokyo Jungle, which came out of their Creator Audition Mash Up Project, a program that Sony developed to give aspiring developers a chance to make a fully backed game. Tokyo Jungle is a survival adventure game in the vein of Disaster Report but with one major difference: your character is a Pomeranian...you are a dog. In the year 20XX, humans for some reason have disappeared off of the face of the Earth. Your human hasn’t returned and your supply of dog food has started to run out. So you set out to find your master, and are greeted to the sight of a Tokyo that has literally turned into a jungle. - Mike V.
Since Microsoft and Sony have announced that their new consoles will not be revealed at this year’s E3, there isn’t much riding on the show for me this year. Having recently revisited the wastelands of Fallout: New Vegas, if a new entry in the Fallout series was to be announced, E3 would be a successful show for me. With the upcoming release of Skyrim’s Dawnguard DLC though, I imagine Bethesda will have their hands full. - Jack
A while back, rumors started circulating that Crystal Dynamics was once again working on an entry in the Legacy of Kain franchise. The last title in the series, Legacy of Kain: Defiance, was released almost a decade ago. This so-called last game in the series failed to significantly resolve many loose ends in the plot leaving many people craving one last entry. The rumors involved a reboot rather than a new game. I know I, and I think I speak for a lot of long time fans, would welcome any new game, reboot or otherwise. To know that that once-great series has not been forgotten after all this time would be satisfying in of itself and a step in the right direction if anything is announced at E3. - Wayne
Sorry, Nintendo, but you aren’t off the hook with me just yet, and this isn’t just because I missed out on StarFox 64 3D back at E3 2010. StarFox 64 3D was a great port of what is still the best game in the series, but the fact that nothing has come even close to it almost fifteen years later is a shame. StarFox 64 was also the last StarFox game fully developed by Nintendo. Coincidence? I think not! As the resident furry here at Original-Gamer, I would not only like to see a new StarFox game, but one that is developed by Nintendo itself. I don’t care if it’s for the Wii, the 3DS or even the Wii U. I bought a PlayStation 3 for Ratchet and Clank and would gladly buy a Wii U for the chance to play another game starring my favorite barrel-rollin’ fox. - Eduardo
For me, the game I want to see is not a new game, but a couple of old ones. The past year, Sega has expanded their digital titles to include Sega Saturn games such as Guardian Heroes and Radiant Silvergun. I think Sega needs to go all out and bring back two of the best games from the Saturn: Panzer Dragoon Saga and my favorite game of all time, Shining Force III. Think about all the gamer minds that would be blown when they play these amazing RPGs? Not just that, it's easy money for Sega, which is something they could use right now. - O.G.
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