There’s no doubt eversince the third sequel, the Ace Combat series is a shining beacon of not only being an uncomplicated and enjoyable flight game, but also for being the only flight game with an actually interesting storyline. There’s nothing an Ace Combat fanboy could ever wish for than an anime/OVA of Ace Combat 3.
Ace Combat 3′s animated intro from 10 years ago: still flying high, and more than enough reason for an anime/OVA.
Post-apocalyptic setting? Mechas? Corporate-hired mercenaries? Armored Core’s potential as an anime is way too obvious here. No further elaborations needed.
I have yet to play Bioshock, but I heard some good shit about ‘immersive storyline’ and delicious
An anime adaptation of Call of Duty 4 would probably revolve around the theft of prototype giant robots, while a reverse-gendered Captain Price would be wearing an armpit hair exposing tank top.
It’s inevitable that Red Alert 3′s inclusion of Japan and psychic schoolgirls conjures up many possibilities of a decent anime adaptation. Only problem is, they’d probably have to make Yuriko resemble a 43 year old with thunder thighs and cancerous bowling balls strapped to her chest to cater the fetishes of western audiences. Otherwise, freedom-lovers will start howling morality and call the anime a paedophiles encyclopedia.
Now that Hetalia is out, a Company of Heroes anime is now impossible. Wait, let’s make all the main characters prepubescent females, then add humanoid tank legs and call it Ground Witches! Or… STURM WITCHES! BLITZ WITCHES?
Very much every schmup released since the 8-bit era have the basic universe and mechanical design to start an anime. They did it to Touhou (fanmade; no fancy schmancy mechas to begin with), so why won’t they do it to Raystorm and Einhander?
I always had this bad feeling if Fallout 3 was an anime, it would cast a wimpy, pathetic, moralfag do-gooder as the series protagonist who unintentionally built himself a harem of generic party members, of which every female member of his party has the hots for the protagonist and dreamed of having his pOnOs jammed wildly in their vagOOO, but it will never happen of course. Yes, a Fallout 3 anime will be about whacking Radroaches for hours, assembling a party straight from the underground vault of 101 genericism, watching them taking a trip to a post-apocalyptic spring bath, or having all the female characters in your party work a temporary job at a post-apocalyptic maid cafe set in post-apocalyptic Akihabara. Thus, Fallout 3 anime = DO NOT WANT
Conspiracies, backstabbing, revelations, technobabble, philosophical rhetoric, and general mindfuck: a high-class recipe for an interesting anime. Really, considering how much effort was invested for the game’s cinematic sequence and love-it-or-hate-it storyline, Metal Gear Solid does deserve an anime. If it ever happened, I can finally forget Akio Ohtsuka’s presence in lending his voice to cool characters stuck in two awful animes (other than that, the rest are fine). Hell, I might even pick up a dubbed copy (b-u-y animes?) so I can listen to David Hayter’s equally manly voice. PS: there is no Devil May Cry anime, and DMC stood for Detroit Metal City.
No Metal Gear? Then give me METAL SLUG! I say no to another shitty King of Fighters animu. Shit out something new SNK!
Instead of simply abandoning a good idea and leaving it to rot in the annals of history, Starcraft: Ghost should be turned into an animated film of somekind, like Dead Space: Downfall. Have the marketing dept at Blizzard ever thought of furthering the money-making potential of milking an already powerful franchise? Like all worldwide phenomenon (especially in Zerghive Korea), Starcraft is panties-drop-easy to market and merchandise (BTW, there’s a novel for Starcraft: Ghost). They must be out of their mind not to exploit that, or they probably ran out of Mexican bank accounts to flee and store their rapedollars at.