Without sounding ungrateful, I want more. Specifically, I want the following sequels to be announced and released for the 3DS before the system expires, as game systems are wont to do, at the ripe old age of five or six.
I wouldn't be surprised if Dragon Quest XI looked a bit like this.
1. Dragon Quest XI--Having not played a Dragon Quest game since the first one, I picked up Dragon Quest IX with equal amounts of caution and curiosity. That won't be the case should the series' next entry be announced for the 3DS, though, since, in the end, the DS iteration completely blew me away. I can only imagine how great a portable part XI could be thanks to the 3DS' enhanced graphics and online capabilities.
Imagine experiencing Endless Ocean's cool waters in 3D.
2. Endless Ocean 3--I've said it before and I'll say it again: The original Endless Ocean is one of my favorite Wii titles thanks to its beautiful graphics, haunting soundtrack and immersive gameplay. (Sadly, I've yet to play the sequel.) As such, if the same team made a third Endless Ocean game for the 3DS, I'd not only order a copy for myself at the earliest opportunity but I'd also order a copy for every 3DS owner I know--or at least I would if I could afford it.
Would I like a Final Fantasy V remake that looks like this? Duh!
3. Final Fantasy V and/or VI--I know it's kind of lame to wish for Final Fantasy remakes, but I can't help myself when it comes to Final Fantasy V and VI--especially after seeing Bravely Default: Flying Fairy's wonderful graphics. I'm not sure any remakes of these titles will be able to top the originals in my mind, but I'm certainly willing to give them a try if they're treated with the same kind of care that went into Square Enix's DS remakes of Final Fantasy III and IV.
I can't tell if my stomach is turning in fear or anticipation.
4. F-Zero 3DS--How on earth did we get through the DS and Wii "eras" without another F-Zero sequel? I don't know, but what I do know is that this dry spell had better not last through the end of the 3DS' life. This futuristic racer would be a perfect fit for Nintendo's latest handheld, don't you think? Granted, playing such a speedy game in 3D could be a recipe for disaster (or at least nauseousness), but I'm willing to take the risk.
Hopefully there won't be any 'up the pants' shots in Mario Golf 3DS.
5. Mario Golf--Ah, another series that has been M.I.A. since the days of the GameCube and GameBoy Advance! Mario Tennis was announced for the 3DS a few months ago, though, so it's likely a Mario Golf sequel will be announced sooner rather than later, too. Until that happens, I'm going to include it on lists like this one--and hope that it and its racket-wielding counterpart feature the RPG elements that made their portable predecessors so compelling.
Now that I've had my say, what are some of the sequels you'd like to see appear on the 3DS at some point?