Before you say anything, know that hating against remakes is not welcome here. Although I understand the reasons for disliking them (and in some cases I hate them myself) this is not the place for it. So, what game would you like to see re-made and why? In my opinion, the biggest reasons for a game to be re-made is if they look a bit dated or aren't as fun as when they first came out. Games like Space Invaders Extreme show that you can take an old game and completely re-invent it for a new audience. There are also games like Lufia II on the ds which can completely change an old game, but in a good way. Then there are those that simply make the game available to a new audience with added features like Ocarina of Time for 3DS, but the lack of innovation is far from a bad thing, it just polishes an already great experience. Here are my picks: -Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (Cafe) Considering that this is my favorite game of all time, I would kill for a widescreen console version of this game with upscaled/re-drawn graphics. It might even be cool if the cafe offered upscaled gamecube games as downloadable titles, similar to the wii virtual console with N64 games. Or even better yet, release it with the original game running on a better engine with enhanced graphics, and the Cafe will become a day one purchase for me. -Rocket Knight Adventures (PS3, 360, Wii, Cafe) I don't feel this game got quite the exposure it should have on the Genesis. Although a Rocket Knight game came out for the 360 and PS3 recently, it just isn't the same as the original. If they do port it, adding in a save feature and providing new levels and endings would make for one of the best games ever. -Mother (Cafe) Being the Earthbound fan I am, I can only hope that an awesome game like this is re-released. The original (And GBA) version of this game are good, but they lack the polish and enjoyability its successors have. If they removed the random encounters and added in more NPCs and dialogue, this could make for one of the best remakes ever.