Just post your top ten list and give a reason why. Spoiler warning of course...
10. Final Fantasy X-2- I'm a fanboy, not more reason needed.
9. Super Paper Mario- Great game, but the need to switch in and out of the menu to change characters and partners kinda dragged it down. This game needed shoulder buttons badly. Perhaps a DS version?
8. Donkey Kong Country 3- The SNES trilogy were such good games, so why not pick up on the current gen consoles? Just please keep it 2D.
7. The Legend of Dragoon- While many would argue the plot was tied up nicely, I still find one huge lose end...
The creation of the Divine Dragoon Spirit; it poses questions and perhaps a threat.
The power of the King of the Dragons condensed into a single stone. If the seven original Dragoon Spirits really shaped fate as Rose suggested many times through the game, wouldn't one Spirit more powerful than the others throw that whole system out of harmony?
6. Super Mario RPG- I don't care if it's direct or spiritual, but Square and Nintendo need to band together again.
5. Super Mario 64- I don't mean Galaxy, I mean all those unfinished levels mentioned time-and-time-again in interviews!
4. Sonic Adventure 2- The last good 3D Sonic game, can it really be as hard as it has been for SEGA to make a proper follow-up?
3. Tales of the Abyss- Who was the figure that survived? That question alone begs for a new game. Maybe it's not a simple answer?
2. Eternal Sonata- A game that (assuming you've played the PS3 version) forms a cohesive whole, a direct sequel isn't needed. But a spiritual one would be cool, following in another famous figure's dream.
1. Skies of Arcadia- This is another game that I would argue doesn't need a direct sequel but instead a spiritual one. It had a fairly good twist on turn based battles and the ship battles were sadly few and far between. Lets follow the adventures of a new crew of Air Pirates!