We love console and PC games as well as tablet titles, but they don't always make for a great fit. For instance, tablets lack the buttons and physical input of dedicated controllers.
In saying that, there are quite a few games that would work well on tablets, so we chose our most wanted picks!
Created by Anvil Games, space-simulation Freelancer took the whole galactic battling/trading formula to another level, featuring lush visuals, cool weapons and tons of customisation.
While titles like Galaxy on Fire have attempted to replicate the experience, a full-fledged Freelancer port would be worth a download for today's motion-controlled tablets.
Second choice: We'd also love for a port or two of Namco's excellent Ace Combat series, with the previous iOS title being way too short and cut-down for our liking.
Strategic role-playing games are a great fit for mobile gadgets, requiring none of the quick-fire reflexes and complicated controls of other genres.
However, arguably the most popular SRPG series, Disgaea, has yet to make an appearance on tablets, but it would definitely be a must-have for the platform.
Second choice: There are plenty of other fantastic SRPGs out there, such as Nintendo's Advance Wars, but for obvious reasons, we'd never see it on tablets. So we'd dig a version of mech-battling franchise Front Mission instead.
Racing games aren't exactly the best choice for touch-only devices, especially if they're simulations that demand pixel-perfect steering and input. Sure, there's the great Real Racing series, but we'd love to see Burnout make its way to consoles.
Burnout's white-knuckle gameplay could be the perfect title for touch gadgets, with ridiculous crashes and the arcade style being the main attractions. However, the short races and Crash mode also make it a suitable title for the bus trip to school or work.
Second choice: Another underappreciated racer is Blur, from defunct developer Bizarre Creations. With real-world cars, fast-paced gameplay and fantasy weapons, we could see tablet owners playing this in lieu of Real Racing.
You couldn't visit a large arcade in the early 2000s without laying your eyes on Sega's sniper-rifle-equipped Silent Scope cabinet. The game, which saw you... well... sniping enemies, was as fun as it was intense.
Silent Scope had a PS2 and Dreamcast port, albeit without the sniper rifle peripheral. However, we'd love to see a gyroscope-controlled mobile port, something that shouldn't be too difficult to implement.
Second choice: There isn't a lot of variety when it comes to sniping games, with Sniper Elite being the only other notable choice. Boasting a more realistic style, Sniper Elite brings plenty of tension to the table.
DotA started out as a Warcraft modification, and exploded, becoming one of the biggest multiplayer PC games ever released.
With hordes of players around the world, who wouldn't want to get a quick game in while on the train or during a flight?
Second choice: We'd love to see Company of Heroes, the hardware-intensive WW2 strategy title, make its way to tablets. If ever there was a game to demonstrate the newest generation of tablet hardware, this would be one of them.
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