Yes, I know, I know. Crackdown has a sequel, you tell me. It was a good game, you tell me. But what Crackdown needs is a true sequel, not one that is basically the same game with added co-op. I want old abilities and new ones, 4 player co-op, new story, new cars, new weapons, etc. Crackdown 2 did have most of this, but it just felt like the same old game. If Microsoft loves me, they will work on Crackdown 3.
Have you ever played a sport and thought, "Hm, this would be a lot better if I could beat people up"? If so, Deathrow is the game for you. In Deathrow, there are two teams where you have to throw a metal disc into a futuristic goal, blahblahblah. While the gameplay was surprisingly solid and you could win games without knocking out anyone, there's no fun in that. Several games were won by beating everyone up or leaving one guy left and just throwing the disc into the goal several times. The game is backwards compatible, so you should pick it up immediately, but a sequel on the 360/720/Nextbox would be a dream come true.
#3: Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy
Okay, Psi-Ops is one of the greatest games ever made. No if's, and's or but's. Before I go any further, Psi-Ops is available as freeware, so go find and download t. No other game has ever made telekinesis so fun (looking at you Second Sight). Sadly, to my knowledge, nobody has any idea what happened to the series now that Midway's dead. If someone did manage to pick it up, I would die if a sequel came out. I would love added multiplayer, new physics (possibly using the Euphoria engine), and everything else a sequel consists of. If this does somehow happen, please no Kinect or Move support.
#2: Mirror's Edge
I know, how surprising, but the world desperately needs a new Mirror's Edge. Mirror's Edge is a beautiful, unique game with its blinding white environment and contrasting red painting the levels. It's an amazing experience and an amazing game. The free running is great, the combat (which I avoided for the most part) is great and it's the one of the few times I've seen the ending of a game without shooting anyone. Supposedly, EA is working on a sequel and it's going to run on the Frostbite 2 engine, but besides for a recent easter egg in Battlefield 3, there's been no talk of a sequel.
#1: The Warriors
The Warriors, The Warriors, The Warriors. Rockstar, if you only release GTA V and a remake/upscaled version of The Warriors, I would die of happiness. I don't need an RDR 3 or Bully 2. The Warriors is an overlooked Rockstar title. Some might have been wary because it was a licensed game or whatever, but this game is perfection. There was nothing better than playing co-op with a buddy, breaking into jewelery stores, robbing people on the street, stealing car radios, spraying painting on rival turf, and tons of other stuff. I don't even need a direct sequel, if Rockstar came out with a spiritual successor, I would be satisfied. All I need is 4 player co-op, split screen co-op, online king of the hill matches, online battle royale and tons of other modes. I do know that Rockstar was planning a spiritual successor that was supposed to take place during the Mods vs. Rockers brawl, but my tears have effectively erased my memories.