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Bloggers Wanted: Dreaming

Apr 02 // Aerox

[When we're looking for blogs on a specific topic, we'll put out a Bloggers Wanted call. Check out the blog prompt, write your own response in the Community Blogs and tag it with the "Bloggers Wanted Essay Response" tag, and you may see your blog promoted to the front page. -- JRo]

One of the most frustrating parts of April Fool's Day is when a company fake-announces a product that sounds AWESOME. ThinkGeek does this every year (although they at least often follow through), and many game companies get in on the action -- often fake-announcing long awaited sequels or reboots of beloved franchises.

The games eventually end up not being real, but what if they actually were? For Bloggers Wanted this week, I want you to tell me about your dream game that hasn't been made yet. It can be a non-existent sequel to a franchise you absolutely love or, if you really want to get creative, a totally original creation with gameplay you haven't seen done before, but think would work well.

My choice is obviously a true, direct sequel to Chrono Trigger.

To participate, just write a C Blog, title it "Dreaming: [Your Blog's Title]", and select the Bloggers Wanted Essay Response tag. Throughout the next two weeks, keep an eye on the blogs and get some discussions going with your fellow Dtoiders!


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