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kirrylord avatar 3:33 AM on 10.15.2012  (server time)
Two animes that could make awesome video games.

Anime video games sometimes they can be really good and other times they can be pretty bad. In this blog I'm going to have a list of animes that I think could have good video games based off them and why I think they would be good. I would like to note that these are my opinions and everyone is welcome to suggest their ideas in the comments.

First off I'd like to start with High School of the Dead. High School of the Dead is a 2010 anime based of the manga of the same name written by Daisuke Sato and illustrated by Shoji Sato. The story follows Takeshi Komuro and friends in modern day Japan where a virus that turns people in zombies has struck. With the massive popularity of zombies this game could sell with out even being remotely good but I'm here to talk about how it could be good. The game could have a campaign mood and survival mood similar to Call of Duty's zombies or Left 4 dead. Ideally the game would be a first person shooter or third person shooter with action styled controls for melee combat. The graphics would be cell-shaded, This could also work as a mod for Left 4 Dead, or Left 4 Dead 2.

The 2nd anime I'd like to be made into a video game is Jormungand. Jormungand is about Jonah a child solider who joins the private army of Koko Hekmatyar a young arms dealer. With Jormungand joining forces with Call of Duty Black Ops II This could pave the way for a stand alone Jormungand video game. The Jormungand video game would ideally have cell shaded graphics and be a first person shooter with a standalone campaign and online multiplayer. The game could follow the story of the anime or it's own.

Sources: Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Jormungand anime Join Forces : Anime News Network.

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