Originally Posted by DanLW
Secret of Mana
Final Fantasy III (US)
Illusions of Gaia
On another note, I really wish they would do a FFIII (VI) remake. I know Square does do stuff for Nintendo now, but I don't know if Final Fantasy proper is contracted to Sony. I know there is a DS FFIII, but from everything I've heard it's a completely different game. I'd like to see the game updated with 3-D worlds and characters, and even cutscenes. To me, at least, the game had an excellent story, and I'd definitely buy a re-make. I know Final Fantasy Anthologies added some cut scenes, but I'd really like to see a complete graphics makeover.
Ditto for Chrono Trigger. The other two games were good but nothing all that special, and as such can be left as is.
DS FFIII was the Japanese FFIII which wasn't released here. The FFIII we got in the US I believe was FFV or something like thaIt over there
I'm not a fan of final fantasy games, (though I do think the SNES ones were far superior to the current ones) but I entirely agree with the three other choices. However, there would at least have to be the option of the original CT, because people would flip if there wasn't. I tried playing the PSX version of Chrono Trigger, and the cutscenes were awesome, but it wasn't worth the loading times before EVERY battle.
Earthbound would be great too. I really want Super Mario RPG also. What would be best if they ever released a bunch of RPGs on the Virtual Console though, would be complete DS compatibility which I realize isn't possible currently since the DS can only store wirelessly sent games in RAM. If I have the game on my Wii and then have to leave, I should be able to send the game to my DS at the EXACT point at which I was at on the Wii, and continue from there. Likewise, when I get back home, I should be able to send that back to the Wii, with absolutely no trouble. In fact, what might be best is if it automatically synced whenever my DS and Wii were in range of each other, it'd make standby mode on the Wii useful for more than flashing blue lights with updates, and powering the USB ports on the back of the console.