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Looking Forward highlights games Wildcat and Nester are wanting to play the most.  Here goes:

Resident Evil 5 (PS3, Capcom) - Hey, the game's out now!  And I wants it! XD  I'm hoping that this summer I can wrestle up enough money for a console and a copy of the it'll stay here until I play it!

Beyond Good & Evil 2 (PS3, UBI Soft) - (AMAZINGLY) No news since last time I updated this, but that's okay.  For this game, I don't mind being in the dark. :)

Again: Eye of Providence (DS, Tecmo) - CING, the wonderful chaps behind Hotel Dusk, have another mystery game on tap for the DS.  Despite the change to real actors over animated drawings, if the plot is anything like the joy of Dusk's, then I will be a happy camper.

MadWorld (Wii, Sega) - This is out now too, but again, I am still wanting to play it.  Greg Proops of Whose Line? fame is a host.  That is reason enough to keep it here.

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories (Wii, Konami) - I have to admit, I was very surprised to see Silent Hill heading to the Wii.  And I have to next admit that the direction Konami's taking it sounds very intriguing.  A remix of the original Silent Hill, Harry will now be unable to fight off the monsters that will be hunting him.  Your only option is to run, and considering the insanity that is the SH universe, this new twist makes me very excited.  I hope Konami can properly give this concept justice.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time (Wii/DS, Square-Enix) - It sounds like there may be some lag issues with the online mode, but hopefully those can be ironed out before the North American release. However, I'll probably enjoy the game ether way.

Klonoa (Wii, Namco Bandai) - I have never played the original Klonoa or its sequel, but it looks like the kind of game I should be paying more attention to.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Wii, Atari) - The Wii controls promise to make this version of the game the fulfillment of many childhood fantasies. The involvement of the original writers and cast raise my expectations even more! I can't wait to see how this one turns out!

Sin & Punishment 2 (Wii, Nintendo) - Not surprisingly, Nintendo is remaining tightlipped about this game, and so is Treasure. And it'll probably be awhile yet before anything new is revealed about it.

Muramasa: The Demon Blade (Wii, Xseed Games) - This is one beautiful game. Hopefully the gameplay can live up to it.