Stiq Figures: Let's trade dream crossovers edition

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I remember dreaming up improbable video game crossovers with my schoolyard friends. While none of our strokes of genius have been specifically catered to, I must have left our childhood sketchbooks at an industry event or something, because suddenly bizarre, wishful-thinking collaborations are completely reasonable. A full-on Pokemon fighting game with talent from the Tekken and Soul Calibur series? A narrative-driven take on the Borderlands series from Telltale? A mashup of Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei?

Now that improbable is the new possible, we might as well exchange our most-wanted team-ups in a public thread, just in case someone with a lot of money is bored enough to make exactly one of us incredibly happy. Personally, I would love to see Sin and Punishment 2 developer Treasure work with Nintendo on a spiritual successor to Star Fox 64. I think the on-rails arcade shooter style suits that series best, and I think Treasure's experience with the Sin & Punishment series would perfectly lend itself to what I'm looking for from Fox McCloud's adventures: A clever, blissfully-frantic shooter that's as fun to conquer the first time as it is the 50th.

That's just my request, though; what are you wishing for? Feel free to focus on video game series or just two particular development teams – the important thing is telling us about your dream project so we can join in on yearning for what might never happen. Break our hearts Tell us about your ideal crossover in the comments, right after you check this week's hardware sales after the break!

3DS LL: 28,788 [DOWN] 13,577
Vita: 15,309 [DOWN] 5,516
Wii U: 8,985 [DOWN] 9,176
3DS: 6,914 [DOWN] 2,515
PS4: 5,923 [DOWN] 990
PS3: 2,376 [DOWN] 3,884
Vita TV: 1,118 [DOWN] 373
PSP: 324 [DOWN] 92
Xbox 360: 177 [UP] 17
[Image: Nintendo]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.