Dude. The Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games had GREAT stories. The anime adaptations were kinda iffy, though, since they just did short chunks. Super Paper Mario had a good story, too.
Somebody mentioned Ace Attorney earlier. An anime adaptation might be interesting, even if the only things it could really add are animation and voice acting. The problem is, I can't see myself watching it subbed. I thought the English localisation was fantastic, and I really liked the quirky characters that were shaped by the English dialogue. So unless there was a dub, I don't think it would gel with me.
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I had no idea this thread was actually being continued. on the topic of whether or not Light Novels counted as Video games turned into anime, If there is a controller stuck to the pages, then it counts.
Now that I think of it, the Ni No Kuni game coming for the PS3 would have a great Anime adaption even though its already half-anime. Any anime Adaption from a video game would be great if Studio Ghibli Adapted it, but that may not happen.
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And no mentions of Professor Layton....? ;__; It already has a movie (and another one in the near future iirc), and the games already hold anime-esque cutscenes. I don't think it could hold up as a long-running anime series though. 12 (give or take) episodes would probably work if it was turned into a short anime series, which is possible.
I would totally watch an Ace Attorney adaptation, dub or not.