5. Metroid Prime
Samus' most recent forays into the 3D era havent been too well received, but back in 2002, the first Metroid title to step out of the second dimension was a big hit, selling over two million copies. It's re-release with the two follow-ups on the Wii as the Metroid Prime: Trilogy, which added much needed graphics and control updates, was also wildly popular, with copies for sale online still going for upwards of $300 over the original $50 retail price. That magic could arguably be made again with a high definition remake of Metroid Prime, and heck, maybe even the entire Trilogy, of course with new gamepad functionality controls, but maybe some interactivity with the puzzles as well.