Recently there have been a few big video game breakthroughs, things that are changing how we play our games. 1. Creativity - A lot of games are coming out that give you complete/almost complete power to do what you want, based on engines. Little big planet is a great example. Allowing you to interact properly with everything in the game. 2. Graphics - With xbox and PS3 leading the way, 3D graphics are becoming incredibly detailed, allowing for bigger worlds, more detailed worlds, or both. GTA3 I hear is the best example of stunning graphics. 3. Touch screens - Though the technology has been around or a while, only recently has it become a big deal. Now we have it in the DS, in our home computers, our phones, and our PDAs. It has been refined so now devices can sense pressure, multi-touch, and can be very accurate. The iPhone displays this technology best. 4. Motion - The best achievement in my opinion. The Wii and iPhone both take advantage of motion as an input device. Unfortunately the Wii doesn't have many great titles yet that REALLY use it, but as more devices follow it's only a matter of time before we have some great motion games. 5. Finally, MMMGs(Massively Massive Multiplayer Games)-The name of the game escapes my mind, but I heard about the biggest multiplayer first person shooter yet; 200 players simultaneously, over the internet, without taking a big toll on graphics! So now what we need is a company to put all of this together. Most of the afore-mentioned platforms only have one of these features, barring the creative gaming. What I'm really waiting for is complete motion. It really wouldn't be hard, (meaning not much harder) I have figured out how they could do it minimally. The user would have a set of velcro strips that will be velcro'd onto joints. This allows the game to create a 3D bone structure based on you. It's that simple! To allow more control, you could also wear gloves that have more sensors, allowing for finger movement and such to be registered. No wearing any big fancy suit, it just requires a moderate amount of velcro. I can see how it may be a slight pain putting them all on, but the experience would be worth it. The rest of the features are pretty simple, it's just a matter of technology and money. Who can do this, What other features can be added? When will it happen?