I'm gonna throw some publishers' names on the pile here:
All the SCUMM-based adventure titles; Monkey Island, Sam & Max, Full Throttle, etc.
X-Wing series, perhaps?
Maybe even Rogue Squadron 3D, which was quite fun on the PC.
And of course (guilty pleasure alert) Star Wars Episode One: Racer. Yeah, laugh it up.
...although maybe the Star Wars license could be tricky in terms of copyrights.
The Legacy of Kain series, although I'd be happy with just Soul Reaver.
The early Tomb Raider titles, perhaps?
Can't go wrong with Deus Ex.
How about the Thief series?
Or even Anachronox?
And my personal favorite, Omikron: The Nomad Soul, AKA "That David Bowie Game."
There's a lot of potential there. Does Eidos have some sort of exclusivity agreement with Steam or something?
A shameless personal addition, just because I want to play Re-Volt again.
Another personal one. Just give me Rayman 2 and everything else is gravy.
And last but not least - and bear with me here:
Yes, the modern-day Atari. The Atari that published The Witcher. Surely there's a relationship already in place, and there's a fair amount of great Infogrames (remember them?) IP languishing in archives at Atari that needs to be revealed to the world once again, not the least of which being Outcast, which I am still playing and for which I would kill to have a compatibility update.
Independence War 2, anyone?
Or maybe the early Alone in the Dark titles?
There we go. That's about all I got. Enough wall-o'-text for ya? ;)
NINJA EDIT: BBCode didn't like my italics. You got something against expressive typists?
Post edited December 08, 2008 by Regulus