Which Game Series Should Go 3D?Brian Ashcraft10/26/10 3:00amFiled to: JapanOnly in JapanMarioFinal FantasyResident EvilZeldamonster hunterStreet FighterMgsAce CombatTomb RaidercodMOH195EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink 3D televisions are expected to proliferate. More 3D TVs means more and more 3D games. Japanese research firm goo Ranking (via What Japan Thinks) polled folks in Japan regarding which game series they wanted to play on a 3D TV.AdvertisementThe survey sample was mostly female (68.2 percent) and ranged from teenagers to senior citizens with the majority in their 20s, 30s and 40s. Here's the list:1.) Super Mario series 2.) Mario Kart series 3.) Final Fantasy series 4.) Resident Evil series 5.) The Legend of Zelda series 6.) Super Smash Bros. series 7.) Dynasty Warriors series 8.) Monster Hunter series 9.) Street Fighter series 10.) Dragon Ball series 11.) Gran Turismo series 12.) Winning Eleven series 13.) Tekken series 14.) Metal Gear Solid series 15.) Tomb Raider series 16.) Ace Combat series 17.) Silent Hill series 18.) Virtua Fighter series 18.) Love Plus series 20.) Ridge Racer series 21.) F-Zero series 21.) The House of the Dead series 23.) StarFox series 24.) Siren series 25.) Medal of Honor series 26.) Call of Duty series 27.) Virtual-On series 28.) Need for Speed series 28.) Panzer Dragoon series 30.) Space Harrier seriesSome of these titles have already debuted in 3D. An new arcade version of Metal Gear Online, called Metal Gear Arcade, is in 3D, and Space Harrier got a 3D version for the Sega Master System back in 1988. It was called Space Harrier 3-D.