Also, one I forgot to list, which is actually MORE likely than anything else (save for an Ys game): Sorcerian!
Don't toy with my emotions, Wyrd
And I would be down for an Ys Seven arranged OST, but they'd need to re-do Crossing Rage rather than just reuse the VS JDK Band version. That one seriously lacked in the 'oomph' that the synth version had.
That is true. I like that the community is close knit, even if it is really small. So small, even, that I have the bad habit of wondering "I wonder what their ALoY name is" anytime I read someone talking about Ys on the net.
The other message board that I post to is also pretty small and close-knit -- but also reclusive, to the point where you basically can't find it, and it's pretty hard to just come in and start posting without having already known everyone for a few years (let alone actually feeling like a part of the group instead of just an outsider).
This place is kind of a mix -- it's certainly not big enough to be an unruly mess of hundreds of complete strangers showing no respect for each other, and more tightly-knit than most message boards -- but it's big enough to readily welcome new people and let them get settled and feel like one of the group fairly quickly.
While I do like the idea of Ys Seven PS3, I really couldn't survive another blow like that. Ys VI on the PS2 was bad enough; I dislike buying games before buying the systems, but I'd do it for Ys.
A game in the style of Legacy of the Wizard / Drasle Family would be awesome, too! Of course, I'd like for it to be more accessible for today's audience; I loved that the whole game is a puzzle, but it would help a LOT if we didn't have to rely on trial and error before figuring out that "oh shoot, I brought the wrong items", not to mention "holy crap, that was a trap floor?!" or "How the hell do I make these jumps?!" or "I can walk through these walls?! How was I supposed to know that?!"