Capcom asks fans if they're interested in sequels and remakes of Okami, Dead Rising, and more
Capcom has launched a new survey for fans, asking if they have an interest in potential sequels and remakes of some of its most beloved franchises.
As spotted by Nintendo Life, the publisher has launched the "Super Elections" survey on its official website, which includes ten questions about the company and its games.
Fans were immediately drawn to a question asking which of the 20 franchises on the list they would like to see another entry in. This included many of its biggest series, such as Street Fighter, Devil May Cry, and Resident Evil, as well as inactive IPs like Okami, Dino Crisis, and Ghost 'n' Goblins.
Another question then asks participants to select one of the nine listed games to be "completely remade," with updates to "character design and story direction." The most well-known titles on the list are the first three Mega Man and Ace Attorney games, but other unexpected franchises include Breath of Fire 1-3, Onimusha 1-3, and even the Japanese dating sim Nijiirocho no Kiseki.
Given the success of the company's multiple Resident Evil remakes, Capcom is likely to invest heavily in remaking existing titles in the future to revive some of its adored but forgotten IPs.
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