Capcom's "sleepy" franchises may be back soon. According to the company, in its fiscal year 2019 report, the plan is "to revive dormant intellectual property (IP) that has not recently released new titles as the number of developers increases." This is accompanied by a "system that allows you to regularly release basic games".
Capcom's focus on maintaining older franchises may stem from the success of the "indispensable" May Cry 5 and Resident Evil 2. remake "Both Titles" were developed to precise worldwide quality standards that ensured Monster Hunter success. : The World. "
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The tax report mentions new games as well as remakes. It is worth noting that some of Capcom's "sleeping" series are "Dino Crisis", "Darkstalkers", "Okami" and "Visible oeo" – these two were originally developed by Clover Studios but still remain Capcom's PIs. “.
One of the most popular remakes for fans is the Dino Crisis. Capcom has already commented on the issue, saying the franchise could come back "if a lot of people want it."
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