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Submitted by DPAD Dave 883d ago | news

Onimusha & Dino Crisis sequels unlikely, Capcom suggests

Capcom is unlikely to revive its Dino Crisis & Onimusha franchises, telling VideoGamer.com that it believes it is "more important to focus on creating new IP" than look back at its classics. (Capcom, Dino Crisis, Industry, Onimusha)

dirigiblebill  +   883d ago
No more Onimusha? Capcom is dead to me.
BlackIceJoe  +   883d ago
Well this really bites. I would have enjoyed a survival horror game with dinosaurs. Plus Onimusha is a great series & I want more of that plus Dino Crisis.

I find it weird Capcom says they prefer to work on new IPs over old. What would they call Resident Evil then? I believe it's an old IP. Another one would be Devil May Cry. Those both are old IPs. No one liked Resident Evil 6 & the new Devil May Cry.

People have been asking for these games for some time. So why not give people what they want instead of giving people stuff they said they did not want. Yet you gave it to them any way.

I think it would be great if Capcom worked with Platinum Games & let them work on a new Onimusha.

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