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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 580d ago | news

Rare: we've got ideas for Kinect in Perfect Dark, Banjo, Viva Pinata

OXM:Rare has plenty of ideas about how to get its classic game brands on Xbox One, the studio's Simon Woodroffe told us at Gamescom, and it's likely that the studio will start work on multiple new titles once it releases Kinect Sports Rivals early next year. (Banjo-Kazooie, Perfect Dark, Viva Pinata, Xbox One)

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green  +   580d ago
Since KI is now back, i hope they bring back Jet Force Gemini and Perfect Dark. Also Conker would be great.
2cents  +   580d ago
Oh my god,

Jet force Gemini! I totally forgot about that game, it was Kewl!

Let's hope Rare are allowed to be themselves a little more this gen instead of being Microsoft games studios in every sense but name.

Conker Conker Conker!!!
Fyflin  +   580d ago
Don't forget Blast Corps! That could have some incredible online modes!
walkincarpet  +   580d ago
yup Blast Corps would rock as would all the games that everyone tends to bring up. Actually Rare is sitting on a treasure trove of IPs so it's disappointing to see them designated for Kinect based games that ignore their rich heritage. I would love to see a star fox type of game... they could put conker behind the wheel since Nintendo owns the fox.
coolbeans  +   580d ago
"i hope they bring back Jet Force Gemini"

YES!
yankolo  +   580d ago
Batletoads guys plssssss
True_Samurai  +   580d ago
Ever go in GameStop and ask for that game? Funny as hell
CalamityCB  +   580d ago
Heck I'd be fine with Rare making a game with their past franchises, as long as they don't make it a full Kinect game and focus more on the controller side (but still having the Kinect involved) I'd be completely fine.

Here's how Rare should operate when making games:
They should make a full kinect game then after finishing that they should make a normal classic Rare game, then after that they should make a Kinect game.... and so on and forth.
That way they are getting the perfect balance of games and are appealing to all fans.
kewlkat007  +   580d ago
looking forward....
No_Limit  +   580d ago
Phil Harrison said in one of his interviews at Gamscom that remakes of classic IPs are in the work and Rare has multiple teams and been hiring like crazy since lat summer. This is great news if a new Banjo is in the work.
CalamityCB  +   580d ago
Can you provided an link please to the interview?
If so that would be great.
from the beach  +   580d ago
Viva Pinata on Kinect, DO IT!!
Eldyraen  +   580d ago
That's one of the few games that really would suit Kinect great and possibly make it an even better experience.
from the beach  +   580d ago
Definitely think so.. it could work a bit like Project Spark's landscaping..
BlackIceJoe  +   580d ago
Viva Piñata would be perfect for Kinect. I would love to see Rare revive Wizards & Warriors some day too.

I also would love to see a new Perfect Dark. It would be really nice to see what could be made for the cyberpunk world these days.

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