PSGamer: During Microsoft’s E3 2014 presentation, Phil Spencer and co announced something that blind sided us all – a re-make of Phantom Dust. The original Phantom Dust on the Xbox was released to favourable reviews that praised the games innovation and the game is considered the grand father of modern-day card capture games. It was a smart move to reinvigorate a fan favourite from Microsoft’s original games console for the modern-day gamer – but this got me thinking – Why haven’t Sony done the same?
As much as we love new IP’s, Sony have a plethora of franchises from their past that they have just left to rot in their back catalogue. The announcement of a now-gen version of Shadow of the Beast at E3 2013 was great and all, but it wasn’t the announcement most were all hoping for. Some of the forgotten franchises were in their prime when Sony decided enough was enough and put them on permanent hiatus and, with Sony in search of their next big system seller, it begs the question “is it time to dust them off for the PS4″?
We have scoured the dusty catacombs of the PS1, PS2 and early PS3 era’s to pull together this list of 10 forgotten IP’s that Sony still own that should be resurrected for the PS4.