Thhere are plenty of good reasons to reboot a video game franchise. It might be beloved classic that hasn’t seen attention in years and could bring nostalgia to an old generation while reintroducing it to a brand new audience. It could be a contemporary series that has started to feel stagnant and is in need of fresh concepts and ideas to reinvigorate the fun. Whatever the reason, reboots happen all the time, especially in a market with such an extensive and constantly growing back catalog of ideas to go back to and re-explore. Developers and producers are always looking to net a profit and they know that going after an IP that already has a fanbase can be a lucrative endeavor.