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What is Bluepoint's Next Project? I Sure Hope it's the Mass Effect Trilogy

"Bluepoint’s next project is (once again) a remake that is larger in scope in comparison to the studio’s last title, Shadow of the Colossus on PlayStation 4." -- PlayStation Enthusiast

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TheColbertinator220d ago

At this point the trilogy remake is its greatest saving grace for the entire franchise

Septic220d ago

They should do Vagrant Story

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darthv72220d ago

I say Knights of the Old Republic 1 & 2

EeJLP-219d ago

Video guy cant finish a sentence without a jumpcut. Isn't Bluepoint 'remaking a PS classic'? So no, not Mass Effect. I'm hoping for MGS, especially if they're saying it's bigger than Shadow of the Colossus like the jumpcut man claims, but that's not Sony owned IP, which most of their projects have been. This far into the gen I'd rather wait for it to be even better early PS5, same with Resistance: Fall of Man.

EeJLP-219d ago

Another possibility is a God of War 1 remake. That's based on if they followed the trend of remaking a game they previously remastered. In terms of original sales, God of War is bigger than SotC (although SotC is more of a timeless classic). I doubt it though, because the franchise is moving in a different direction and this would be releasing after the new game. It would also be only 1/6th of the total experience, or 2/6 including the GOW3 remaster already on PS4.. Not likely the other 4 would make it on PS4 before PS5 came out. The first 6 should stick together like Halo collection. So I don't think it's God of War and I don't think any or many consider Ico to be bigger than SotC, so I want both of those too, but I'd rule them out as their current project if 'bigger than SotC' claim is true.

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kevnb220d ago (Edited 220d ago )

i think they can just do a quick port that will obviously run at a higher resolution and maybe even 60 fps, they can even call it a remaster if you will. That way they can bundle all three games for one price and people who missed it the first time can try it out.

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ziggurcat220d ago

No. They wouldn't be doing ME.

-Foxtrot220d ago

Hopefully not

We want older games which might have become irrelevant today and needs a remake as a reminder to how great the game was...thus giving it a new spark of life where sequels can be made

rainslacker220d ago

Ea could easily push out a remaster trilogy if they wanted to. None of the games feel dated. I doubt the cost to remaster the full series is worth it to them, when they could just do an easy cash in with a texture update.

zaherdab220d ago

their remakes have to have a solid base to start from ... they build on top of the original game having both engines running ... there are very few old games that have mechanics that can still hold up so if the game has become irrelevant its probably that its' gameplay doesnt hold up anymore not just the graphics

NecrumOddBoy220d ago

I want them to tackle a game worthy of a remake like SOTC. But almost every classic game on PlayStation 1 and Playstation 2 have been remade or remastered. There's no point in doing another Spiderman, Oddworld, Metal Gear Solid, or even a Square game. The original Tomb Raider has been remastered and so have countless others. Will Capcom allow them to do one of their franchises? Onimusha perhaps? Are we getting another Spyro? I'm curious to know what they're going to do.

I would like them or somebody to remaster Indigo Prophecy, or it would be cool if it was up rezzed as a pre-order bonus for Detroit

Araragifeels 220d ago

But many of those HAD Remake need to be Remake from scratch so I would like to see Jak & Daxter 1-3, Sly Cooper 1-3, God Of War 1-2, MGS 1-4 made from the ground up.

_-EDMIX-_220d ago

Yeah but in order for that to happen those companies have to even be interested in doing that in the first place