Want More Resident Evil Remakes? Tell Capcom Which Ones in Official Survey

In a new survey about the franchise as a whole, one of the last questions brings up remakes: "Let us know if there are any other Resident Evil games you want remade," it says. A text box below allows you to enter whichever Resi titles you'd like to see be brought back.

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-Foxtrot118d ago

Don’t forget to say Dino Crises in the end so they actually get the hint

Exvalos117d ago

How dare they tease us with exoprimal

Venoxn4g117d ago

Unfortunately I did survey before I saw your comment about Dino Crisis, too late I guess

just_looken116d ago

with all the female first or said video game needs lead female character you think it would be a no brainier.

just redo dino crisis 2 bad gameplay there

Venoxn4g117d ago

Just did the survey, mentioned to them: Code Veronica, RE1 (more modern than remake we have) and Resident Evil 3 (with cut content inside)

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ocelot07117d ago

I just filled it in. Deep down I'm pretty sure it's not going to make any difference.

But damn it I want even just a resident evil outbreak 1 and 2 remaster complete with the online co op. Capcoms best attempt at resident evil co op and it was way back on the PS2.

It's so good I still hop on the modded servers at time on my PS2 just to play it.

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Sega has cancelled Hyenas ‘and some unannounced games in development’

The move was made “in response to the lower profitability of the European region”

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isarai6h ago

Honestly smart move, there's enough pvp, operator/hero based pvp GAAS games with this same generic style out and upcoming.

Vits6h ago(Edited 6h ago)

That is really sad. Not only cancelling Hyenas, but the other unannounced game and cutting funds yet again for Creative Assembly. This would be the first time in a decade that Sega let those guys do something other than the Total War series and the last time this happened, Creative Assembly delivered one of the best horror experiences out there in the form of ALIEN: ISOLATION.

I get that profitability is low. But maybe it's because Creative Assembly has been stuck putting out yearly releases of the Total War series. Those games are great, don't get me wrong but the market is extremely saturated with them and they are limited in public as they are only available on PC and PC players are know for making their favourite titles last a long time. To the point that people are still playing Total War Shogun 2 from 2011 at reasonable numbers...

So I feel this is a very bad move. It basically boxes the studio in a situation where they are unlikely to improve their profitability. Now not only they will go back to the same yearly franchise, but they will have to do that with a lower budget and likely team as well.

TheColbertinator2h ago

The problem with Total War is that they (CA) themselves saturate the series to death. Out of the last 5 Total War games I felt only Three Kingdoms was presenting new bold ideas. Troy, Britannia, Rome Remastered and Warhammer 3 all felt sloppy or lazy.

Vits1h ago

That is the issue with yearly releases. There is no way a company could manage that and create original and innovative content for each entry. It's a pretty much mutually exclusive situation. And why this cancellations and cuts just sucks. Now TW is literally everything this studio has but with less budget and likely fewer people to work on each entry.

So if you thought their last releases were sloppy or lazy. I would expect that to get even worse and then I would be surprised if Sega closes them, just like they did Creative Assembly Australia before.

purple1015h ago

Can't understand how it would save them money.

If the game was basically finished then surely release it and get a little cash. Surely the money has been spent already and now the easy bit is to release it. ?

Terry_B5h ago

It was supposed to be an online only game that gets updates for years. These would have cost em more than the development so far probably if the game bombs

Terry_B5h ago

They could have canceled it months ago already after seeing the reaction to the trailer(s). Nobody was caring or hyped about this.