Fans do not lose hope with the dinosaur horror saga.
In recent years, it has been seen how some video game companies are drifting, without apparently having a very clear what should they dobeing so that this is being seen in Square Enix, which not only does not finish hitting the key with many of its titles, but even in the financial reports it is mentioned that the performance of its titles could have been better.
However, on the opposite side of the scale we find Capcom, this being a company that in the 7th generation (Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360) was by far one of the most criticized and singled out for its abusive practices. And despite everything, Capcom is one of the best video game companies todayboth in dealing with its users and in the economic field.
Capcom could bring back old IPs
Given this, it must be said that the Japanese company does not look like it is going to cease its growth in the short term, thus giving rise to a recent question and answer meeting with the shareholders discussing revive some of their video game franchises They have been inactive for years.
It should be noted that, although it is true that the company is known for Resident Evil, Monster Hunter and Street Fighter (among others), there are many licenses that have been paralyzed for years, such as Lost Planet, Okami, Dino Crisis, Viewtiful Joe, among many others waiting to return in a big way. In fact Mega Man does not enter the list because his eleventh installment came out a few years agobut it almost should go in too.
In any case, far from making a selection of the IPs that will return arbitrarily, those responsible for Capcom’s directive have mentioned that are taking into account the demand and the market to decide which sagas to bring once again, which has caused many to point to Dino Crisis as a possible candidate.
This is something that only time will tell if it is fulfilled or not, but we will be waiting for what the Japanese company can offer in the coming months, since the only sure thing is that Street Fighter VI, Pragmata and the Monster Hunter Rise expansion These are the next projects that the company will offer to players.
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