In the gaming industry it is not uncommon for several brands, even if they have fallen into oblivion, to be suddenly renewed after years. This is precisely the case with Blast Corps e long live pinatatwo ip of Rare of which Microsoft has renewed the trademarks in the last few days.
The renewal of trademarks is a rather common practice and generally has the sole task of keeping the company a substantial stock of titles but every time something like this happens, especially to older games like these, it always leaves free rein to the imagination of the most fans. avid fans who dream of a possible return of the titles in question.
On the occasion of a reappearance of the two IPs, however, it is worth taking a little trip into the past and remembering what the two titles of the Redmond house were about.
Blast Corps: is a game released in 1997 for Nintendo 64 and now replayable in the collection Rare Replay (recently enriched with two new titles) by Xbox One. The player’s goal will be to cross a predetermined path on various types of vehicles, which, with their different characteristics, will help the protagonist to clear the road from various obstacles.
long live pinata: is a simulator released in 2006 for Xbox 360. In the game it will be necessary to take care of a garden, cultivating plants in order to attract gray piñatas which, once domesticated, will regain their colors and will be able to mate with their peers, giving life to a real breeding.
However, Blast Corps and Viva Piñata aren’t the only titles that we could see reappearing soon on our consoles. Indeed, the republication of Custom Robo 1 e 2for now in Japanese exclusive, and there are also rumors of the possible reappearance of GoldenEye 007.
After seeing Banjo-Kazooie return to the expansion packs of the online service of Switch We just have to hope for the re-release of numerous old glories so that the most avid fans can take a dip in their memories and new gamers rediscover titles that have now fallen into oblivion.
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