Capcom Asks Players If They Want Sequels to Okami, Dead Rising, Mega Man, and More

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Feb 6, 2024 5:35 pm


Feb 6, 2024 5:27 pm

Capcom has officially floated the idea of sequels to Okami, Dead Rising, Mega Man, and other beloved franchises in a fan survey.

As reported by Nintendo Life, players can now vote in “Super Elections” on the Capcom website: a series of 10 questions surrounding myriad topics and game franchises.

One of the more interesting questions saw Capcom ask players which series they’d most like to see a sequel or spin-off to, with answers such as Dino Crisis, Okami, Onimusha, Dead Rising, Darkstalkers, Breath of Fire, Mega Man, Ghosts ‘n Goblins, and more, though it did include some ongoing franchises like Resident Evil and Monster Hunter too.

Beyond just a sequel or spin-off, Capcom is also considering which franchises are worth remaking completely, perhaps following the incredible success of the Resident Evil remakes. It again asked fans what they’d like to see, floating the likes of Mega Man, Onimusha, Commando, Rival Schools, Final Fight, Ace Attorney, and more.

These surveys aren’t especially unusual, with companies regularly using them to test the interest in various franchises. Embracer Group did the same with Legacy of Kain in late 2022, for example, asking fans if they’d be interested in a remake, remaster, or sequel.

It received over 100,000 responses to that survey though hasn’t said anything since, so even if fan interest in one of these Capcom franchises was especially high, it would likely be years before an official announcement was made.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelance reporter. He’ll talk about The Witcher all day.

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