Capcom wants to release more remakes of old popular video games

Capcom wants to release more remakes of old popular video games

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As part of the presentation of its latest financial results, the Japanese publisher Capcom has announced its desire to publish more HD remakes of old popular video games of the company, like Resident Evil HD Remaster or DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition.

Many players complain that the current trend is to publish re-editions and other high-definition remakes of old games. On current home consoles, this trend is rather common and not always very relevant when it comes to already recent games such as Sleeping Dogs or Borderlands 2 / The Pre-Sequel.

Resident Evil HD Remaster - 19 "height =" 131 "width =" 233Anyway, the Japanese company Capcom intends to continue to enter this market which remains rather juicy.

As part of the latest financial results presentation, Capcom said it plans to use "Existing intellectual property for the sale of remastered HD versions of popular old video games".

This approach tends to register during this fiscal year, meaning that HD remakes will be marketed by the end of March 2016.

The firm has already started to work in this direction with the release of Resident Evil HD Remaster, as well as the forecast of DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition and a remake of Devil May Cry 4 for this summer. It remains to know the next titles planned for processing in high definition, to determine their relevance.