Capcom wary of making another 2D HD Remix

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Posted 9:52am on Fri 6 January 2012
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Capcom wary of making another 2D HD Remix
Capcom is wary of developing another HD Remix of its 2D fighting games, due to the cost and difficult nature of working on such projects.

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Posted 9:52am on Fri 6 January 2012
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Capcom is wary of developing another HD Remix of its 2D fighting games, due to the cost and difficult nature of working on such projects.

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Street Fighter Alpha 3 (with the world tour mode intact). That is all.
Posted 12:58pm on Fri 6 January 2012
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It'll be Darkstalkers 3 or nothing imo. Wouldnt waste my time on anything else. Chances are they'll update Darkstalkers like they did SF4 though, 3D graphics on a 2D plane.
Posted 1:18pm on Fri 6 January 2012
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^ Agree with Darkstalkers, absolutely. There's a huge desire in the fanbase, but Capcom being Capcom tend to care not for such trivialities as appeasing their fanbase... aside from re-releasing the same title at least 3 times...
Posted 2:10pm on Fri 6 January 2012
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What else would they do though? Rival Schools? Plasma Sword or Star Gladiator? Powerstone? Pocketfighter!? lol.

I suppose they could update the X-Men games or, the EX streetfighter games, but I think as far as Streetfighter goes there's no point updating any more of the old ones. They've about capture everything that was good in the old games already.
Posted 2:44pm on Fri 6 January 2012
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What else would they do though? Rival Schools? Plasma Sword or Star Gladiator? Powerstone? Pocketfighter!? lol.

I suppose they could update the X-Men games or, the EX streetfighter games, but I think as far as Streetfighter goes there's no point updating any more of the old ones. They've about capture everything that was good in the old games already.

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Rival Schools was pretty damn fun - back in the day...
Posted 4:01pm on Fri 6 January 2012
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Erm... Forget HD remixes and focus on new games and current franchises. Say... Dead Rising 3 to be announced? Wink
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