Earlier today we had reported that Nintendo expressed their interest at creating newer and exciting titles for its Wii U console, as opposed to giving older titles, such as The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker, HD remakes. Interestingly enough it seems that SEGA feels differently and has expressed their interest at remaking some of their older titles, but only if their fans want it and make their voices heard. In an interview with Siliconera, SEGA’s CS Research and Development producer, Yosuke Okunari, spoke about the importance of a good remake of a classic title.
Speaking on the success of a remake of Virtua Fighter 2, “From that, I was able to understand what it takes to make such a faithful remake, and it’s something I’ve put a lot of importance in, since I’ve started working on the series. So, we developed the Space Harrier Complete Collection, an entire compilation of the series, to go with the various generations of our customers.” Okunari goes on to state that future remakes will be decided by fans who just need to make their voices heard. “For our next lineup, it will depend on all of your voices, so please continue to support us.” So gamers, what SEGA classics would you like to see remade with today’s technology?
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