Capcom Survey Okami Dino Crisis Sequels

Capcom Survey Hints at Okami and Dino Crisis Sequels

A recent Capcom survey has hinted at the possibility of the developer pursuing sequels or spin-offs to IPs like Okami, Dino Crisis, Dead Rising and more. While surveys aren’t always the best way to judge whether or not a studio will actually move ahead with projects that show the most amount of interest from voters, at least we know that Capcom hasn’t completely abandoned some of its classic titles.

As reported by Nintendo Life, Capcom recently uploaded a massive survey called “Super Elections” on its website, allowing fans to vote on 10 different questions about the company’s past games. One notable question asks which games players would like to see sequels or spin-offs to, listing a variety of titles including Okami, Dino Crisis, Onimusha and even Lost Planet. To reiterate, this isn’t a confirmation that Capcom will actually create any of these games.

The question asking about the sequels or spin-offs lists the following titles:

  • Darkstalkers
  • Okami
  • Onimusha
  • Ace Attorney
  • Street Fighter
  • Sengoku Basara
  • Dino Crisis
  • Dead Rising
  • Devil May Cry
  • Dragon’s Dogma
  • Toraware No Paruma
  • Vs. Capcom
  • Resident Evil
  • Final Fight
  • Breath of Fire
  • Ghosts ‘n Goblins
  • Monster Hunter
  • Lost Planet
  • Mega Man
  • 1942

Another question interestingly asks what games fans want to see remade, listing Onimusha 1-3, Breath of Fire 1-3, Commando and others. Unfortunately, Dino Crisis wasn’t part of this discussion despite years of high fan demand for a remake of the beloved dinosaur survival horror game. It’s listed in the sequels/spin-offs question so if we ever do get a new Dino Crisis game, it will probably be a sequel and not a remake.

Back in 2022, Capcom revealed that it could potentially revive dormant IPs (like Dino Crisis) if the demand was high enough. We haven’t heard much about this since then as the company pushes ahead with upcoming games like Dragon’s Dogma 2 which releases this March, Monster Hunter Wilds, Pragmata and the unannounced Resident Evil 9.

Source: Nintendo Life

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