Top Ten Capcom Game Series that Needed to Be RevivedCapcom has lot of game franchises, some becoming obscure as time passes by, but with the success of the HD compilations, it’s possible for Capcom to bring back some of their dormant series.
The Top Ten
Thanks to the success of the X Legacy Collection, it’s highly possible that Capcom may have the potential to bring back this series after its conclusion from X8, much like the original Mega Man with 9 and 10.
After so many compilations and re-releases, the series has yet to have a proper sequel since the third game. Hopefully, should Capcom reused the engine carried over from Street Fighter 5, it’ll help shed light to what a fully fleshed-out sequel would have been.
After the failure that was left from the third game, the series has become extinct for quite some time. Though, with the success of the Resident Evil 2 remake, it’s possible that Capcom may used the same engine to help revive this series one day.
An underrated gem that only saw 2 games for the Dreamcast and ported to the PSP. With how unique the game feels, it’s a shame that Capcom decided to bury this treasure and forgotten about it.
A funky beat ‘em up with lots of parodies and references to popular movies and tokusatsu. The series has seem to faze out after Red Hot Rumble and hasn’t seen action ever since. Let us hope that Capcom would reuse Mega Man 11’s engine to bring light to the series.
Capcom’s attempt to cash in on the success of Double Dragon. The series has only 3 games for the SNES, as well as a horrible pseudo-sequel for the PS2. If Double Dragon Neon is a thing, surely an HD sequel would’ve been possible.
A fighting game with customizable mechs and fast-paced action is surely a match made in heaven. Is truly an underrated gem under the rubble left behind by its fellow competitors.
The series mixes the hack ‘n slash genre with Resident Evil, becoming the seventh best-seller in Capcom’s library. With that said, the series hasn’t seen action since 2006’s Dawn of Dreams(excluding the browser game Soul from 2012).
Capcom’s equivalent of Konami’s Castlevania as being a notoriously difficult sidescroller set out to fight off some demons. The series was last seen on 2010 with Gold Knights II on the IOS.
Just when the long-awaited sequel was about to happen, Capcom decides to pull the plug after the departure of Inafune from the company. Now there’s no telling when Capcom would decide to give the series a proper conclusion anytime soon, only time will tell.
Legends 3 needs to happen
A remake of an underrated Mega Man spin off? Yes please
Give me Battle Network 7
There was a twist at the end of Advent