MediEvil 2 really needs to be remaked, we just need to hope first one is going to sell well!
I do not know, really. MediEvil 1 had a specific mood, and MediEvil 2 had another one, very different one from the other. If the developers managed to recreate the mood of MediEvil 1 for its remaster, then it could be interesting to see what they would do with MediEvil 2 mood. In any case, it is very early to decide, at least for me.
By the way, here I say it and here I deny it: if the guy behind the MediEvil 2 fan remake whose this thread is about needs an animator... I am the guy who animated Dead Man Dan.
Post by Garden Variety Zombie on Nov 20, 2018 10:23:01 GMT
Make the original Medievil 2 a digital download or something, it would make them money plus serve as a sort of promo item of 'imagine this remade like what we did with the first one'.
I'm not sure most modern gamers are clamouring for a remake of Medievil 2, not because of the game quality but simply because they have no way of playing the original. I admit that could just me my own issue, but I'm honestly not sure I would be interested in a remake of a game that I never played to begin with (unless it was the original game just released on a modern generation console).
I'm honestly not sure I would be interested in a remake of a game that I never played to begin with (unless it was the original game just released on a modern generation console).
I agree with that. Actually, the whole remaster/remake/rebooth trend exists because the older generations of gamers grew up and kept playing, becoming an important target for the major publishers. Games like Crash and Spyro may appeal in their remade version to current generation gamers (the kids of todays) because of their cartoonish and colourful look, but the entire promotional campaign and the main purpose were to "bring back some legendary game from the past", and this is appealing directly to older gamers. In fact, the MediEvil Remake looks quite close to Crash and Spyro Remakes on the artistic side, because (I think) they are trying to appeal to a younger target (and MediEvil is not colourful and happy like Crash or Spyro) while keeping the older target engaged. This said, MediEvil 1 itself, despite being available on the PS Store, was almost a niche game if compared to other classics.