With regards to old-school 2D arcade contenders, few are more cherished than Marvel versus Capcom 2, and it appears to be there’s a possibility a new remaster of the game could occur. Computerized Eclipse is retro subject matter experts, having dealt with restorations of everything from Mega Man, to Street Fighter, to different exemplary Disney games, and in another GamerHubTV talk with studio head Mike Mika said fans have made it extremely clear they’d like them to zero in on Marvel versus Capcom 2 next (on account of Video Games Chronicle for the record).
I can’t peruse my public email or any of my Twitter DMs without filtering through many #FreeMvC2 messages from individuals. Which is astounding, however it resembles, good gracious. The response was unbelievable and I realize that both Disney and Capcom have seen that boisterous and clear, and we’ve started a few conversations on that this moment and we’re attempting to perceive how far we can go.
In any case, toward the day’s end, it’s truly not dependent upon us. Portions of that are possessed by two unique, truly huge substances that have a lot of motivations behind why they would need or not have any desire to do a portion of that, that we’re not aware of. So there’s nothing left but to simply put forth the most ideal defense, and attempt to make it simple for them, and check whether they’re intrigued.
I’m certain Capcom would be all around glad to allow Digital Eclipse to free on a remaster of Marvel versus Capcom 2, however Disney may be more enthusiastically to persuade. They’re extremely controlling with regards to how their Marvel properties are introduced – would they actually be OK with these takes from 20+ years prior? What do you think? Will Marvel versus Capcom 2 remaster occur? It’s as yet one of my record-breaking most loved warriors, so I’m crossing every one of my fingers.
Retro game experts Digital Eclipse has affirmed its hoping to enter conversations with Capcom and Disney about giving Marvel versus Capcom 2 the remaster treatment.
The top of the studio behind the Blizzard Arcade Collection and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection was addressing GamerHubTV (as spotted by Video Games Chronicle). Mike Mika expressed that the studio had as of late raised more than $10 million USD in a venture pitch, and asked financial backers which properties they’d prefer to see a return. As you can most likely construe, Marvel versus Capcom 2 was high on the rundown of solicitations.
Computerized Eclipse had recently chipped away at Marvel versus Capcom 2 in a previous life as Backbone Entertainment. They were liable for carrying the game to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 back in 2009. Oh, it was subsequently delisted in 2013 and hasn’t been accessible since.
In any case, Mika clarified any choice to remaster the game again will not decisively be in their grasp. “Portions of that are possessed by two unique, truly enormous substances that have a lot of motivations behind why they would need or not have any desire to do a portion of that, that we’re not conscious of. So nothing remains at this point but to simply present the most ideal defense, and attempt to make it simple for them, and check whether they’re intrigued”.