The writer’s success with the Resident Evil 2 remake and Satan Might Cry 5 appears to have opened the door to extra revivals of basic Capcom franchises, however it wasn’t that way back that one other beloved sequence was poised to make a comeback – albeit with a visitor character spot for Morrigan in Tekken 7 moderately than a complete new sport.
“Again in 2017 she was a main candidate for us to need to herald as a visitor,” Tekken director Katsuhiro Harada says on Twitter (translated by EventHubs). “And we have been extraordinarily near contacting Ono over at Capcom for official permission. We had full confidence in having the ability to do her modeling and animations and having it do justice to the supply materials, however as for her gameplay it felt like making it really feel the best way it ought to for her would take a variety of time so we ended up abandoning it.”
Tekken 7 already featured Akuma, a visitor from Capcom’s Road Fighter sequence, by the point it left arcades for console and PC in 2017. DLC introduced in additional visitor stars, starting from SNK fighter Geese Howard to the likes of Strolling Lifeless’s Negan and Remaining Fantasy XV’s Noctis.
But Darkstalkers followers must wait yet one more day to see Morrigan in motion for additional fighting games. (The much less mentioned about Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, the higher.)
Look, Capcom, in the event you’re studying this… My coronary heart’s want lies with a Dino Crisis remake, however simply take a look at the web – it’s 2020, and the world has by no means been hungrier for anime succubi. The time for Morrigan and the remainder of the Darkstalkers crew is definitely now.