M-Two, the studio that helped develop the recent Resident Evil 3 Remake, are reportedly at work on a larger Capcom remake project, if only it was Dino Crisis, that would make me eternally happy, especially if it was made in the new RE engine. Please, Capcom, please…
M-Two is headed by Former Platinum CEO Tatsuya Minami, who has been a key figure in the RE3 remake, as revealed by the game’s credits. The name M-Two reportedly comes from the fact that Minami wanted to team up with Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami, thus creating two M’s. That hasn’t come to fruition, but that hasn’t stopped the new studio progressing.
After working on the remake, it looks like they’ll be the central studio on the next big Capcom remake, according to VGC. Minami was an Executive Produce on the Resident Evil 3 Remake, so it’s safe to say he’s got enough experience under his belt now to man his own remake team. I wonder what it could be though, I’m not sure the newer Resident Evil games need to be remastered after 3 – and apparently it’s not going to be Code Veronica.
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