Posted on Thursday, September 27th, 2012 at 12:00 PM by Guest
A recent rumor was leaked that suggests that Onimusha 4 is currently under development. In most recent issue of PSM, it was reported that Capcom approached Spark Unlimited about working on an ”adventure series reboot.” It is expect that the reboot is the new Onimusha title.
The hack and slash series originated on the Playstation 2 back in 2001. The series lasted five years, with the last installment, Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams, releasing in 2006.
Despite the reputation Spark Unlimited created for themselves developing lack luster titles such as Turning Point: Fall of Liberty and Legendary, the studio is making strides to return from its trip down the walk of shame. The studio, currently, is developing Lost Planet 3 for Capcom; the studio is also combining forces with Keiji Inafune’s Comcept studio for the recently accounted Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z.
You can read about Inafune’s new project which was covered earlier this month.
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