Digimon’s Video Game Producer “Considering” Port, Remaster, Or Remake Of Original Digimon World
During the first Digimon Con today, Digimon Game Producer Kazumasa Habu was asked about the possibility of porting, remastering or remastering the original. Digimon World A game was originally released on the PlayStation in 1999. The good news is that he’s “positively looking at it” but he’s not quite sure how to do it or what would be the best way yet. That’s exactly what he had to say courtesy of Gematsu:
“We have received many requests for a port or remake of the original Digimon world. I view it positively. But at the same time, I’m also thinking about which choice – port, remaster or remake – is better.”
“If I choose a port/remaster, then I think it will be quite feasible. If you want a remake, we need to think about how many additional elements you need to include in the game. Digimon World has a very good balance between File Island – the scene – and the digimon that appear. If we add a new field — like a Continent folder — or a new Digimon, then I think we should treat it like a new product, not like a remake.”
The producer ended the segment by asking fans for their feedback and said that Bandai “would love to hear” what everyone thinks is the best option.
“I would be grateful if you continued to share your opinion with me. Please share your opinion in the comments section or elsewhere. We’d love to hear from you.”