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Rumor: Onimusha 4 In The Works At Spark Unlimited

Posted on Tuesday, September 25 @ 14:49:06 PST by Alex_Osborn


Oh man, do I have some great memories attached to the Onimusha franchise. Slashing my way through the first three titles with my brother at my side was an epic experience some eight plus years ago. Fortunately for fans like myself, it looks like Capcom may be planning to release a new entry in the series if a recent report from PSM3 UK (via CVG) proves to be true, and they're looking to Spark Unlimited to make it happen.

Yes, Spark Unlimited. The same studio that brought us the lackluster title Legendary. The same studio that is currently working on Lost Planet 3. The same studio that is teaming up with Team Ninja to create Inafune's Ninja Gaiden Z. If you ask me, it seems they've already got quite a bit on their plate.

According to the rumor, Capcom is looking to Spark Unlimited to work on an "adventure series reboot", which the source believes is Onimusha 4. The last proper entry in the series was Dawn of Dreams which launched back on the PS2 in 2006, so a new title is certainly due.

Who would you like to see bring back the Onimusha franchise? Does it need to be revived at all? Give us your two cents in the comments below.
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