It does seem pretty odd that both Killzone and Resistance remain dormant, PlayStation hasn't had a FPS exclusive since 2013.Killzone.
I was hyped when the first one came out on PS2 & loved it even though it definitely wasn't the "halo-killer" it was marketed as & was only average at best.
Killzone 2 genuinely was a great game imo.
Killzone Liberation on PSP was surprisingly good.
Killzone 3 was pretty good.
I even fucking liked Shadow Fall even though that was extremely average.
Never played the PS Vita Killzone.
Fuck I miss that series. There are rumours that there might be a Killzone on PS5 but that seems unlikely given Guerilla Games success with Horizon Zero Dawn.
I'll be waiting for the sequel to Eternal Darkness until I die.
I really like Yggdra Union and I'm still sad it's sequel Blaze Union is Japan only. I think if it had more marketing/exposure the Disgaea audience probably would have liked it.The Dept. Heaven series of games are a bunch of JRPGs developed by a company called Sting with little connection to each other, with overcomplicated but super fun and rewarding gameplay, great music and memorable plots. The series isn't completely death since this year they just released a japanese exclusive port for the switch of the 2nd game in the series: Yggdra union, but they haven't released a new game in the series outside of japan since 2012. This is also incredibly frustrating since said last game: Gungnir, for the PSP, ended with a fuck ton of cliffhangers, so i still hold out to the chance that either they make a completely new game, or at least a sequel to Gungnir.
I also wish for the day Intelligent Systems stops neglecting Advance Wars, but that's probably a wish for the monkey paw.
Rumour has it that Konami might actually let Del Toro and Kojima go ahead with Silent HillsSilent Hill, Castlevania, and Suikoden. Konami used to be my favorite company.
Capcom shit the bed on that one. However, Mega Man 11 was a surprise - not just because it actually came out, but it was a great new direction for the main series. I hated that 9 and 10 took out the slide and charge shot of no explainable reason. Not only did the bosses have great designs, but having Mega take on physicals aspects of them along with their powers was a fantastic idea.It's been years since, but part of me is still mourning the loss of Megaman Legends 3. I was a fan of the Megaman franchise since I was a young lad, and Megaman Legends was my favorite spin off growing up. I can't quite forgive Capcom for cancelling it, especially since the possibility of a new Legends game was the practically the main basis for me buying a 3DS.
Horizon Zero dawn sold more copies in a single release than killzone did for the entire franchise, and both games were made by the same development team.Was literally going to enter this thread just to say Killzone and Resistance. Sad that PS4 just became the third person whatever console. Everything looks the fucking same.
It's rumored to be the next to get a reboot. Medieval Remastered didn't pull crash bandicoot or Spyro numbers so I dunno if that put a damper on it. They would have to redo the whole control scheme since analog sticks are common place that many of the device setups make no sense anymore.Ape Escape
Level 5 hasn't be able to make a solid game in years. They start strong but they always fall flat on their face midway through even Ni no Kuni 2 had this problem. not only that they decided to make the town building be smartphone grade mobile bullshit for no reason at all. There's no point in waiting 6 hours to have a town building be built in a turn based RPG.The Dark Cloud series. Dammit Sony, let Level 5 make a third one, the first game was amazing for a 2001 PS2 game.