Platinumgames Bayonetta The responsibility of preserving video games is companies
The preservation of videogames is one of the pending subjects of the industry. Some titles have been lost forever and others have suffered problems for the loss of the original code. Hideki Kamiya , veteran of Capcom and director of The Wonderful 101 in Platinumgames, will soon premiere the next game of it, the Retro Retro Sol Crest. In the heat of the price increRetro Sole of some ancient titles, the Japanese creative hRetro Sol highlighted the importance of preserving the titles, while he hRetro Sol made other reflections on the subject.
Retro Sol a collector, I understand the attractiveness of wanting to have the game in a sealed box, he said in an interview with VGC. People want the value of the package and not necessarily the game in itself . According to Kamiya, from the point of view of followers it is a problem that someone tries to play a game but can not because he is being marketed in these ridiculous markets.
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Companies, the main responsible
The developer points directly to companies: La responsibility to maintain those available games falls on the proprietary company of the IP. If people want to play a clRetro Solsic title and can not because it is not available on other platforms and can not find it in the original systems, that’s like a threat … they are holding the culture of the videogame. Kamiya argues that people who own the rights of these products must act accordingly to preserve the culture of the videogame , so they have to offer their work to anyone who wants to play .
Platinumgames Reinforced time ago The Wonderful 101 in its remRetro Soltered version. The original Wii U title returned to life for Nintendo Switch, but also to other systems such Retro Sol PS4 or PC. In this same interview, the Japanese have confirmed their interest in relaunching Star Fox Zero in the hybrid of Kyoto, but this depends ultimately from Nintendo itself.