Retro professional developer Digital Eclipse really wants to remake Marvel vs Capcom 2 – The studio has clearly expressed its intentions to both parties Capcom with Disney.
In the interview GamerHubTV (pass through VGC), Mike Mika, head of Digial Eclipose studio, revealed that the developer has been in contact with the two companies about the potential reimagining of the game.
Digital Eclipse is responsible for the Disney Afternoon Series and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Series, so the studio has a good track record of working with the two companies, where they obtained retro-inspired collaboration projects.
The Xbox 360 and PS3 ports of Marvel vs Capcom 2 that landed in 2009 came from Digital Eclipse (called Backbone Entertainment at the time), before the game was delisted from the digital store when the contract between Capcom and Marvel ended.
“In some ways, because we were the last to touch that game, we felt a bit like divorced kids,” Mika said in the interview.
“I don’t know anything about Capcom and Disney. I know them well and it’s great to work with them.”
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“I don’t know what I am doing,” he said. “I can’t even read my public emails or any of my Twitter DMs without having to sift through hundreds of #FreeMvC2 messages from people. It’s amazing, but it’s like, my goodness.
“The response is incredible. I know that both Disney and Capcom see this clearly. We have started some discussions on this now and we are trying to see how far we can go.”