March 26, 2019 read, explore

Potential Onimusha Game Gets Trademarked

Players haven’t heard anything about Onimusha since a browser game in 2012, Onimusha Soul. It was ported to PS3 just two years later. Before that, it was Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams, in 2006.

There might be more Onimusha to be had though. Recently, Capcom registered a new trademark for Onimusha. It could be a brand new addition to the series, or it very well could be a remaster, but no one knows any details thus far.

This is just one trademark out of all the new ones from Japanese publishers that have been registered recently. Kadokawa Games has trademarked “Novel 0,” Sega has trademarked “Nurikeshi,” and Konami has trademarked “Duel Links.” Whatever the case is with Capcom, signs point to a pretty exciting upcoming year.

Just in case you need a refresher course on the last console game, or something to bring new players into the series, here’s the intro to Dawn of Dreams. It’s been said to be a fantastic opening, which it is, but does it compare to the Onimusha 3: Demon Seige intro? It’s a matter of debate, really.

What do you think of a potential Onimusha game? Do you think the series can be revived, or is it too late? More so, do we like Demon Seige, or the Dawn of Dreams opening more? Let us know in the comments below!

Related Posts

Why can’t EA just make a good Star Wars game?

Star Wars is one of those universes that, in my mind, is hard to screw up. But when it comes...

What Impact Will Brexit Have On The Gaming Industry?

A lot changed after the British public voted to leave the European Union on June 23. The value of the...

We’ve Created Class Divides In Gaming

Upper, middle, and lower class. These are the terms with which we define society both in modern times and when...

GDC Indie Spotlight

GDC 2016 had so much to cover, it’s stretched this long. We did, however, save the best for last here...

GDC: In Retrospect

Going into GDC 2016, we had a lot of expectations. The Game Developer’s Conference is obviously a work conference, aiming...

GDC: Going Dutch

GDC 2016 was filled with events to attend, if you knew just where to look, whether it was invitations in...

GDC Highlights: 30 Years In Games

Attending the “30 Years of Making Games” session, we immediately felt what we wanted to desperately feel: nostalgia. Sitting in...

GDC Highlights: The Truth About VR

Going to GDC, we knew VR would be a major talk point this year. The areas of coverage focusing on...

GDC Updates

Oatboat has hand-selected the indie devs we will be spotlighting! If you’ve heard from us, and we’ve scheduled a meeting,...

GDC Interviews With Oatboat

Upon the announcement that we will be covering GDC, Oatboat has received many, many emails regarding indie games asking for an...

Polls And Their Help In Development

Recently, Mark Darrah, the executive producer on Dragon Age, took to Twitter to create a poll. He asked players if...

The Government’s Fight With Apple Is A Bigger Deal Than You Think

Apple is being ordered by the U.S. government to unlock one of the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone. The company is...

Why Autonomous Vehicles Are Necessary

When the automobile originally came into production, there was a lot of pushback. “Who needs a car?” people questioned. “A...

Announcement: Oatboat To Attend GDC Next Month

That’s right, readers, Oatboat will be attending this year’s Game Developer’s Conference (GDC)! What Will Be Covered Yours truly will...

Captain Phasma Will Be In The Next Star Wars

Actress Gwendoline Christie, who’s known for as Brienne of Tarth in HBO’s Game of Thrones, has confirmed that she will be in the...

Comments
  • Yeah games like Nioh, Dark Souls and Blood Born are amazing. Thinking there could be more games, with the difficulty and environment like those is exciting. A new take on the game type, with attention to detail, like they’ve never done before will be well received!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *