An article published today by TechRadar magazine has highlighted a range of anime titles which, while still technically in the medium of “game development”, could be used to create some really cool games.
The article, entitled “10 games that will be the future of video games” looks at the work of various developers in the industry over the last 10 years, and outlines some of the projects which have made their way into the mainstream.
While some of these titles have already been released, many have never made it past the initial stages of development, meaning the future prospects of them are uncertain.
The articles article lists off titles such as Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, the original Street Fighter, Tekken and Street Fighter II, as well as the new Pokémon games.
However, while the list is quite extensive, it does highlight a number of games that were never released as games.
Some titles that didn’t make the cut include Dragon Ball: The Legacy of Goku and Dragon Ball Xenoverse, which is due for release in 2020.
Other titles included include the first two Super Smash Bros games, Pokémon Battle Revolution and Pokémon Rumble Monsters, and Super Smash Brothers Melee and Super Street Fighter IV.
The list also includes some of those games which have been used by other developers in other forms, such as the original Resident Evil, and its sequel, The Umbrella Chronicles.
This article was originally published by Techradar magazine and was reproduced with permission.