We’ve seen our fair share of remastered classics over the past few years, alongside lesser known games publishers are keen to parade a second time around. According to the Taiwan Game Software Rating Information board, three Activision titles could be making the leap from last-gen to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
These include Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2, and Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. All three have been rated for both PS4 and Xbox One and would make for some welcome additions to the growing list of remasters.
Although Transformers games have been a little inconsistent of late, War for Cybertron and its 2012 sequel signalled a fantastic turnaround for the series under developer High Moon Studios.
Meanwhile, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance picked up the torch following the success of Activision’s X-Men: Legends. Along with its Civil War inspired sequel, the two games mimic Diablo and other popular dungeon crawlers, albeit with the superhero twist.
The titles of the games is rather interesting, Marvel are now becoming a force in the games world so probably won’t be licensing anything out, and at a recent J. P. Morgan Conference Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner referred to Activision in the past tense, saying Transformer video games were “historically produced by Activision.”
Perhaps Activision are in a Tony Hawks situation where there licenses are about to run out, so are squeezing the last few drops of cash from them.