Rare's Craig Duncan: Franchise revivals would require 'new gameplay innovation' first

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In a recent interview, Rare studio boss Craig Duncan discussed the legendary developer’s history, and more specifically, its library of classic IP.

Rare, owned by Microsoft, has overseen some of the industry’s most noteworthy franchises, from Banjo-Kazooie to Perfect Dark. The studio is currently working on Sea of Thieves, which is a connected-world adventure game full of pirates, swashbuckling, and some of the most gorgeous ocean physics ever seen.

While Sea of Thieves looks very promising, many Rare fans would like to see the studio revisit some of those classic franchises. IP such as Battletoads, Viva Piñata, and Kameo would be prime candidates for a modern refresh, but Duncan says that innovation must come first.

Source: Windows

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