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An interview with Famitsu Magazine has revealed that Sega’s future remakes of their classic titles will ultimately depend upon fan interest. Speaking to one of the company’s Research and Development Producers Yosuke Okunari, responsible for a number of classic remakes, the article discussed the company’s milestone of 30 years and previous successes with remakes.
From the PS2 to modern digital distribution methods, the company has been noted to make definite use of re-releasing older titles for a new generation. Much of the article in question covered this, referring to the Sega Ages 2500 series and even their recent Nintendo 3DS releases. Following discussions about Space Harrier’s adaptation, Okunari stated: “For our next line-up, it will depend on all of your voices, so please continue to support us.”