Capcom Wants Your Game Archive Suggestions
What PlayStation classics do you want on PSN? Let Capcom know!
Capcom was one of the PlayStation's primary supporters, but it only has a fraction of its 32-bit classics available for download through PSN's Game Archives service.
That may be changing soon. Earlier today, Capcom posted a Tweet to its "capcom_retro" Twitter feed, asking players to Tweet the name of the PlayStation titles they most want to see on PSN. The result of this campaign will be taken into consideration for future releases.
Capcom's current PSN lineup includes: Resident Evil Directors Cut, Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3 Last Escape, Dino Crisis, Mega Man, Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3 and Fushigi Deka.
There are at least 40 games that have not seen release, including Breath of Fire IV and Pocket Fighter. Japanese readers can see a full list here:
Capcom will be taking names through January 19 at 16:59:59. To suggest a game, follow @capcom_retro and send out a Tweet with the game's name and hash tag #cpga2011.