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Capcom Is Holding A “Super Election” To Find Out What Sequels And Remakes Fans Want Next

Get out there and vote!

Capcom is once again asking fans what they’d like to see from the future of the company and its rich stable of existing IPs, and this time it’s doing it in the form of a “Super Election,” or basically a dressed-up survey.

The survey starts by asking users fun things like what their job would be if they were a member of Capcom Town and what special move they dream of having, before moving on to the voting process proper where you’re able to tell the company about your favourite Capcom games and characters, what you like about Capcom (insecure much?) and most importantly what games you’d like to see sequels/remakes/reboots for.

Some of the choices include series’ like Dino Crisis, Okami, Onimusha and probably some others that aren’t those three and therefore not worth voting for… And at the end of it all you’ll get emailed a cute wallpaper card based on those initial couple of personal answers.

You can find the Super Elections page and get your own votes in right here.

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Capcom’s next big release is Dragon’s Dogma 2, which launches on March 22nd for PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC, and like its predecessor will be a single player, narrative driven action-RPG that challenges the players to choose their own experience – from the appearance of their Arisen, their vocation, their party, how to approach different situations and more.

On their journey, players will be joined by “pawns” that are designed to feel unique and responsive in a way that attempts to mimic the camaraderie of having real players along for the adventure.

The game will be available in both a Standard and a Deluxe edition digitally, as well as a standard physical edition. You can find out more and get a digital pre-order in via the official website here, or pre-order the physical copy on Amazon at a discounted price of $99 here.