Why Nightmare Creatures nextgen needs to happencomment_here

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Nightmare Creatures was devloped by Kalisto Entertainment (and released back in 1997, September to PS1. The game was also released to PC and the N64). 

Nightmare Creatures (think H.P. Lovecraft's Re-animator) may be a really, really old game. In fact, it´s over 17 years old by now. But still, i´m not the only one that would love to see a Nextgen remake happen. Why? Because Nightmare Creatures are the perfect blend between fighting and horror.

And if you also add Frédéric Motte´s awesome music to the mix. Then you got a very, very awesome game indeed. Just imagine a Nightmare Creatures that runs on Unreal Engine 4 for ex (for PS4, Xbox One and PC). How freaking epic wouldn´t that be on a scale?

But here´s the thing. Kalisto Entertainment (the makers of Nightmare Creatures 1 and 2) became defunct back in 2002. And i don´t know who owns the rights (licens) to Nightmare Creatures. My guess would be Ubisoft or Activision.

But then again, maybe it´s possible to work something out with the help of either Kickstarter or Indiegogo? If that would be the case, then i would support the project from day 1!

/Robin E
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