Believe it or not, but it’s now been 20 years since Sega’s JRPG Skies of Arcadia was released on the Dreamcast. It was followed up by the GameCube version Skies of Arcadia Legends in 2002.
Kenji Hiruta – considered to be one of the «main devs» on the original release – took this opportunity to inform fans that it depends on Sega (not himself) if they want an «HD remaster or sequel» as he’s no longer working on «SoA related» games.
Interestingly, though, he is working on «something» related to Skies of Arcadia…it’s just not a game.
At the start of this year, Hiruta said would «really» like to develop a sequel to Skies of Arcade and told fans he would forward all the positive feedback about the game directly to Sega, to let it know how passionate fans still are about this series.