Xenosaga collection “progressed to the remasters plan, but failed in a profitable market analysis”

Katsuhiro Harada confirms a collection is not in the works.


Bandai Namco original IP game projects general manager Katsuhiro Harada has confirmed that a Xenosaga remaster was considered, but shot down by the company.

“[A Xenosaga collection] actually progressed to the remasters plan, but failed in a profitable market analysis,” Harada said in a tweet. “Sorry guys, This plan will be difficult to resurface…”

Xenosaga Episode I first launched for PlayStation 2 in February 2002, followed by Xenosaga Episode II in June 2004 and Xenosaga Episode III in July 2006.

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