Enyx Square recently filed for a trademark for Parasite Eve in Europe, suggesting that the classic RPG action franchise can be restored.
In order for the trademark to be filed, Square Enix must show that it intends to use the trademark, so we need to see something Parasite Eve related in the future. What, however, will we see from him, who knows.
For those who do not know: Parasite Eve is a series that debuted in 1998 through Square Enix and through the original PlayStation. A sequel to the novel by the same name written by Hideaki Sena creates two follow-up actions.
Parasite Eve was undoubtedly the first mature rated game for the company and the first major American and Japanese joint game development for the company.
The series began just during the resurgence of the Japanese horror, which was partly caused by the above-mentioned book. In addition to the adaptation of the game there was a film adaptation and two manga comics.
Continue, Parasait Eva II followed one year later in 1999 on the same platform. Then in 2010, the third game in the series called The third birthday, released via PSP. Since 2010, however, the series has been latent, but this new brand suggests that it will soon change.
Parasite Eve is far from Enix's largest IP square, but has a pretty cult reporter who, as you would expect, is quite excited about the prospect of returning. And of course, fans also have their own theories about what this brand might mean.
In the worst case, Europe can finally get a port of the parasitic era, at best it could be either a "rhythm from scratch", a serial restart, or a sequel. Anyway, this is potentially incredible news
– Mr Squeebert Prey for a new parasitic night game (@Mr_Squeebert) November 24, 2018
Will it be great to see another game of parasitic dinner … I wonder if this would be a game of PE 3 or a sequel to the 3 rd birthday? Either way, Aya at age 46 will still look perfect. pic.twitter.com/4W5QRk2YyH
– Natural Flirting Gamer (@NFlirtGamer) November 24, 2018
If this is a PS4 remaster like FF 7 and 9, this will explain why we do not get Parasite Eve on Playstation Classic like Japan.
– リ カ ー ド (@Tamer_Rick) November 24, 2018
Really excited, regardless of the outcome (remake, remaster, new game)
– Daniele De Blasio (@ddeblasio) November 24, 2018
Source: Andrew Murmore via Gematsu