More Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Remakes Are on the Way

More Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Remakes Are on the Way ...

The Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series is one of the few Pokemon games that allows players to control a large army of pocket monsters, and it has a decent fan base over many entries.

The Mystery Dungeon series has 11 different titles, but only eight of them have been released outside of Japan. The series was successful during the DS era, and it got two new entries during the 3DS era. However, the Switch era has not seen many Mystery Dungeon titles other than a remake of the original two titles in the series.

The addition of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX was a great addition.

The Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series took a break after Super Mystery Dungeon was released for the Nintendo 3DS in 2015, despite this title being well-liked by critics. In 2020, the series returned with Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, which included some brand-new abilities that were not found in the original game, but was applauded mixedly.

Mystery Dungeon used to be released as two separate versions, and Rescue Team DX reimagined both of them for today's hardware. It seemed like the return of this franchise would mark the beginning of a new era.

There may be a Mystery Dungeon title that fans haven't been aware of yet, possibly influenced by the COVID-19 epidemic. However, remakes should never be halted. No matter what the next chapter in the Mystery Dungeon series takes, there should be room for additional older titles to be brought back.

The Mystery Dungeon Series Needs More Remakes

The Mystery Dungeon series, which has had a number of remakes, is no stranger to the Pokemon genre. It's one of the most popular spin-off series to date, and it's allowing the series to continue to develop while the next iteration is underway.

One of the biggest challenges facing the industry right now is video game preservation, and the advances in hardware make it difficult. Many games are left behind because there is no way to play them on modern hardware, and that is where remakes or remasters come into play. The only way people can get used to some of these older Mystery Dungeon games outside of emulation is to locate copies of them on working DS or 3DS.

The first two Mystery Dungeon games have already been remade, so the 2007 entries should be next. Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness were the second games in the franchise, mostly similar to the first ones, but with an expanded roster of Pokemon and a brand-new narrative. There was also a third version released in 2009 under the name Explorers of Sky, which complemented the others.

After those two games, there were the Adventure Team titles, which would be the perfect candidate for a remake. These titles would bring them to modern hardware with a much larger audience to experience them. They were the first entries to appear on a home console that changed the story, but an official version would be preferable.

The 3DS also saw some Mystery Dungeon titles that might benefit from a remake. Both games had expanded rosters and new stories, and the sequels provided new visual effects. The Mystery Dungeon series will continue to evolve, and it will hopefully include more remakes.