Sony today appear the first bivouac for the new game, a full remake of the first game that accustomed on the PlayStation 20 years ago. Bony advocate Sir Dan reappears after nearly a decade of obscurity — and hopefully he’s the first of many of his fellows.

MediEvil is one of those franchises that is acutely a angel of its home company, even if it doesn’t absolutely have a large allocation of cultural awareness. Sir Daniel hasn’t accent a game since 2005, but he did make an actualization on the Smash Bros-knockoff (the last two words meant article altered at the time), which starred several of Sony‘s mascot characters.

Some of those characters haven’t fared so well in recent years. So if we’re accepting a remake, why not a few more of the All-Stars?

Sure, a few of the icons in catechism remain accepted and arresting staples of the gaming world — Kratos, Nathan Drake, and Heihachi Mishima have all appeared on current-gen consoles — but others have slipped off the radar. Nariko of , Parappa the Rapper, or even my guy Sly Cooper… none of them have had a big absolution in years, but as far as I’m concerned, they all deserve one.

was one of the many games afar from the PS One Classic retro console, and several of those analogously snubbed would apparently also account from the remake analysis (Nariko and Sly Cooper weren’t on PS1, but my point still stands). So if Sony insists on afraid with just twenty games for its retro console, I’d be analytical to see what other old soldiers they could yank from retirement.

for PS4 is coming out ancient next year.

Read next: The Honor Magic 2 packs six cameras into an all-screen slider phone design