Capcom has pumped out an insane amount of fighting games over the years. Perhaps one of its more unique retro releases is Power Stone - a 3D arena brawler designed for two players, that was ported from the arcade across to the Sega Dreamcast in 1999 and ended up becoming one of the system's must-haves. There was also a sequel released a year later.

Although there hasn't been a Power Stone game released in a very long time, during an interview with The Guardian, the producer Takeshi Tezuka said he still received messages from fans on a regular basis, requesting another entry in the series. If he does get the chance, he would love to do it and thinks it would be great on Nintendo's hybrid system:

I still get messages from fans about the game. People tweet requests to me to make another Power Stone, which I’d love to do if I got the chance. It would be a particularly great fit for the Nintendo Switch.

Below are some images of the Power Stone Collection, which was released on PlayStation Portable in 2006:

Have you ever played a Power Stone game? Would you like to see Capcom revive this cult hit? Leave a comment below.

[via reddit.com]