The veteran strategy game, also known as Nectaris in Japan, has "hardcore supporters". The team want to give back to them with a possible sequel.
"Yeah, we're a little bit squeezed because we love the original version, and we have also gotten comments that everybody loves the original version. It's just that, when it comes to re-releasing it, we have to do something new," said Hudson's Shinichi Kasahara.
Hudson is a Konami-owned Japanese developer - they created Bomberman. Yes that's right... Bomberman! Anyway Military Madness is another beloved title to come out of their studio doors and a second full instalment may be on the horizon.
"Remaking everybody's favorite is always so tricky because everybody loves it so much already, as is. It's always a challenge," continued Kasahara-san.
They're "definitely considering" a new game in the series, "because we want to give back to the hardcore supporters and fans." They're unsure how to proceed though.
"But we also realize we have to be careful about how we update it without losing the integrity of what made the original so great; but also adding something new that doesn't take away from what's original about it," he explained.
"So we're definitely working on that, and meanwhile we absolutely love getting the support. Would you be upset if the Nectaris became an RTS?" Military Madness, as it's known in the West, is a turn-based strategy set on the Moon in the year 2089.
"We have two different parties: The ones that want to stay true to the original format, and the one that really wants to update it to make it totally different." He added: "That's kind of an ongoing thing, so we'll see who comes on top."
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