Don’t you wish Nintendo, Capcom, and Sega still made games together?


Zelda Minish CapFrom MSNBC’s Top 5 defunct game developers:

I bet you didn’t know Nintendo, Capcom, and Sega created a joint venture at one time to make games. Well, they did. And it was awesome. Dubbed Flagship, the studio was entrusted with developing successors to several household names in gaming — “Zelda,” “Kirby,” “Resident Evil,” and “Onimusha” to be exact — before being dissolved in 2007.

Undoubtedly, Minish Cap was Flagship’s greatest achievement. What an awesome game.