The Zohar Project is nothing new. Several years ago, Bandai Namco director Katsuhiro Harada told fans that if they wanted an HD version of the Xenosaga games to speak up. At the time the company couldn’t find a financially viable reason to put the resources into remastering the series and releasing them. Now, with the success of the Xenoblade series, there is some hope. In only its first week Xenoblade 2 sold half-a-million copies (not including digital).

The movement has been re-invigorated and a new petition has been created. Its message is as follows.

“The Zohar Project is a fan campaign dedicated to expressing interest in a HD Collection for the Xenosaga trilogy, a science fiction role-playing epic originally released on the Playstation 2, developed by Monolith Soft and published by Namco.

The Xeno series has included other classic titles such as Xenogears, Xenoblade Chronicles, Xenoblade Chronicles X, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2, but many long-time Xeno fans have been left unable to play the Xenosaga games due to Episode I and III not being released in Europe.

Namco’s Director himself, Katsuhiro Harada, has asked fans to speak up if they want to see Xenosaga remastered for HD consoles, so we feel now is the time to stand up and fight for a remaster of some of the best Role-Playing games in video game history.

If you are a fan of the Xeno series, or simply a fan of role-playing games with intricately crafted stories and well-developed characters, join us and let’s make the dream of seeing Xenosaga on HD consoles a reality.

I’ve actually been playing the Xenosaga games on my PlayStation 2, and I have to say, they actually hold up quite well. To see them come out on the Nintendo Switch would be amazing, although I’d be happy with any current generation console, to be honest. It’s a series worth playing for any serious Xeno fan.

You can sign the petition here.

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