7. Dino Crisis
Speaking of Resident Evil, why not get remasters of Capcom's other horror games from that decade in Dino Crisis 1 and 2. While Dino Crisis is often considered more along the lines of "Resident Evil with dinosaurs," it's often remembered as one of the mainstays of the PlayStation 1 era. To be fair, if most fans had to choose between getting 1 or 2 as a remaster, most would pick the first. However, why not get both?
Dino Crisis was labeled as more of a panic horror game rather than a survival horror game thanks to the dinosaurs being faster and smarter than zombies. There was always a level of fear as you walked form location to location. We've already seen Capcom's ability to remaster games of their own in the genre, so it's not too far off to think they could move on to the Dino Crisis series with time.
It's been 14 years since fans have seen a new game in the Dino Crisis franchise, and if we aren't going to get a new game anytime soon, or ever again for that matter, why not give fans a little something to remember the series by. Capcom isn't afraid to bring games out of retirement, or release them on multiple platforms over the course of years. There's always that lingering possibility we could be shooting dinosaurs in the face with shotguns again sometime soon.