Even though his plate is full of work on other titles, one director at Capcom can't seem to get his mind off of an old project of his, which means the world may once again enroll in Rival Schools. The extracurricular activity-filled fights of the Rival Schools series could make a comeback, its director needs your help.

During a special Capcom booth event at NicoNico Chokaigi 2015, a few of Capcom's best and brightest answered questions from fans provided on cards. Hideaki Itsuno, one of the many names to work on Dragon's Dogma and Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, was asked what kind of game he'd like to make someday, to which he responded with his polygonal fighting game, Rival Schools, Siliconera reports.

"I've already thought of a new story," Itsuno said. "So please send your requests to Capcom!"

That's a name we haven't heard in a long time, but man if we aren't excited about the idea of a new Rival Schools game coming to consoles. The team-based fighting system was remarkable for a PS1 game, and the follow-up Project Justice for Dreamcast enhanced it even further. The series' roster of playable fighters may have been the most eclectic we've ever seen, with characters ranging from petite photographers to a star volleyball player using serves as projectiles. It sounds strange now, but it worked really well back then.

While this sounds like just a pipe dream for now, we'll definitely keep our eyes peeled for any indication of this new Rival Schools game becoming a reality. We'd also settle for a HD re-release of either Rival Schools game — we're not picky.