Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'remakes'.
Found 1 result
Most games that we play, we can only travel back into the past to experience them again via their designated consoles of that era, or we can find some sort of emulation for them to mimic the experience, yet it still lacks the magic that the original game and setup had captured. A lot of games from older times have been issued through services that allow you to pay a subscription to play them on the current hardware, but have you ever thought of a specific game in particular that you'd give anything to have brought to life again for the current time, with better gameplay, visuals, and replay-ability? Back when Rockstar Games had released GTA V, the next holy grail of open world games, I was shocked by how much of the original game in that location--GTA: San Andreas--had been implemented into this new, fresh take. Then after getting so used to playing it, I started thinking about the first GTA game that I ever purchased, Vice City. I remember how that game blew my mind, being from the east coast myself, and having a good time experiencing where I lived, but in a video game. Needless to say, I spent a lot of time on there fucking people up with katanas and running over elderly people as I was on my way to jump out of a car that had a hooker in it. I feel as though they could obviously remake that game, with better everything and not set back in the 1980s. Well, I guess it wouldn't count as a remake, being that they'd give it another title and have a different set of characters much like the previously mentioned games. In terms of a game that I'd like to see completely brought back with everything intact--from story to characters to locations--I'd have to go with games like Devil May Cry 3, Assassin's Creed 2, Mortal Kombat Armageddon, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Crash Tag Team Racing, The Simpsons Hit & Run, Star Wars Battlefront 2 (The one that's good), etc, etc. Too many of them to name really, but a bunch of those just have a great level of nostalgia for me. They have all kinds of remakes now that vary from games like Spyro The Dragon to Resident Evil 2 to the upcoming (probably for another decade) Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Other games have just been given new releases into their franchises after what feels like forever, like the late Kingdom Hearts 3. You'd think that some of these developers would be excited about the idea of recreating their older masterpieces, but I guess that also comes with other legalities and such that probably make the process harder to do than to just make something new entirely. Sure, there's also things like backwards compatibility that could at least allow us to replay those games as they are, but that concept isn't that lenient right now--at least, not on the level that we're all imagining. What game would you remake and what new additions would you add to it? Comment!