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Blacktric  +   699d ago
Comparing a re-release's graphics to the original...

Jesus, haven't game journalism hit rock bottom already? How could these people keep hitting new lows? Also I love how both comparison images named the same.
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r40k213  +   699d ago
It's a video game! It's not a music record or a movie! The original and the "platinum hits" versions are the EXACT same except the Platinum Hits version is always patched. The only reason anyone would want the original is either they don't like the platinum hits case or they want to exploit some bug that was patched.
Vinc360  +   699d ago
Patch makes both versions the exact same, this is a very strange and pointless article. Your image comparison is ridiculous too, it's the exact same image. It's not a comparison. You can tell by looking at the name of it. Same file.
ChunkyLover53  +   699d ago
Technically they are both the same game, but as a collector I stay away from Platinum Hits versions of games. I own 238 Xbox 360 games now and only 2 of those are Platinum Hits. I guess my hatred of "Greatest Hits" titles goes back to the original PlayStation, its Black Label or nothing, Green Labels just don't do it for me.
yewles1  +   699d ago
The PS2 Red Labels of Silent Hill 2 and Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution did WONDERS for me...
Cam977  +   699d ago
I understand you. When I buy old classics I ALWAYS go for original games, platinum is NOT an option.
hkgamer  +   699d ago
I think the writer is an idiot. Greatest Hits/Platinums/whatever it is called is probably always going to be the better version.
However people who buy things on ebay want the original version.
The reason is that the platinum versions look ugly.

just can't believe how stupid this guy is, hope he reads all these comments so he actually understands why people don't like the platinum hits.
Klonopin  +   699d ago
Someone stopped taking their meds.

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