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Submitted by DirtyOstrich 846d ago | article

Born again: the developers behind a new generation of reboots

What do you do with a property that has been misused, run into the ground, or simply left on the shelf for too long? Following the trends of cinema, increasingly developers are turning to the reboot, aiming to isolate what once made a game or series great and deliver on that expectation with a contemporary approach. And with many series still going some 20 years after their debuts, several are mature enough for radical revisions. (Dev, Industry)

pr0t0typeknuckles  +   847d ago
MK was a different type of reboot that, rebooted itself in game, heck it literally was the original story wiith a few twist, maybe thats what made it so good.

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