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HD Remakes: How much is too much?

Ed Prosser looks at the concept of HD remakes and considers their advantages and drawbacks.

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Heavenly King1349d ago

"How much is too much?" When people stops buying them, it will be too much. It is as simple as that.

3-4-51349d ago

I'd rather have an HD remake of a really good game than 4-5 new crappy games that shouldn't have been made.

The problem with about 60% of newer games is they don't even attempt to learn from the past.

N0S3LFESTEEM1349d ago

There's a good way to do it and also a bad way to do it... The ending of this article goes off to explain that modders can offer everything for free but I'll have to disagree with that because Devs can offer an update to the games engine which is something I haven't seen a modder do. Halo's 10th anniversary edition should be what HD remakes strive for... the MGS 1 remake for gamecube is another good example. The Splinter cell HD edition is a good example of the bad way to do it. If say Bethesda went back and did a remake of Morrowind using skyrim's engine then that would be the good way to do it.

Good_Guy_Jamal1349d ago

When a certain IP is getting remastered and re-packaged in a way that ensures the there's a new game every single year.

Hingle_Mcringleberry1349d ago

There you go again pulling punches and mincing words. Just say it.
When you release psp remakes and ps2 remakes and then put them altogether again to cash in. God of War.

Catoplepas1349d ago

Better than no games whatsoever.

Tzuno1349d ago

Why the negativity? Remakes give other people the chance to play great games that they never played because they were to young for that time or they missed those. And a good game deserves his place.

Minato-Namikaze1349d ago

I need a couple more. onimusha, FFXII, to name a few

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