10 Titles That Should Get Re-Booted on Next-Gen

Here’s our list of 10 games that should get another chance on the next-gen consoles.

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Chapter111604d ago

None, because reboots are a terrible idea and more often than not ruin franchises.

BlakHavoc1604d ago

Agree, Tomb Raider is an exception though, awesome reboot.

giovonni1604d ago

Ok, I just want to say that Dead to Rights was one of the games that started to sway me away from Sony. It was action packed curse fest it was wonderful i would like to see this happen

porkChop1604d ago

Huh? Dead To Rights has always been on PlayStation platforms so how could it sway you away from Sony? That doesn't even make sense.

giovonni1604d ago (Edited 1604d ago )

No it wasn't dead to rights was a time exclusive for Xbox.

Dead to Rights is a third-person shooter produced by Namco. It was released on June 3, 2002 as a timed exclusive for the Xbox, and releases for the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube followed thereafter. A year after its console debut, the game was released for Microsoft Windows. It was followed by Dead to Rights II in 2004/2005 and Dead to Rights: Retribution on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2010."- wiki

This game and Splinter Cell were time exclusives for the Xbox. Halo introduced me to the system Splinter cell and Dead to rights swayed me to like Xbox a little bit more than PS2

"The PC version of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell is fairly closely based on the original Xbox version. Both were made by Ubisoft Montreal. The GameCube and>>>>> PlayStation 2 versions, release later, were developed by Ubisoft Shanghai, and are similar to each other<<<<<<, but have many small changes over the originals with the result that they are generally easier. Some doors are moved around, guards are less likely to notice gunshots, etc."

The original Xbox housed these two games before PS2 it wasn't until a year later ps2 fans had a chance to experience these games.

porkChop1604d ago

Oh, sorry. The article was talking about DTR: Retribution, so I assumed that's the one you were talking about.

giovonni1603d ago

No biggie man, I should have been clearer on the subject. Once I saw the name "dead to rights" all I could think about were the crazy times I had with the game . It needs a reboot in my eyes, lol.

oODEADPOOLOo1604d ago (Edited 1604d ago )

Thats a pretty random list, how about something like:

General return of platformers of OLD: like Banjo Kazooie, Crash Bandicoot, Jak and Dexter, Sly cooper, etc...

On Playstation side:

1) Resistance (at least some type of off shoot with the same level of gritty/oppresive atmosphere w/ better lighting, story/narrating as original, sequels kept getting more cartoony)

2) Warhawk

On Xbox



1)Starwars battlefront (should make up for Star Wars 1313)

BlakHavoc1604d ago

For PS I think Socom and Syphon Filter should see reboots, both are successful franchises and would be welcomed.

captainexplosion1604d ago

When the author says "rebooted" he actually means sequels to dead franchises. In that case I would want Bulletstorm, jak & daxter, crash bandicoot, Boom Blox, and Phantasmagoria.

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