Game Revolution writes: "As game technology advances at an exponential rate, it's easy to get sucked in to what's coming, what's next, what's new. An unfortunate side-effect of this, however, as technology becomes outdated and no longer supported, is that more and more games are getting lost to history. I know people with enormous libraries of old NES games that will never be played again. It's a shame, though, since it's becoming harder and harder for young gamers to experience older, classic (and sometimes better) games.
Now that I've made myself sound like an old man, Enter The Remake. Some people may chafe at the idea that developers are just selling them the same games over again, albeit running on upgraded tech, but straight remakes of old games are a great way to experience a game if you missed it the first time around (especially if it's good)."
+ New levels, bosses, and weapons
+ Stylish retro design
+ Co-op! Co-op! Co-op!
+/- Hard to the point of frustration
- Twitchy controls
- No online multiplayer