PSU writes: Role playing games are a dime a dozen, but a good role playing game only comes along once in a great while. It seems a lot of the classic RPGs get remade countless times, usually touting better graphics, more monsters and quests, smoother gameplay, and richer music. Lunar: The Silver Star is one such game that has been remade several times. From its heyday on the Sega CD in the early '90s to the subsequent PlayStation port in 1998, the Lunar series has been met with mixed reception, but in general, JRPG fans have awaited each release with great anticipation. With a remake of the Sega CD version hitting the PlayStation Portable, Xseed Games and Game Arts have taken everything enjoyable about the game and have given it a fresh coat of glittery paint. However, with the remake comes some of the frustrating moments from earlier version.