Play magazine takes a look at five PlayStation and PlayStation 2 games that should get the hi-def remake treatment.
for the love of god, no more of these articles please. everybody and their mother has written and posted one on this site.
I agree. Though, my mom never wrote an article like this dude !
my mom's article is pending approval :D
Please don't hate mothers who post on this site. They need to write these articles to feed their children! Think of the children! :P
' The first game didn’t sell. The Wii port didn’t sell. The upcoming DS game probably won’t sell. Despite gamers’ desire for beautiful, innovative, different game experiences, they just don’t appear willing to part with their cash when it comes to Okami.' very true statement, anyone out there a gamer who hasnt played Okami (one of the greatest games ever) yet?
I have'nt. But I want to!
Sadly for a game like FFVII with pre-rendered backgrounds can't be made on HD because the backgrounds already have a fixed resolution. So to make it HD Square would need to redraw everything again and that would take a couple of years... But Square could at least make use of some filters to make it look a little better though.
The Warriors on PS2 was a very good game wouldn't mind seeing that in HD :) probably one of the best games involing gangs in ever made.
Make Extreme Games from the PS1! that was awesome game! and Thrill Kill!
Katamari Damacy & We ♥ Katamari need some HD love, too. :D
I love katamari games, but i cant se why a collection would be needed. Katamari Forever incorporates the best parts of all previous games and so much more. And most importantly it have a wery structured "level" menu with clear goals which gave you a incinative to continue playing even after you made the biggest katamari possible.
The LOK series deserves this honor so bad. Perfect voice acting and the whole universe was just too ahead of its time. Now with HD I can see the LOK series killing in sales.
Jak and Daxter with Jax X Combat racing please.
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