Everyone wants to look prettier; it's a natural part of human character. This becomes more of a priority as one gets older; bits start to sag which once held their own, and newer, advanced beings overtake you in the game of life. If the recent trend of HD re-releases is anything to go by then someone, somewhere, feels that certain games deserve the justice of a make-over so that they can keep up, and stay relevant, in the modern age. Or, if one was cynical, it could be suggested that it is a simple and cheap way to cash-in on a gamer's nostalgia. . . .