PS2 classics we would love to see return in high definition - Part One

HITC writes: Over the past few years we have seen several Classic HD remakes such as; the Tomb Raider Trilogy; Ratchet and Clank Trilogy; Jak and Daxter trilogy; Metal Gear Solid; Final Fantasy - and even Doom HD remakes which have been absolutely incredible to re-experience in high definition. In the gaming world, new games are incredibly exciting, but being able to re-experience the best games of a previous and very nostalgic generation is something everybody enjoys to do.

Here are some games we would love to see join the list of HD remakes.

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Blackleg-sanji1568d ago

Dark cloud
Suikoden II-V collection

3-4-51568d ago

Also Rogue Galaxy & Dragon Quest 8

MysticStrummer1568d ago

I still want to see another Freedom Fighters, dammit. I'd rather get a sequel instead of an HD remake but I'd probably buy a remake too.

AnEwGuY1568d ago

I'm sick of all the HD overhaul crap. How about full-on reboots for some of the IPs you're sitting on, Sony? I'd love a reboot..or even a Primal. And a follow-up to Drakan: The Ancients' Gates is WAAAAAY overdue. I love the direction the Tomb Raider franchise is headed now, and I think Sony should be using that as a template, rather than the quick-n-dirty HD ports.

MrSwankSinatra1568d ago

I would love to see a HD Collection for all three PS2 GTA games. There is big demand for a collection like that though i would imagine that the biggest reason Rockstar have yet to do it was because of licensing of the music. That is a lot of music (and a lot money) to re-license all the music from all three of those games. The cost clearly outstrips the demand.

CaulkSlap1568d ago

Not only music but redoing textures/models/animations to make it look semi-modern would take a ridiculous amount of work for huge open world games like that. To the point where time/money would be much better spent on new GTA worlds. And it already exists on PC in "HD" anyways.

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