Over the past few years, and more specifically the past few months if you've been watching this space, you will have already seen how "remasters" are taking over. What is really meant by this is that we are (supposedly) getting less triple A new IP's and instalments of games in favour of game developers "re-doing" older games with a bit better graphics and slight changes here and there. For the most part, it's seen as a bit of a shady practice and just a way of getting older games that people love onto the newer system, then charging them again to play the same game. This is mainly why I don't partake in these sorts of games. However, Epic look like they are set to redefine and hopefully push other developers into making these experiences feel fresh and, at times, even completely different. Let's get into why the Gears of War Ultimate Edition gives us what we want from a remaster.