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Do you believe in game remakes?

Yes
37
82%
No
5
11%
A sequel is a perfect solutio
3
7%
 
Total votes : 45
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Re: Do you believe in game remakes?

by GigaPepsiMan Sun Sep 12, 2010 8:47 am

Remakes need to be treated as different games that way you can enjoy them more.
Also who ever said that Metroid is better than Zero Mission please don't kidd yourself.
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Re: Do you believe in game remakes?

by Jrecee Sun Sep 12, 2010 2:33 pm

ZeroAX wrote:This is the remake I want to see more, right now.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxXycBv3Rlk


Yes. If they could adapt the original gameplay exactly, duplicate the original games in that style, and maybe add in 2 or 3 more zones that would be amazing.

I'm still excited about Sonic 4 though. Even if it's only as good as the sonic advance or sonic rush games, it'll still be awesome just to play a new 2D sonic game on a real tv again.
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Re: Do you believe in game remakes?

by irixith Sun Sep 12, 2010 3:04 pm

Satoshi_Matrix wrote:If handled right, I'm a BIIGGGG supporter of remakes. Some of my favorites:

Final Fantasy 1 > Final Fantasy 20th Anniversary (PSP)
Metroid > Metroid Zero Mission
Lunar The Silver Star > Lunar Silver Star Story Complete or Silver Star Harmony
Megaman 1 > Megaman Powered Up
Megaman X > Megaman Maverick Hunter X
Castlevania Rondo of Blood > Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles
Monster Attack > Earth Defense Force 2017
Klonoa > Klonoa Wii


All excellent examples, well done.
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Re: Do you believe in game remakes?

by MrEco Sun Sep 12, 2010 4:15 pm

Yes I believe remakes exist. I think everyone does.

Now if you're wondering whether or not remakes are a good idea I would still say yes. If a good game can be genuinely upgraded (Graphics, sound, framerate, etc...) by porting it to a newer system then go for it. Nobody can force you to buy them so why worry so much if they get created at all?
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Re: Do you believe in game remakes?

by aaron Sun Sep 12, 2010 4:20 pm

hashiriya1 wrote:I am still waiting for a remake of Herzog Zwei....dammit.


they'd fuck it up. honestly. it'd be cool if it was done right, but i have no faith in any developer anymore to "do right" with game remakes/reboots.
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Re: Do you believe in game remakes?

by jfe2 Sun Sep 12, 2010 7:24 pm

I enjoyed all of the ReBirth games on the Wii. They weren't necessarily remakes, but more like re-imaginings, and they all did justice to their respective franchises.

As far as the PSP goes, there are a ton of games that I'm interested in on that handheld. The Mega Man, Mega Man X, Castlevania, and Ghosts 'n Goblins games all seem like games I would be interested in.
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Re: Do you believe in game remakes?

by shadobeni Thu Sep 16, 2010 2:26 am

I think remakes can be good. There are varying definitions of the word though.

I personally separate it into two categories.

A presentation upgrade where merely the aesthetics have been upgraded. Redrawing the graphics to display properly on higher resolution tvs and possibly upgrading the sound but leaving the gameplay, controls & level design exactly the same.

A reimagination where levels are similar to the originals and inspired by them but with some additional and/or recalibrated controls, extra levels/secrets or modified level designs and boss patterns, expanded view and extra features like a different save/progression system, online play, co-op etc. where applicable.

Which approach I'd like to see really depends on the game. I think that bare minimum the graphics style would be kept but redrawn/rescaled to display on HD tvs while maintaining the exact same gameplay. Additonal content like extra levels and even a level editor would be nice and extra features like sharing of top scores and online play.
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Re: Do you believe in game remakes?

by GigaPepsiMan Thu Sep 16, 2010 8:23 am

Anyone see the new Devil May Cry reboot? What the hell?
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Re: Do you believe in game remakes?

by hcgamer Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:46 pm

Yes I enjoyed Super Mario All stars on snes and the gba mario games, Kirby nightmare in dreamland, FF 1 and 2 dawn of souls. metroid zero mission on gba and resident evil on gamecube.
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Re: Do you believe in game remakes?

by RCBH928 Tue Sep 21, 2010 12:58 pm

So, to all of you that which support remakes

Would you pick the enhanced remake over the original?
Would you buy Mario All Star over the NES mario?
Will you buy the RE on gamecube instead on psx?
Will you buy Kolona Wii over the original?
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