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#101 Posted by believer258 (11914 posts) -

I continue to feel like the Metroid Prime games would look exceptional in HD running natively. With emulation, I've seen Final Fantasy 12 in a high resolution and it looks fantastic, it really needs to run natively on modern technology.

#102 Posted by gokaired (534 posts) -

I continue to feel like the Metroid Prime games would look exceptional in HD running natively. With emulation, I've seen Final Fantasy 12 in a high resolution and it looks fantastic, it really needs to run natively on modern technology.

Thanks for reminding me, I need to finish that game.

#103 Edited by believer258 (11914 posts) -

@gokaired said:

@believer258 said:

I continue to feel like the Metroid Prime games would look exceptional in HD running natively. With emulation, I've seen Final Fantasy 12 in a high resolution and it looks fantastic, it really needs to run natively on modern technology.

Thanks for reminding me, I need to finish that game.

Metroid Prime or FF12?

The former is a must-play for anyone that can use a controller. The latter is merely a really good game.

#104 Posted by Glottery (1279 posts) -

Digged up my memory a bit more after my previous post and remembered both Heretic and Hexen games! Too bad Raven got axed, otherwise there could maybe even be some hope for that or a reboot to happen.

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#106 Posted by mjk0104 (205 posts) -

Earthworm Jim on the UbiArt framework? Also, they keep re-making Myst, but I'd really like a Riven one. (I think there's a fan one, but a professional one'd be nice).

#107 Posted by _Dad (41 posts) -

Ghosts 'n Goblins.

#108 Edited by SomeDeliCook (2341 posts) -

Pong

#109 Edited by AdequatelyPrepared (543 posts) -

I know it's a PS2/GC game, but an official Killer7 HD re-release would be pretty sweet, especially since I imagine that newer fans of Suda51 might find it difficult to get a copy. One would think that with almost all of the textures being flat colors, it wouldn't be that difficult, but then again, I don't work in the games industry. I also have no idea who owns the rights to it anymore, lots of finger pointing between Suda and Capcom going on whenever I try to search it.
I got music links too!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNIlClYUp5M

#110 Posted by i_Dead (45 posts) -

1. Siphon Filter ( First 3 games in one)

2. Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines

3. Sled Storm

4. Full Throttle

5. Driver 2

#111 Posted by Clonedzero (4200 posts) -

I'm probably going to get alot of shit for this...

But Fallout 1 & 2. And yes do it in the bethesda style. Fallout 1 & 2 are among my favorite games of all time, but they have aged horribly. Remakes of them staying true to the script and themes would be amazing.

#112 Posted by ikilledthedj (286 posts) -

Parasite Eve 2,

#113 Posted by Viking_Funeral (1791 posts) -

Zeus: Master of Olympus

#114 Posted by Sir_WilliamIII (38 posts) -

To be honest with how reboots have gone I would rather it not happen

#115 Edited by Oldirtybearon (4814 posts) -

I could really go for a remake/reboot of Contra right about now. Shattered Soldier was good for its day, but eh, I want to see what Konami (or whatever mercenaries they hire) would do with new consoles and a fresh perspective.

#116 Posted by ZolRoyce (704 posts) -

I'm probably going to get alot of shit for this...

But Fallout 1 & 2. And yes do it in the bethesda style. Fallout 1 & 2 are among my favorite games of all time, but they have aged horribly. Remakes of them staying true to the script and themes would be amazing.

Oh getting ready for a shitting unlike anything you've ever seen before you son of a bi-actually that would be pretty fun, although I do disagree with you about them having aged horribly I do concede that some of that might be from my nostalgia I see the games through, but even then I still don't think horribly, however a Beth style remake for them would be kind of fun, I like the way the new games play and the atmosphere they present and all of that good stuff, but Beths writing staff are... sub par, here and there they have moments of really cool ideas but for the most part everything they do storyline and dialogue wise is just so stale or straight up insultingly bad.

Fallout 3's original ending is still one of the worst endings ever, the DLC may have fixed it, but it fixed something that should never have been broken in the first place, but hey, you take that Fallout 1 story and dialogue and decision making and mix it with that Beth gameplay and I would have a blast.

#117 Posted by miko1222 (208 posts) -

I would love for the first 5 Metal Gear games to be remade for a modern standard.

#118 Posted by MonkeyKing1969 (2775 posts) -

Elite.

Yes, that would be very cool. Space trading, piracy, arms dealing, smuggling games need to come back. I always felt that was what Mass effect was missing, they were always trying to save the world instead of just live in it and enjoy having a great spaceship. Buying and upgrading your ship, hiring crew, figuring out trade routes would be awesome. I woudl also love it if there was a randomization scheme so that your universe is not like my universe. Different concentrations of allies and enemies, random amounts of mineable materials, player choice in many levels.

#119 Edited by HerbieBug (4212 posts) -

Final Fantasy VII. Now, say what you will about the quality of that game, I do think it is an important part of the ff series and is maybe the best candidate I can think of for a complete graphical overhaul.

I continue to be amazed how resistant Square has been to this. it is free money.

#120 Posted by Jimbo (9814 posts) -

Frogger

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#121 Posted by TheMasterDS (2066 posts) -

An HD Remake of the DKC Trilogy would be rad especially if they add wildlife and the sort of physics to the environment that DKCR/TF have. They should not change the physics though of the originals, that'd be bad.

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#122 Edited by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -

@herbiebug said:

I continue to be amazed how resistant Square has been to this. it is free money.

They've spoken about it before. Long story short: Midgar alone would bankrupt them. Also, aren't you overestimating the audience for a seventeen year old JRPG?

#123 Posted by lead_dispencer (39 posts) -

I would pay a large sum of money for a MGS 1 remake in ps4 graphics and updated engine, keep the story exactly the same. Hell, use the same files for all audio too.
Also, the metal gear games would be another great idea. All the others in that series are fantastic.

#124 Posted by Feels (78 posts) -

As has been said earlier, something Legacy of Kain related. Perhaps LoK: Defiance. Have crazy bouts of nostalgia over those games. Someone needs to bring the series back with the same love and care given to the originals.

Honestly though, Nosgoth? What the fuck...

#125 Posted by MonkeyKing1969 (2775 posts) -

I would really love to see Pitfall redone as a action adventure, climbing traversal game like Uncharted or Tomb Raider. The big change I would want is NONE of the occult, mysticism or magic fantasy elements. I want a straight forward adventure game with more puzzles and climbing, but a lot less gunplay than you find in Uncharted or Tomb Raider.

#126 Posted by McBEEF (360 posts) -

Medal of Honor Underground/ Allied Assault and its expansions would be epic with updated graphics but the same great atmosphere/music and gameplay.

Heavy Gear and Jedi Power Battles maybe?

Black and White with updated graphics and Black and White 2's city building would be sweet.

I would say Grim Fandango but I think the dated look adds to its charm

#127 Edited by Jackentrote (43 posts) -

Thankfully I'm very content when it comes to this. I have no wishes.

Max Payne was revived and it was everything I had hoped for, the first Crysis is still a piece of marvel and was remade and perfected with Far Cry 3, The Witcher is getting a new sequel that is expected to blow everything out of the water, Battlefield is pretty sexy, Deus Ex Human Revolution was delicious.. I wished for a pirates game, AC Black Flag was amazing, I wished for a cowboy game, Red Dead Redemption is still fantastic.. There is nothing I crave to be remade or re-imagined, it's all there and it's all amazing.

#128 Posted by HerbieBug (4212 posts) -

@herbiebug said:

I continue to be amazed how resistant Square has been to this. it is free money.

They've spoken about it before. Long story short: Midgar alone would bankrupt them. Also, aren't you overestimating the audience for a seventeen year old JRPG?

No, I don't think so.

#129 Posted by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -

@herbiebug:

How much has FF7 sold on PSN? Or on Steam? These could prove valuable metrics.

#130 Edited by Doskias (308 posts) -

Resident Evil Outbreak! This occured to me at work today. I want another one of those.

#131 Posted by MikkaQ (10293 posts) -

All I can see is a big, beautiful open world Jet Set Radio game.

#132 Posted by smcn (926 posts) -

The first Mass Effect.

Actually, I'd love to see a BioWare game with Naughty Dog-level performance capture. Or really, perfomance/motion capture of any kind. Going Through the Motions is becoming a real detriment to their games.

#133 Edited by Roger778 (957 posts) -

1. Knights of the old Republic (that one game made me a big fan of Bioware)

2. Deus Ex (it's a great game, but the graphics are really dated and ugly)

3. Jade Empire

4. Grim Fandango

#134 Posted by Sparky_Buzzsaw (6198 posts) -

Terrific discussion, gang. I would have said Might and Magic last year. Now, I'd definitely say Quest for Glory. Imagine a third-person Elder Scrolls with some mild puzzle solving involving your abilities and skills, all in the wonderful lands from the series. Excuse me, I'm going to wipe the drool from my chin.

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#135 Edited by MonkeyKing1969 (2775 posts) -

@mcbeef said:

Medal of Honor Underground/ Allied Assault and its expansions would be epic with updated graphics but the same great atmosphere/music and gameplay.

I would play Medal of Honor again if it had the story of "Johnny Got His Gun".

...Joe Bonham, a young soldier serving in [A NEAR FUTURE] WorldWar , awakens in a hospital bed after being caught in the blast of an exploding artillery shell. He gradually realizes that he has broken his back, lost his arms, legs, and all of his face (including his eyes, ears, teeth, and tongue), but that his mind functions perfectly, leaving him a prisoner in his own body. (For this game we make it most of his face he still has one blurry eye and can hear someone form one ear.)

Joe attempts suicide by suffocation, but finds that he had been given a tracheotomy which he can neither remove nor control. At first Joe wishes to die, but later decides that he desires to be placed in a glass box and toured around the country in order to show others the true horrors of war. Joe successfully communicates these desires with military officials by banging his head on his pillow in Morse code. However, he realizes that neither desire will be granted, and it is implied that he will live the rest of his natural life in his condition.

As Joe drifts between reality and fantasy, he remembers his old life with his family, wife, kids and reflects upon the myths and realities of war.

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The first 45 minutes of the game play out like a normal CoD style shooter. This sets the stage of what is happening, who they enemies are, some brutality of war and all of it is somewhat bombastic. Then you realize that what you just played was a memory that's why it was some simplified and bombastic like a video game...it wasn't real...it was a memory. The game then switches between memories and being awake in the the hospital. Because you re-live parts of your duty the game is still 50% shooter, but after the first sequences the warfare is more realistic each and every time, that is the ramp up of difficulty as the mission go on. Some of the military memories are just being with your buddies too, and because these are all dreams you family, kids, wife and friends shows up sometimes in odd places. Twenty-five percent of the game is like Heavy Rain where you are with your family, your girlfriend just living your life before - shopping, dressing, playing with your child, spending time with your wife. But again these are memories/dreams so the enemy for the games creep around the edges of some memories - think Jacobs Ladder. Another twenty-five percent is trying to make yourself understood at the hospital overhearing conversations among the people and watching them hazily from one eye, but the problem is nobody realizes he is awake because at first he cannot move his head.

I don't want a happy ending. I don't want science to help him. The dream world is his only uneasy comfort and being awake is his hell.

#136 Posted by xite (899 posts) -

Make something like Super Mario Galaxy for Wario.

#137 Edited by Hockeymask27 (3683 posts) -

Socom 2 I want to go back :(

#138 Posted by Razorsfury (3 posts) -

I think it would be cool if they remade 'Robotech' the video game. there could be some real potential there.

#139 Posted by Rebel_Scum (712 posts) -

Desert Strike and Jungle Strike. Although I believe a reboot is coming if you believe the rumours about EA patent for Desert Strike.

Twisted Metal 2 World Tour with next gen graphics would be awesome. Just hope they keep the gameplay and level design exactly the same.

RPG/Adventure game wise I'd like to see Landstalker remade as that game was epic.

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#140 Edited by AbsolutelyAlmost (30 posts) -

Resident Evil Outbreak series. Those games were too godlike for people and technology to truly comprehend back when they came out. Make it like 20 scenarios long, add proper online infrastructure, make it free-to-play and add cosmetics you can purchase for your favourite survivors.
BAM! Capcom make millions overnight.

#141 Posted by Cactusapple (67 posts) -

Gauntlet.

Bloodwych.

Get Dexter.

The Eidolon.

#142 Posted by GnaTSoL (793 posts) -

sUPER METROID. I would orgasm buckets....