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#2 Edited by FlamingHobo (4512 posts) -

This is amazing news for me. Heroes of Might & Magic hasn't nearly felt as fun since III. I just hope the game 'feels' as good as its improved assets look!

Confirmed features for the HD Edition (taken from the Ubisoft web page:)

  • A new HD experience: re-live the Heroes® III in HD, a true craftsmanship which offers players updated graphics, with wide screen compatibility.
  • Enjoy the critically acclaimed Heroes® III gameplay, with 7 exciting campaign scenarios, around 50 skirmish maps, a local multiplayer mode and a map editor.
  • A new online multiplayer lobby tailored for PC: Now Steamworks compatible, the PC version of Heroes® III offers an online multiplayer lobby, where you can share your experience with the Heroes® III community.
  • Play Heroes® III on tablets anywhere: Heroes® III now features iOS and Android tablet versions, upgraded with intuitive touch controls to enjoy this passionate game experience anywhere… anytime.
#3 Posted by FlamingHobo (4512 posts) -

I think the logo would be perfect for a more modern setting but it doesn't work in the context of a Western. With that said, nice work dude!

#4 Posted by FlamingHobo (4512 posts) -

Well, fun is subjective. However, I'm of the opinion that all games should strive to provide a unique and engaging experience. For instance, playing horror games isn't exactly 'fun' but it gives me a sense of terror that I can experience in a safe environment and revisit at any time.

#5 Posted by FlamingHobo (4512 posts) -

@bbalpert: This has nothing to do with overheating in this case. Enslaved is a really bad port. There is a guide that you can find to address this and a number of other graphical issues in the game.

#6 Posted by FlamingHobo (4512 posts) -

Congratulations!

#7 Edited by FlamingHobo (4512 posts) -

It really depends on the game in question. I've enjoyed a couple of remastered games such as Shadow of the Colossus and the Devil May Cry HD collection since it gives me a chance to experience an older game I never had the chance to play on its native platform and arguably in the best way possible on a modern platform. That being said, price is also another factor. I'd flat out refuse to pay more than half the price of a new release.

#8 Posted by FlamingHobo (4512 posts) -

http://www.jurassicsystems.com/

I hate this hacker crap.

Just a cool little website I found courtesy of Empire. I know how many Jurassic Park enthusiasts there are on the site, with Mr. Klepek being one of the more notable ones. Enjoy!

#9 Edited by FlamingHobo (4512 posts) -

The only time I can think of a time a patch that size being justifiable was The Witcher 2's 'Enhanced Edition' patch. Can't think why Dead Rising 3 would need a patch this big.

#10 Edited by FlamingHobo (4512 posts) -

@jasonr86 said:

Oh boy...

That was my exact thought at reading the title to this thread.

@hunkulese:

Speaking as someone who's only dabbled in the original Devil May Cry, never played DMC2, and played the shit out of DMC3, DmC is a really interesting take on the source material. Like you, I really dug it despite being one of the many fans who had an immediate knee-jerk reaction to the Dante redesign. Most of the differences have been covered by other posts in this thread but if you liked DmC there's no reason you shouldn't like Devil May Cry 3 at least.