For the unaware Vib Ribbon was a unique PS1 game that allowed users to use their own music to create levels. The layout of the levels was determined by the song's beats and tempo.. The game was a lot of fun and the games original music was great but it became even better because you could use your own music.
After watching a video of the game online in a bout of nostalgia I was left wondering, why isn't this game on PSN?
The game could easily use your music playlist on your console's hard drive and the game's unique art style is timeless as well, which would be perfect for a HD remake. Take a look for yourself:
The game's creator Masaya Matsuura expressed interest in making a PSN version, but that was all the way back in 2007. The game was very short on its own and it would often get repetitive at times. Despite this issues and the game's limited appeal I'm sure it would work as $5-$10 game.
Sony still own the rights to the game and with games like Audiosurf being very popular I'm sure Sony could expect a decent number of sales.Oh well, If wishes were horses...
So would you guys want a remake of the game?
Also I'm curious if anyone has tried playing their PS1 version of Vib Ribbon on the PS3? Does the play your own music feature work?