Video Games HD Remakes

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    Video games are good in their original incarnation, but improvements can always be made.
    Apart from updating the games with great graphics, remaking also fixes any existing flaws and adds some beneficial content for good measure.

    Notable recent video games HD remakes:

    1. BIOSHOCK: The collection
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    The remake of this game is the most awesome way of playing it because you receive 3 games for the cost of one. The games you receive are:
    • Bioshock
    • Bioshock Two
    • Bioshock Infinite
    Apart from that, you get DLCs, visual updates, that make older Bioshock run smooth on current systems, and other extras, which are more than enough for the cost.

    2. Ratchet and Clank
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    This is a re-imaging and not a direct HD remastering. The initial game is taken and the exact story is told, but from another perspective – tweaking the events that took place to make the game distinct and fresh. The good thing is that the game now looks wonderful with awesome graphic improvements and a lot of new playing features.

    3. Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
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    This is an awesome Legend of Zelda game. Its HD remake is a 1080p Wii U model of the initial GameCube and Wii version. This remake has:
    • Wonderful graphics
    • Amiibo support
    • High frame rates
    • Wii U GamePad attributes
    4. Heavy rain
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    David Cage and Quantic Dream for the longest time tried to blend movies with video game storytelling. And so, when Heavy Rain, widely praised as their best game made a leap to PS4, they made a good use of new and improved hardware, making it as realistic and life-like as possible. The remake of this video game has:
    • Improved graphics
    • Increased resolution
    • Greatly enhanced shades, lights, and reflections, especially at the rainy parts
    5. Gravity Rush
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    The good fact about this game remake is that it’s easy to understand what the fuss is about. Its graphics are polished and made awesome with the help of DualShock 4’s motion technology. This made it a very innovative game even on PS4. In its quality, it’s very similar to the amazing features of europaplay online casino that keep satisfying gamblers.

    6. Tearaway Unfolded
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    This is an extended remake of the initial PS Vita game titled Tearaway. It utilized the features of PS4 DualShock in order to adjust the game to the console shift. Its graphics were enhanced and the game feels new since its original form had severe twitching. The game still has its beautiful papercraft feeling, moving story, and creative gameplay.

    7. Halo: Master Chief Collection
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    This sounded like a good bargain. Get all of the previous main line Halo games on your Xbox One, with new and shiny graphics, ability to switch between graphic styles on the fly, a novel, a live-action series, what not to like? Well, Master Chief Collection for many Halo fans became notorious as “that” kind of remake. The game was plagues with technical problems, some of which are not fixed to this day. Microsoft tried to make the best of its troubled launch, (like adding more content) but to many players, first bad impression of this remake never went away.

    8. Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
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    Even though this remake encountered some few playing tweaks like issuing commands through touchpad and voice, it is a great version of the initial game. The remake also comes with the multiplayer content and a post-launch DLC, which makes it an awesome edition.

    HD Remakes became an important part of modern video game industry. While some people frown on the concept, blaming publishers for trying to sell same product several times, remakes allow older games to be more accessible to an unfamiliar new audience – especially on consoles. Backward compatibility is not always a better alternative – sometimes new tech can allow you to make the game in the way you couldn’t before. But, as with everything, caution is advised. Remaking a good game doesn’t automatically make it good, if devs didn’t pay enough attention to keeping what made it good.
     
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