Change is inevitable as it brings improvement and sophistication. Remaking of games basically aims to fix any flaws and upgrade the games to being more classic and have attractive graphics. These old video game shaves have finally received the much-needed HD paint jobs, giving you an opportunity to play titles that were never there. However, not all remakes are worth your time, and some games titles were excavated and remade poorly to entice nostalgic fans into spending. Below are some of the best video games remakes that are guaranteed to give you a fulfilling experience:
• The Last of Us
This has been one of the most enjoyable games for the past generation and when a rerelease was issued many welcomed it with open arms. Remaking ofThe Last of Us maintained all aspects that made the original great, and it included features to make it even better. This new version has excellent PS3 visuals that look and play better than the original. Most of the original game plays are unaltered; it has a new photo mode that allows the player to take captivating action captions of Ellie or Joel.
Saving the best detail for last, this game offers the perfect example of how a standalone single player story should be done. Using the last of us: Left Behind DLC and hopefully the sequel this video game has made a new record.
• Resident Evil HD Remade
The remaking of this game has made it more accessible to new fans. The original game was more of a nightmare defining survival horrors. It now has upgraded background textures, remastered audio, widescreen support, and attractive lighting effects. The original atmosphere and feel of the video are maintained, and at the same time, the sense of dread and horror is heightened. For some historical thrill you need to play this video game.
• Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen
Remaking of FireRed and LeafGreen allowed the younger generation to venture into pokemons stories and for the older fans, they had reason to revisit Kanto one more time. This game was made way off better the sound and environment were all altered to bring about a better version. It has over 300 creatures and three different regions that can be explored, and pokemon had to revisit its older universes. Nintendo has made it a tradition to remake some of the past pokemon games. The original story is always retained while adding new areas and wireless battling to keep the experience fresh. So far FireRed and LeafGreen have impressed its audience, so we hope for more.
• Grim Fandango
The remade video game has insightful developer diaries and a director’s commentary that offers unique information to newer and older fans. The original version had many critics, but this changed when the remastered version was issued out. The new version captivated lots of fans into the land of the dead. The original art style and excellent gameplay are all kept intact with some visual upgrades. This upgrade has catered for everyone’s needs including the audiophiles by having excellent jazzy music with re-orchestrated soundtracks.
The list of best video remakes is endless, but as my title promised this is the four remakes you should start enjoying.