There is nothing inherently wrong with remakes and remasters of video games. It gives new players a chance to experience games they might have missed out on, or fans of old games to revisit improved versions of games theyloved. This is an especially common practice among games that came out before high definition was a thing, bringing standard-def games closer to modern HD standards. It also happens a lot when a new round of consoles comes around, where a game from the previous generation is remastered in order to make it feel more like a current-gen game.
What’s important is to remake games that people actually want redone. There are countless games ...
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