The Devil May Cry games show their age, and a modest remastering effort doesn’t do much to smooth over the rough edges, but they’re still fascinating and crucial pieces of gaming history.
A decade on from its original release, Burnout Paradise is back and looking better than ever. Let’s just hope this sells well enough to convince EA to greenlight a new Burnout game.
Between Burnout Paradise Remastered and Onrush, 2018 is shaping up to be a very exciting year for those of us who look for a little less realism in our racing games.
Shadow of the Colossus is one of the most impressive and important games ever made, and thanks to the efforts of Bluepoint Games, it’s looking better than ever on PlayStation 4.
The original “trapped in an MMORPG” game is back with this ‘Last Recode’ remastered collection, letting old fans return to The World and giving newcomers a perfect place to jump in.
Final Fantasy XII polarised fans when it came out a decade ago, but it’s undoubtedly one of the series’ best. The Zodiac Age gives it a new lease on life.
I love PaRappa the Rapper, so I hate to have to say this, but PaRappa the Rapper Remastered is even more broken than the 20-year-old original.
It’s time for Nier to get a current-gen remaster, or at least a port. It’s simply too important a game to be lost to haze of technological iteration.