today the eye candy is exceptional, but was anything lost in the process? Such is life though, if you want to make omelettes, you have to break some eggs.
Murder Death Kill (MDK).
Anyone ever played that? It was like the under-dog of the lot. Pheominal atmosphere.
I'd love to see that remade.
#2 I am sick of FPS. That seems to be 90% of what is being released on the 360 these days.
#3 RPGs lately have been crappy, (FF and DQ8 excluded)
I just want some good games not nice looking games for $50-60 a pop that I grow bored with in 2 weeks.
§pix;1030941505 said:And would that be game before MDK2? With Max the 6 armed/legged robotic dog... that kind of thing? If so... Hell yes.
Actually, now that I think of it, I'd like to see a more successful remake of the Gold Box Games SSI made. They were D&D based, including a couple that had a Buck Rogers theme and used the appropriate system. You could spend hours and hours playing those, and there was a real tabletop D&D experience. The Atari games that have come out were buggy jokes. Baldur's Gate was all right but nowhere near as close to detail as titles like Pool of Radiance, Curse of the Azure Bonds, Secret of the Silver Blades, Pools of Darkness, Matrix Cubed, etc. I haven't yet managed to get my hands on Neverwinter Nights but I suspect it's pretty good. I'd just like to see the basic concept of trying to recreate the tabletop game experience put as the primary concept above graphics, sound, etc.
I think the point of this thread is that we would like someone to take the concept, storyline, artwork, game mechanics, etc. of some old, favorite game, and update it with higher-resolution textures, higher-poly models, and better effects. Essentially we want "what that game would look like if it were developed today".Maybe instead of dreaming of having your old favorite game revitalized, why not just do it? If it's online, start a community and host some servers. Let people know in your area. Rebuild the community you miss.
If it's a single player console game, haul it out. Invite some friends over to bring their favorite games and make it an event. Don't be so dependant on some marketting system to hear your cries for a remake. Seek fun.
It was for Turbografx 16... actually it came out for the Wii virtual console a while ago.Think it was on Genesis or sega CD maybe but Slaughter House was a really fun game side scrolling killing if I remember it right!