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What game would you like to see remade/rebooted?

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In recent times we've seen a marked rise in the remaking and rebooting of some fondly remembered classics. Mega Drive title Castle of Illusion found itself on the end of a 21st century makeover as did NES/Game Boy game Duck Tales. Most recently we have seen a remastering of the highly thought of and oft ignored Strider series. Whilst the remakes met with varying degrees of success, I got a sense of satisfaction from revisiting my childhood favourites under a shiny new HD veneer.



We all have our favourite games of yore. So, if you could choose any title from the past to be remade or rebooted, what would it be? 



For me it would have to be ESWAT. Originally released in 1990 on the Mega Drive (or Genesis if you're from across the pond) it allowed you to take control of rookie cop Duke Oda as he worked his way through the Cyber Police ranks. Once you earn his spurs he is rewarded with a kick-ass Ice Combat Suit complete with an arsenal of varied and deadly weapons. The premise of the original game would lend itself perfectly, in my opinion, to a Metroidvania style offering where Oda would navigate his way around the Liberty City map upgrading his suit ready to face a final showdown with the mysterious E.Y.E.. And, let's face it, who wouldn't love to relive that unforgettable moment when Oda takes down a fully-armoured helicopter with a handgun in glorious high definition?



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About Lexingtongueone of us since 1:36 PM on 02.03.2014

Gamer for 20+ years, big fiction reader, prolific reviewer. Lover of the shmup and rhythm genre.

Author of one post-apocalyptic novel (The Wanderer) and one collection of horror short stories (Wither).