Wow, yeah, this is a good one. I used to play Twisted Metal 2 all the time with some friends. Twisted Metal Black didn't exactly set the world on fire. A new version of Twisted Metal 2 with on-line play could be great though.
I think that I have said this around here somewhere before but I have always wanted a Castlevania II: Simon's Quest next-gen remake. I don't want to see it become a 3-D beat 'em up or a hand held release, I just want it to be fixed. Updated graphics, remove bugs/glitches, fix the translation errors, eliminate the massive need for grinding, make the clues be actually informative/make sense (no one is figuring out the ducking with a crystal to get the tornado to show up on their own). Make the town & mansion names more prominent. Things like that. I like the story & I like the RPG elements of the game. You don't see 2-D side-scrolling RPGs very often. Certainly not nowadays.
Wayforward makes good 2D games, they could do your game
Don't like the idea of reboots. Publishers should leave things in the past and come up with new ideas instead.
I kinda agree with this, but I'd mark the fuck out for fully-modernized reboots of Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy 6. JRPGs tend to age poorly so it'd be nice to see something like that, but even for that genre, I don't think it's really necessary, much less genres that usually age better.
^furious, projects self-image onto others^
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