While many gamers will roll their eyes at the announcement of yet another game of yesteryear being remastered, I typically get excited. After all, what’s wrong with a title potentially getting exposed to a new generation of gamers, and gaining a second chance to fix some flaws. It’s not like there’s a dearth of new releases to play, so these re-releases help fill out the release calendar.
That said, not all PS4 remastered games are created equal. Some are painstakingly redone with care and feel like a much better game than the original, while others feel like a cash-in. To help readers figure out which remastered titles have done a good job, and which have failed, I’ve taken a look back at 10 high profile PS4 remastered games.
PS4 Remastered Games - Which Were Done Right"
Resident Evil Zero HD
What It Did Right & Wrong: Capcom has a pretty darn good track record with remasters and Resident Evil Zero HD is no exception. The game looks absolutely gorgeous (thanks to new lighting effects), and even features a new character to play (Wesker!). Sadly, there is some tiny frustration as Wesker Mode isn't unlocked until the player has completed the game, which is weird in a re-release.
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition
What It Did Right & Wrong: Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is basically the standard of what players should expect from recent remasters. It includes all of the game's DLC, it looks as good as the PC version, and runs smoothly. It doesn'...