Early in a gaming console's life, there is a long list of
remakes of old favourites released, usually to fill the time
in between proper, next generation titles.
Simon Bishop puts on his rose-tinted glasses and takes
another look at games from past generations that made a mark,
were unfairly lost in the annals of time, or blockbusters he
wishes would return. This week, Max Payne 3.
The concept of a yearly sequel in sports games is not a
new one, but what is unusual, writes Simon Bishop, is that it
has fewer features than its predecessor.
The remastered/ultimate edition has become gaming's
equivalent of printing money.
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