5 Nostalgic Video Games That Deserve A Remake

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Star Wars: KOTORStar Wars video games haven’t held up to the reputation of the movies for a while now, with the exception of EA’s Jedi: Fallen Order and Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic, which is widely considered to be the best Star Wars game of all time. With deep Jedi and Sith lore, incredible story, and engaging characters, no wonder fans have been asking for a remake for a long time.

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Prince of Persia: Sands of TimeIf you like the Assassin’s Creed franchise, you’ll love the series it was inspired by - Prince of Persia. The action-adventure RPG put the price in front and center, with third-person platforming, puzzle solving, and combat added into the mix. While an official remake was in the works, it has now been delayed to an unspecified timeline.

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Crimson SkiesCrimson Skies was one of the important arcade flight games which popularised the genre. It is set in an alternate history where the US and Canada are split into small independent territories, where the primary mode of travel and warfare is through the air. Do we need more explanation on why we need a remake here?

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Half-LifeA literal meme at this point, fans have been asking, nay begging for a Half-Life remake for over a decade now. While the hopes of Half-Life 2: Episode 3 all but vanished, Valve might just take a gander at rebooting the whole franchise in its entirety. Safe to say, we’re keeping our fingers crossed.

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Silent HillSilent Hill should be credited as much as the Resident Evil franchise for popularising the survival horror genre. While the latter has gone ahead to be a successful franchise over the years, Konami locked the Silent Game moniker in the boot for many years. Fortunately, though, the publisher did announce that the iconic game will get a remake soon.