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Title: 2 games that need a next-gen makeover
Posted: April 07, 2010 (12:42 AM)
Earthworm Jim and Fear Effect definitely need a next-generation outing in my opinion......

Earthworm Jim was an awesome platformer during the days of the Sega Mega Drive....the humor, the actions, the objectives....everything was so unique and funny about it.....

Fear Effect on the PSone was also quite good and different....cel-shaded, it had no health meter but a fear meter which was basically your heart beat meter...as u took damage it starting beating faster and u died if u took too much damage....there were no health pick ups in the game...the fear died down once u cleared a segment...so it was tough, rewarding and used a combination of stealth and guns.....and the heroine was a lesbian (which was something new in a game for me)....this one shud definitely make a come-back.....

EmPUser: EmP
Posted: April 07, 2010 (03:39 PM)
I'm a huge fan of both games -- EWJ especially -- but I'm not sure a remake would work. The more advanced the games got for that series, the more they lost their charm and suffered.

A overhual of Fear Effect could be pretty awesome, though. I own but have never played the second. I shall fix this one day.

blood-omenUser: blood-omen
Posted: April 07, 2010 (11:23 PM)
hmmm....i agree with u on the fact that the more advanced a series has gotten the more it lost its charm....maybe thats why Sega is taking Sonic back to its roots....

still it wud be awesome for a remake of both......

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