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Reviewed December 08, 2004

sonicthedgehog says: "In today's world, there are plenty of old, outdated video games that are yearning to be remade on a new console. Whether they do well or not is up to the company who handles it, each one being able to bring it back in many different ways, for better or for worse. But how they can go about it depends on how the game needs to be updated. Some can stick the game in a compilation, some can remake the game much like how "Double Dragon" "River City Ransom EX" were handled. But the most dangerous by fa..."
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