The PS2 is a gaming console that remains a personal favorite for many gaming fans to this day. However, since the PS2 became obsolete, there have been surprisingly few remakes of games from that era. Many games released on PS2 are over twenty years old now, and despite having excellent plots and mechanics, they need updating.
With so many remakes of classic games hitting the big time today, it may only be a matter of time before some of these games finally get remade. But games that were ahead of their time may need some help from fans to gain enough support for a remake.
6/6 Silent Hill 2
Silent Hill 2 wasn’t actually originally released for the PS2. Instead, it was fully released in a Collected Edition with all additional content on the PS2 and was considered an excellent game by critics and fans alike. Set in the town of the same name, the game follows a widower who receives a letter from his deceased wife telling him that she is waiting for him at Silent Hill.
The spooky atmosphere and incredible gameplay of Silent Hill 2 could be easily updated for a modern version of the game. With similar survival horror games like resident Evil finding huge success in recent remakes, it’s likely that such a great game could achieve similar success. New silent Hill plans have been mooted recently for the first time in years, and a remaster of this hugely successful entry or a collection of several early games could serve as a prelude to the release of new games in the franchise.
5/6 The Simpsons: Hit & Run
The Simpsons: Hit & Run was an ingenious idea to make a more family friendly game in the same vein as Grand Theft Auto. While these games focus more on adult violence and even sexual content, Hit & Run dealt with the world of Homer, Marge and co, including all the cartoonish violence and absurd story a video game can. to manage.
Hit & Run is still very popular with fans and would do well with a proper remake or remaster. A suite, including the entire Disney brand that The simpsons now has at its disposal, could also be hugely successful. Few other attempts have been made for more inclusive and family-friendly versions of games like GTAand even fewer have succeeded in doing so.
4/6 Final Fantasy 10
It’s strange that there haven’t been more remakes of Final Fantasy Games. The hugely successful franchise has seen huge success with the release of a Final Fantasy VII remake in 2010. Although there have been previous remakes of other games in the series, an update from Final Fantasy 10 would be a great idea today.
Set in the world of Spira, Final Fantasy 10 Where Final Fantasy X has a radical story that pits a group of heroes against a powerful and destructive force called Sin. The Southeast Asia-based world of Spira was a huge departure from many of the other European-based worlds players were used to at the time, and it would be an amazing world to see remade in the Style of Final Fantasy VII.
3/6 safety rope
One of the most unique ideas for a PS2 game, safety rope was a sci-fi game with an incredibly surprising control system. The game was controlled entirely by microphone, with players giving game characters specific instructions. While this is one of the more unusual methods for the only controls in a game that has ever been attempted, it didn’t always work as well as it needed to at the time to make it a very good idea. .
Twenty years later, however, it’s likely that voice activation added to a game of this level could work. safety rope is about two people trying to survive a mutant outbreak of humans on a space station that occurs due to experimental attempts to recreate the Philosopher’s Stone. Rio, the character controlled by voice commands, could already understand 500 commands in the PS2 version, but more could potentially be added in a remake today.
2/6 Clock Tower 3
The Clock tower the games were survival horrors with point-and-click elements and had stories and enemies reminiscent of Resident Evil games. Although there was not such initial success for the Clock tower games, it’s possible that in a world filled with Resident Evil remakes, they could find a new audience.
Clock Tower 3 was the best of the games and managed to bring a great cinematic style of presentation to the series. If used well with new mechanics, a new Clock tower game or a remake of this entry in the franchise could create a huge hit. Games in the same spirit as resident Evil are rare, and it would be great to see another attempt to revive a series that hasn’t been around for a long time.
1/6 The thing
The thing was a legendary film by John Carpenter starring Kurt Russell, who took the idea of paranoia and turned it into a visual and cerebral masterpiece. The game, released in 2002, was a sequel to the movie and was more like a third-person shooter. However, this could be fixed in a remake as there is a huge opportunity with this game.
With the success of other paranoia games like Among us recently, and successful game adaptations of horror films such as Friday 13 and Extraterrestriala new The thing the game could work fantastically. With a multiplayer feature where one of the players is the creature, this game could be a real major hit today.
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