The remake engine is in full overdrive as we all know, and although some of these games are nowhere near the quality of the original, there are others that surpass our expectations. (Deus Ex: Human Revolution and
Although this game has seen a recent remake on Facebook, a graphically superior PC or console version would once again see us spending countless hours building our cities up, as well as cursing like crazy when a hurricane tears through half of it, just to force us to build it all up again.
Undying was one of the only first-person shooter's that was truly scary, mostly due to majority of the plot being developed by none other than horror author - Clive Barker. With it's terrifying supernatural story, and "Scrye" spell which gave you the ability to see things that most humans couldn't (such as hanging bodies from gargoyles in the courtyard, or blood dripping up to the ceiling) If this was remade I would not recommend playing it at night in the dark.
This game saw you manuevering a ship through a labyrinth of areas in which you could navigate in any direction and face off against other ships. Part flight simulator and part First Person Shooter, this game would work well with an Xbox or Playstation controller and once again we would have to develop our sense of direction and reflexes beyond their usual limits.
6.)Black and White
News surfaced last year that a new sequel was being developed for this series, but further information was scarce and no-one seems to know if it's still in the works.
It put you in control of a giant robot, armed to the teeth will all manner of weapons and customizations. Even if a new one isn't released, I would love to see a remake of the best of the series with it's brilliant music and excellent mechanics - Mechwarrior 2.
1.)Final Fantasy 7
If one game deserves to be number 1 on the list for a chance to be remade, it's definitely Final Fantasy 7. The first Final Fantasy to be released on the Playstation 1, and also the first to feature three dimensional aspects in both gameplay and world exploration, it was undeniably the most popular and one of the most emotional game moments in history. Spanning 3 cd's and beautifully rendered for it's time, it was easily the best in the series. A CGI movie sequel was made a few years ago with the Title: Final Fantasy 7 - Advent Children. Extremely well received, all Final Fantasy fans (new and old alike) are all calling for a HD version of this game. No news of it has ever been announced, but many people are hoping for it.