Feature: 17 remasters we would love in 2019 - Nintendo Life

After we had looked at which Wii U games and 3DS games we want to switch to switch, we drank even more moonshine and Really began to dream, looking back even further, imagining which games would be ready for Nintendo's HD Remaster treatment all back catalog.

Before we begin, we should clarify what kind of remaster we are talking about. Think in the direction of The legend of Zelda: Okarina of the time and Majora's mask for Nintendo 3DS. Both games were graphically updated, but allowed some minor gameplay changes as well. However, the focus is on visuals rather than a complete remake. Another example would be Okami HD, With us now? Well.

Another deciding factor is how well the game would work today or how little it was valued at the time. Maybe a new audience would understand it a second time? We start with these principles!

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64)The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64)

Editor: Nintendo / Developer: Nintendo EAD

Release date: 23 November 1998 (United States of America) / 11 December 1998 (UK / EU)

There is a strong argument for one full Remake of The legend of Zelda: Okarina of the timebut we would also opt for a Full HD remaster instead. The historic release of the 1990s has already been updated for Nintendo 3DS, but did not miss the resolution upgrade that Switch would have. Whenever we think about this game, we look forward to a remaster and we certainly can not be alone. Come on, Nintendo, make it happen!

SSX Tricky (GCN)SSX Tricky (GCN)

Editor: Electronic Arts / Developer: EA Canada

Release date: 2 December 2001 (United States of America) / July 12, 2002 (UK / EU)

Remember when games were right now fun? SSX Tricky a consumed enormously Time for the players in the early 00s; His sense of fun was just not his ridiculous Concept of gravity and more tricks than the encyclopedia of a magician. It's been a while since we played anything quite So we would like to visit the Tokyo Megaplex again.

Beyond Good and Evil (GCN)Beyond Good and Evil (GCN)

Editor: Ubisoft / Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier

Release date: 12 November 2003 (United States of America) / February 27, 2004 (UK / EU)

With the pre-sequel in development, Beyond Good and Evil is another GameCube classic who wants to get the upgrade treatment from Switch. Ancel has already been remastered for Xbox and PlayStation. Ancel's action-adventure game could easily happen if the right people give the green light to the harbor. Ubisoft, are you listening?

Oof! Something Great Play there. If you had to look back on Nintendo's back catalog, which games would you like to play again in HD or on Switch? Let us know in the comments.

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