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My guess is KH1, but I also believe game size comes into consideration. Sources say the game is bigger than 2gb so I'm not so sure. However, it was a Playstation's Greatest Hits title, so I guess we'll see when the time is right.Should we start placing bets on if it's getting KH1 or KH2?
I can definitely see Spyro, Crash, Metal Gear Solid, and Twisted Metal. Maybe Resident Evil 1. The others, in my opinion, just aren't iconic enough.Watch as it's the vanilla version & not FM.
Anyway, taking a crack at guessing the remaining PS1 games:
6. Crash Bandicoot 1
7. Spyro The Dragon 2
8. Tomb Raider x (hell if I know which is the favorite entry).
9. Crash Team Racing
10. Legend of Dragoon
11. Metal Gear Solid
12. Castlevania Symphony of the Night
13. Gran Turismo
14. Twisted Metal 2
15. Resident Evil 1
16. Mega Man X4
17. Final Fantasy Tactics
18. Parasite Eve
19. Time Crisis (Light gun sold separately)
20. Medal of Honor
Well wouldn't that be a conflict of interest? Crash & Spyro because it'll likely just be a single game from both franchises & not the entire trilogies but MediEvil on the classic might take away from the remaster's sales.Medieval has gotta be up there since they are remastering it for PS4.
Oh definitely. But just as it's one of the "faces" of that generation it just may be criminal, as odd as it is, to some to not be in the collection. I know it seems weird but I can just see this happening somehow.Well wouldn't that be a conflict of interest? Crash & Spyro because it'll likely just be a single game from both franchises & not the entire trilogies but MediEvil on the classic might take away from the remaster's sales.
Why should we? It was kinda obvious when the PSP became piracy haven and the PS Vita flopped equal or harder than the Wii U, even against the 3DS, that had a rocky start due to it being overpriced. Plus the way Sony answered question about a Vita successor, and how they praised the Switch, it was kinda obvious they were just maintaining their investors on the edge up until they could make the final decision of leaving the handheld market to Nintendo.I'm shocked that nobody's talking about this,
To be honest, there is nothing Sony could have brought to the table besides either a PS Vita 2, or a Switch knock-off. So I'm kinda relieved they didn't decide to waste money, seeing as how Sony isn't even in the best position right now to make financial blunders. Sure, their gaming/entertainment department is doing alright, but the corporation's other departments aren't. Again, the least they'd need now is another flop like the Vita was.This is genuinely disappointing.
Devs did. The Vita was too ahead of its time and the development costs were basically on-par or equal to that of home console projects. The Vita's sole reason of failure wasn't the marketing.nobody hated Sony's hardware,
Nintendo isn't even in the home or portable department. Read about the "Blue Ocean Shift Strategy". Nintendo is occupying both the home and handheld markets. Sony dominates home, so they can't have that much of a slice from the home market; mobile gaming dominates the handheld department, so Nintendo can't risk it all there. What can you do? Simple: merge both of your home and handheld development departments and you get success. The Switch is performing on-par with the Wii, which was a phenomena back then.Nintendo having a monopoly in the handheld gaming market gives them a reason to raise prices, that's bad for us.
Nintendo's never gonna release another dedicated handheld again. It will have to be another hybrid console. The dedicated handheld space is now permanently occupied by mobiles.Sony will exit portable gaming market in 2019, leaving market open to Nintendo - Business Insider
I'm shocked that nobody's talking about this, Sony is exiting the handheld console market. This is genuinely disappointing. See, nobody hated Sony's hardware, they just hated their awful marketing scheme and lack of ongoing support for their handhelds.
Nintendo having a monopoly in the handheld gaming market gives them a reason to raise prices, that's bad for us.