I've recently picked up two remasterings of 6th Gen titles, Beyond Good & Evil and Resident Evil 4. I picked up BGE mainly because I never gave it more than a night's rental chance back when it came out, am pleasantly pleased with it so far. However I was not pleased to see that as a full game that once sold for just as much as the tiles of today on PS3 and 360, it did not have a Platinum trophy, my friend and I like to collet trophies and he's a bit of a platinum hunter, so he was saddened by this probably more so than I was. I predicted to him then that this won't be the last game to not have a platinum when it needs it, though I didn't know which game wouldn't have it next...I was shocked when it came to light that it was Resident Evil 4.
I've still bought and am currently playing through both games, but it's very upsetting as a fan, in particular Resident Evil 4 which had the full gamerscore of 1000 points on the 360. Resident Evil 4 is even charged at the more expensive rate that 6th Gen remasters go for ($19.99 and £11.99-£13.99) which puts BGE slightly ahead as it's charged at a much cheaper price than regular remasters. Another thing that dawned on me with Resident Evil 4 is that the level set up was quite similar to that of Resident Evil 5, 1-1/1-2/1-3 and so on so forth, and in 5 there was atrophy awarded for each segment.
My question today is, do you think that's it better for the minimalist input of rewards in 6th Gen remasterings on the current consoles or would you like to see more bang for your buck?