I suppose my problem with the Remastered edition isn't that it exists, but why it exists in the first place. The goal was to give the people who owned a PS4 but not a PS3 the ability to play the game, but this shouldn't even be a problem in the first place. Removal of backwards compatibility is my biggest complaint leveled against current gen consoles.
The costs to place the Cell and PS3 hardware into the PS4 would make the console not only larger, but much more expensice to produce, we are talking $500+ launch price easy. Doing that was NOT an option. It runs on an entirely different architecture (x86) to boot.
iPhone = Great gaming device. Don't agree? Who cares, because you're wrong.
Final Fantasy VI (iOS), Final Fantasy: Record Keeper (iOS) & Dragon Quest V (iOS)