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Which PS1 classic should be remade next?

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night 165 11.55%
Dino Crisis 204 14.29%
Final Fantasy VIII 150 10.50%
Final Fantasy IX 107 7.49%
Final Fantasy Tactics 76 5.32%
The Legend of Dragoon 117 8.19%
Metal Gear Solid 240 16.81%
Parasite Eve 95 6.65%
Silent Hill 215 15.06%
Other: Please leave a comment with choice 59 4.13%
Leynos said:
Let Monolith remake Xenogears

Disc 2 finally in complete form 😀

Btw, I think Dino Crisis or Parasite Eve would be prime candidate to receive a remake or more so a reboot.

Although I don't think SE could pull it off in the later case.

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I'll go with Soul Reaver.

Metal Gear Solid hands down

Persona 1
Persona 2 : Innocent sin + Persona 2 : Eternal Punishment

Their abit long in the tooth, and it makes them less enjoyable for people that might want to play though the entire series.
Most people will be like "yep I'm starting from Persona 3" after seeing Persona 1 & 2.

I picked Legend of Dragoon because I honestly think it'd worth it. That game deserves way more attention.

Gameplay > Graphics

Substance > Style

Art Direction > Realism

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Suikoden I and II.
I mean, its obvious.

What even is going on with that poll tho, Dino Crisis? Really? Of the poll, SON would be my obvious #1 choice. MGS, Parasite Eve would be #2. The lack of love for Legacy of Kain is... Noticeable.

Alundra tho... Breath of Fire 3 and 4. Vagrant Story....

Last edited by Jpcc86 - on 14 April 2020

I love Symphony of the Night and MGS, but I'm not sure how much they could benefit from a remake and MGS technically already had one.
So I'd probably say Suikoden instead (1 and 2 preferably).

None, I'd much rather see studios push on with new original games than go with the ever increasing Remake culture to play on fan nostalgia.

Every 3D Gen 5 game needs a remake.

Metal Gear Solid with the original music.

The “remake” with the different soundtrack was bloody awful.