Remember the PS2 days? When 3D platformers were a dime in a dozen and the best of the best battled it out for fandom? Of course, I’m talking about Ratchet & Clank, Jak & Daxter, and Sly Cooper.
Nobody really expected much of 2016’s remake of Ratchet & Clank, but what we got was a faithful recreation of the original with a slew of upgrades to its visuals and gameplay. The result is a game that feels truly new, and sets up a reinvigorated world for the series to expand upon in the future.
But what about Sly Cooper? He deserves a chance to bring back the magic of 2002 just as much as his Lombax cousin, and here’s a few reasons why.