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Hey PlatinumGames, Think We Can Get Remasters of These 3 Games Too?


Hey PlatinumGames, Think We Can Get Remasters of These 3 Games Too?

Developer PlatinumGames recently opened up a new teaser site called Four.PlatinumGames where the company is teasing four new upcoming projects. The first of these projects is a Kickstarter campaign for The Wonderful 101: Remastered, which is a port of the Wii U title that’ll be coming to PS4, PC, and Switch after several stretch goals have been met.

Now, the big question that remains is what are the other mysterious projects currently in the works over at PlatinumGames? Well, if they all happen to be ports of older titles, here are three other games that the team should definitely consider remastering as well.


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MadWorld was the first game that was developed by PlatinumGames’ and it was published by Sega for the Nintendo Wii back in 2009. It was a hyper-stylized black and white hack and slash beat ’em up that only had one bright color, and that color was red.

MadWorld was extremely gory with each enemy oozing with blood whenever you would kill them, which pretty much happened at any given moment. There were many different ways to approach how you deal with enemies in the arenas and it was super satisfying to pull off.

MadWorld didn’t get much attention when it launched because of its exclusivity on the Wii and the big M for Mature on the front of the box, leaving parents hesitant to pick it up for their children. Also, PlatinumGames was fairly new back then, so the studio didn’t have as an impressive library of games under its belt as it does now.

It performed well from a critical perspective as it was a enjoyable experience and that was very different from what the Wii’s library had to offer but a remastered port on modern consoles with some touched-up controls would be fantastic to see play out.

Since The Wonderful 101 is getting a remastered port, why not MadWorld too? I would start that Kickstarter myself.

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