@dipset said in Port or Remaster:
#3 is better than nothing but I guess #2 is best for ease of just getting the game we remember and love with only a few small changes. Should be “easier” than a fully fledged remaster or remake.
I’d kill to just pop my Tony Hawk or SSX games into my PS5 and have it work but that really isn’t going to happen, so I’d happily take a quick little resolution fix for my 16:9 TV and a little small little tweaks and I’m playing SSX Tricky again.
I've got to say I loved the likes of the PS classics simply due to the affordability. Sure, I owned a lodt of them on disk already but the ability to pick up a bunch on the handheld for portable play was great due to thier average £3-4 price points.
Older games I see popping up as I browse PSN now though just don't seem to compare, I spot things like Romancing Saga 3 or Chrono Cross, think about grabbing it for convenience and then spot the price and change my mind. While never on the UK store, Chrono Cross used to be on the US PSN for about $4. Its remaster clearly has a few perks but I'm just not sure they are worth paying five times the price.