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Half-Life to Vice City: 8 classics we want remastered for next-gen

If we’re only going to get remasters and HD remakes for Xbox One and PS4 in the near future, can we have these ones please?

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Hd headlines

  • Patents detail possibility of 3D, HD display for Wii U Controller

    Patents filed with the USPTO office by Nintendo show that at some point, the firm was – and still may be – looking to incorporate HD and glasses-free 3D into its tablet-like controller for Wii U.

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  • Beyond Good & Evil HD, Torchlight join Xbox Live Arcade House Party

    Following its CES 2011 press event, Microsoft decided to crank the excitement up by announcing the Xbox Live Arcade House Party. The event brings with it five new downloadable releases, the cream of which is indubitably the classic Beyond Good & Evil HD and addictive Torchlight.

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  • Microsoft: HD remakes not a priority unless they can "provide real value to the customer"

    Sad to say, time has not been kind to many old-school original Xbox titles. Once on the very bleeding edge of graphical fidelity, they’re now more likely to make your eyes bleed than anything else. But hey, that’s what HD remakes are for, right? Wrong, says Microsoft.

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  • Rumour: PSP2 screen bigger than current model, more

    Kotaku’s got some new “rumour” on PSP2′s form factor, including claims that the console sports a large, HD screen.

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  • Rumor - Splinter Cell and PoP Trilogies in HD hitting PS3 by year's end

    Amazon France has listings on its site for a Splinter Cell Trilogy and a Prince of Persia Trilogy, and it has both slated to hit PS3 in November in full HD glory.

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  • Sony surveying interest in more HD upgrades

    Sony asking users if there are any other titles they’d like to see given God of War-like HD treatment.

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  • Nintendo will "move along in step" with HD tech, says Miyamoto

    The Miyamoto floodgates have opened. Unless we explicitly say otherwise, you should probably just assume that any headline we post for the next 24 hours is a Miyamoto quote. (Miyamoto247? We think it has a nice ring to it.) This time, he’s talking HD graphics and Nintendo’s stance on them. “I don’t think there’s anything […]

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  • Nier developer wants an HD Wii, stat!

    Nier director Yoko Taro’s got a blog. Sometimes, he writes things on that blog. Sometimes, those things are about the Wii’s lack of graphical power. This is one of those times. According to a post translated by Andriasang, Taro got an eyeful of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers. And while Crystal Bearers sparkled […]

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  • Iwata: Bringing HD to Wii would add no "significant meaning"

    Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has said that adding HD compatibility to Wii would have no “significant meaning” for players. “If we have an opportunity to make a new console, it will probably support HD because it is now common throughout the world,” the boss told VentureBeat. “However, as far as the Wii is concerned, we […]

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  • Haze not in HD, confirms Littlewood

    In an interview with Ripten, Haze creative lead Derek Littlewood confirmed that – contrary to reports on the Playstation blog – the game does not run in high definition. The shooter runs in 1024×576 (576p) and not 1024×720 (720p), meaning it leaves the PS3 to upscale. Littlewood, however, doesn’t see what the fuss is about: […]

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  • Worldwide HD TV sales overtake CRT

    It says so here. According to company DisplaySearch, LCD TV sales rose 56 percent in the past year, and now account for 47 percent of the global market. There’s even a graph to prove it. Great news if you’re the only console available with a built in HD movie drive, right Sony?

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  • UK Live movies "skewing towards HD"

    According to this, uptake for high definition movies on the British Xbox Live Video Store is outweighing demand for standard definition content. “We’re just two months into the life cycle from a UK point of view, and from indicators we’re already beginning to receive, firstly we’re performing above expectations, secondly we’re very much skewing towards […]

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