The developers are aware that a good game, no matter how old, never ceases to be fun. And taking advantage of the commercial drive that nostalgia has, and that in their catalogs they treasure great fireproof classics, from time to time they decide to give a new opportunity to some of their best works. In recent months we have witnessed the return of the fun Spyro and Crash with Spyro Reignited Trilogy and Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy. Capcom meanwhile gave a master class on how to recover a classic with its revision of Resident Evil 2, and the expectations with Final Fantasy VII Remake are very high.
But sometimes fans do not want to wait for it to produce these official returns and create their own versions, and sometimes the result is surprising. We selected some remakes of these games made by fans that recover, renew, improve and, at times, completely change essential classics.
Black Mesa (Half-Life) Die that Valve keeps on begging, a group of fans has created Black Mesa, an award-winning recreation of the unforgettable first adventure of Gordon Freeman, which is hard to resist. Do not forget to enjoy the first hours of Black Mesa in the Early Access version from Steam.
Goldeneye Source (Goldeneye 007) A content that uses the graphic engine of Valve, Source, to create a multiplayer remake of the GoldenEye 007 video game from Nintendo 64 of 1997. A veteran mod, which can be enjoyed on a network, which was launched in 2005, and which today continues to receive updates.
Pokémon Uranium (Pokémon) RPG Maker XP serves to give shape to this proposal that adds to a new region and 150 new species of Pokémon created by the fans. Although Nintendo stopped the development of this game, it continues to have a huge popularity that translates into new content created by the players.
Shadow Moses (Metal Gear Solid) The Metal Gear Solid of PS1 enjoyed an excellent remake made with Unreal 4 by a group of Spanish fans. Unfortunately, the project had to be canceled for a claim of violation of rights and we were unable to enjoy this work that looked great.
Skywind (The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind) Another ambitious and striking collaborative project in development that recovers the classic RPG of Bethesda by placing it inside the graphic engine of Skyrim: Special Edition, loading it in addition to visual improvement mods. A titanic job that looks amazing and almost seems made by Bethesda.
Super Mario 64 Online (Super Mario 64) Kaze Emanuar, one of the most famous modders of Mario 64, is responsible for this content that adds an interesting cooperative mode for up to 24 players that makes this classic an amazingly fun multiplayer title.
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