There are games that came out on Playstation 3 that we just know would be better on the Playstation 4. Which games would you like to see get released for PS Now? Well, Prima Games is here with a list of Five PS3 Games Sony Should Re-Release for PlayStation 4:
Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time
When it first released in 2012, Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time was greatly overlooked. That's why we believe the master burglar, along with his helpful crew, deserve a second chance on the PS4.
Just imagine a game featuring sharper cel-shaded visuals, consistent 60-frames-per-second speed, lavish worlds and best of all, gameplay that would take advantage of the DualShock 4, particularly with sneaking around and finding bonus treasures. That, and maybe even Sanzaru Games (Thieves In Time's developer) could even throw in a multiplayer component.
This is one heist we certainly wouldn't get tired of, especially with remastered visuals.
The Uncharted Trilogy
With Uncharted 4: A Thief's End ready to hit the PlayStation 4 next year, Sony has a grand opportunity to re-introduce players to the trilogy of games that started it all for Nathan Drake and company. That's why it would be a smart idea to bring together the three previously released Uncharted games for a new generation of players to enjoy.
The original Uncharted: Drake's Fortune remains an entertaining adventure, one filled with plenty of twists and turns that only Naughty Dog could deliver. Uncharted 2: Among Thieves was even better, with beautiful environments, sharp gameplay and a new multiplayer component. Finally, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception finishes off the PS3 trilogy with even more elaborate action sequences and improved multiplayer.
Yes, we know that Naughty Dog is busy, but if anyone should bring the full Uncharted experience to PS4, it's them.
Super Stardust HD
Although it is nearly six years old (released in October 2008), Super Stardust HD continues to be one of the better twitch shooters in existence, with its frenetic twin-stick gameplay and colorful visuals. Considering its developer, Housemarque, is used to the PS4 hardware with its magnificent Resogun, what's stopping the studio from reworking its magic on Super Stardust HD for a new generation?
There are plenty of opportunities that could come from a port like this. The team could introduce more modes, more planets could open up with far greater enemies to destroy and obviously, the community could be challenged with a number of tournaments and other chances to win through the PS4's Share option.
This is one of those timeless experiences that would be right at home on PlayStation 4. How about it, Housemarque?
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