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Remasters come and go but these remakes have cemented their legacy.
Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex needs a proper, mainline sequel.
PlayStation Spain teased a title from a "well-known saga" recently.
From nonchalant to straight nightmare fuel, these enemies have no chill in their remakes.
More than just remasters, these remakes took the original titles to a whole new level.
Going out of your way? Be careful - these bonus areas take no prisoners.
Call of Duty: WW2 is also available as an early unlock for subscribers.
Every classic has that one level which you can't help but hate.
The old school revivals have paid off.
Much as we may pine, these games won't be getting easier any time soon.
Now can we have a full fledged Crash Bandicoot 4, please?
Capcom witnessed its biggest UK launch since Resident Evil 7 in 2017.
76 percent of sales for the combat flight game came from the PlayStation 4 version.
Rockstar's epic continues to reign supreme, even with a 53 percent week-on-week sales drop.
Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2 has managed impressive sales in UK even during its second week on the market.
Rockstar's open world epic elevates UK retail market revenue.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 still debuted in first place despite low physical sales.
However, first week physical sales are down 25 percent compared to FIFA 18.
Vicarious Vision's remastered trilogy has already tied with the PS4 release's 2017 streak.
Vicarious Visions' remastered trilogy continues its best-selling run in the region.