When one looks back at the games of yore many memories of fun, bedazzlement, and hearty feelings tend to rush through their minds. Once in a great while we as gamers are given the chance to relive some of those great titles of our youth, sometimes with a nice fresh coat of paint. Sega has been one of those game developers out there who has listened to the call of the fanbase, and for about roughly 72% of the time they respond back with something everyone can clamor over about.
Within these past couple months they have given Sega fans the chance to return to two beloved classics: Jet Set Radio and NiGHTS into Dreams..., with giving players a beacon of hope that the success of these rereleases will drive forward a return to these franchises with new games in the future. Restored in glorious HD both games give a reminder to older fans of how far along we've come since their first release, as well as showcase to newcomers where the gaming revolution first started. Unfortunately despite being classics, we are also reintroduced to some of the flaws of these titles, but more on that later.