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I'm pretty sure that doesn't matter because the rights to the Spyro IP always belong to the publisher. My point was that companies don't want to fix bad games, or fix the flaws in good/decent games. Even in HeartGold and SoulSilver, a bunch of Gen 2 Pokémon still have 1% encounter rates (eg...
The nostalgia > modernisation problem is common in all video game remakes, unfortunately. People would love to see a remake of Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly that includes everything the developers wanted to include, but that's never going to happen because that's not why companies make remakes.
Really? I never knew that.
I'm also thinking about how you couldn't do the Hearthome Gym the first time you went to Hearthome City in Diamond and Pearl for some reason, which they changed in Platinum. Also, I don't like how they got rid of the Happiny egg you get in the gate to route 209 in...
I remember TamashiiHiroka speculating that Sinnoh was designed to be non-linear in her Diamond and Pearl review. Maybe they could actually do that? I'm not expecting Breath of the Wild, obviously, just challenging the gyms in any order.
While I agree that Diamond and Pearl are badly-structured, I feel nostalgic for aimlessly wandering around in Diamond until I figured out where I was supposed to go. It made finishing the game feel like more of an accomplishment. I don't get that feeling from games any more, and I think it's...