Sega reveals the release window for Sonic Adventure 2 HD and NiGHTS: into Dreams HD
Earlier today, Sega released a trailer for what appears to be a new brand name for re-released classics, The Sega Heritage Collection.
Sonic Adventure 2 HD and NiGHTS in Dreams HD have been revealed as initial titles and they’ve been confirmed for an October release. Although Sega has yet to give a concrete release date for either game, it’s great to know that we can expect them within the next month or so.
Also in the collection is the September 18 HD re-release of Jet Set Radio.
Here’s the trailer:
Are you Sega fans excited to replay these Saturn & Dreamcast classics in glorious high-definition?
Didn't they already rerelease Jet Set Radio, making this a rererelease? Or am I just wrong?
Reply if your excited for these AMAZING classics!
oh btw I hope they link the chao garden from the SADX currently on the xbox
I'll be downloading all of these!
the dreamcast had the potential to output in with the VGA adapter to 480. it can also be boosted to 720. But hopefully SEGA actually dose some upgrades.
I don't like it, yet my stool continues to be quite loose...
Thanks for clearing that up to us peasants who "cannot fathom" "REAL HD GFX! as well as a supreme being like you can. VIDEO GAMES!
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If you seriously cannot see the difference between the two, then you have problems with your occipital lobe.
I call it like I see it. Don't like it? Tough shit.
They aren't lying in the slightest. I can put Metal Gear Solid 2 in my PS2 or backwards compatible PS3. Then I can put in HD Collection and see a very noticeable improvement. Some HD collections are pretty miserable (SIlent HIll) and some are done very well (MGS, DMC) And Jeez don't go calling me a dumbass for disagreeing with you. You were mean to someone on the internet, great. I forgot you can't have an actual discussion about video games online. I hardly post on here anymore and now I remember why.
There are Dreamcast emulators, and it works flawlessly. If you can't get it to work, that's your fault.
And here's a quick lesson in "Real & Fake HD" because you cannot fathom what "Real HD" means.
-The devs did NOT re-design the game's levels, characters, items, etc. in HD.
-The devs did NOT re-render the game's levels, characters, items, etc. in HD.
-The devs did NOT improve the frame rate.
So what did the devs do? They made the picture resolution larger, probably to 1920x1080 and slapped the letters "HD" at the end of the title.
Oh btw, SA2 and NID are both multiplats, so my GC emulator can play SA2, and my PS2 emulator can play NID.
Ah, the classic "don't like it, don't buy it." Look dumbass, it ain't alright for video game companies to lie to consumers, especially when they promise an HD re-mastering of some classic games, but in actuality, they haven't done a damn thing to enhance the graphics.
Does anyone else think Sega will release another a collection on disc with HD updates of their classics? HotD3&4, Sonic Adventure 1&2, NiGHTS, Jet Set Radio, Space Channel 5 Part 2 and Yakuza 1&2?
I barely even want the HD SA2 remake, the only reason i am buying it is because Sega deserves as much money as possible for creating such a masterpiece in the first place.
That is true, but still I don't think that is still enough of a reason not to buy HD collections. Then again, I don't buy them either normally. I like having the original games. If the game is old, I want it to feel that way.
Actually most emulators don't do that when it's possible. By using emulators such as Project64, you can actually run any N64 game in true widescreen resolutions (any resolutions that are supported by your display) with proper aspect ratio, same goes with the Dreamcast emulator. Not that widescreen is recommended, many games don't draw lots of objects that go out of their original view boundaries, but the games look good most of the time. You can even run PS1 games in true HD resolutions, although you can't change the aspect ratio.
Anyhow, an actual PC version of with native resolution support is probably a much better deal, because that way you don't have to worry about slow emulation speed or the object drawing crap I explained earlier.
The ONLY way i will get SA2 is if it has online Chao garden. otherwise i have absolutely no interest. I'm good with the DC/GC versions.
I can't wait for NiGHTS. Still have my Saturn, but it's seems to be on it's last legs so if I can play some of it's games without risking it dying then I'm all for games like NiGHTS coming out again.