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20th Jul '17 3:52:51 PM Neosonic97
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*''Videogame/CrashBandicoot1996'', ''Videogame/CrashBandicoot2CortexStrikesBack'' and ''Videogame/CrashBandicoot3Warped'' were all remade for the Playstation 4 in a collection package known as ''Videogame/CrashBandicootNSaneTrilogy''. This collection features all three original Crash Games with new graphics and several new features, including but not limited to Coco Bandicoot being playable in all three games, Time Trials being added to Crash 1 and Crash 2, Crash 1's Save System being reworked, and more. On top of this, there is also DLC confirmed to be coming to the N.Sane Trilogy, the first pack being 'The Lost Treasures', which features cut content from Crash Bandicoot 1. The first of these stages has already been released to the public: [[spoiler:Stormy Ascent.]]
17th Jul '17 4:51:34 PM DragonRanger
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* For ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', after two straight generations of no "third version", Game Freak's love of this trope returned with a vengeance with the announcement of ''Ultra Sun'' and ''Ultra Moon'', giving the Sun and Moon games the Black and White 2 treatment. More details to come until the games' release in November.

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* For ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', after two straight generations %% Please do not add ''VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon'' until we know for sure whether or not they're updates of no "third version", Game Freak's love of this trope returned with a vengeance with the announcement of ''Ultra Sun'' and ''Ultra Moon'', giving the Sun and Moon games the Black original ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon''. And please remember that if they're proper sequels a la ''Black 2 and White 2 treatment. More details 2'', they're aversions to come until the games' release in November.this trope.
15th Jul '17 1:49:36 PM ViperAcidZX
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* The Steam release of ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' adds a customizable dual-screen mode, a speedrun mode, and the re-inclusion of the cut mid-stage dialogue from the original Japanese version with extra content added monthly. The [=3DS=] version of the first ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' was later relocalized and had its cut dialogue restored with the ''[[CompilationRerelease Striker Pack]]'', which also bundled it with its sequel. The digital versions of the game also received a patch for those that already had the game prior to the ''Striker Pack''. The ''Striker Pack'' itself also got an updated ported for the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch, which presents the games for the first time in 60 FPS, added HD rumble support, HD event graphics, all [=DLCs=] of ''Azure Striker Gunvolt 2'' included, a new song for Lumen, balance tweaks and implementing the Kudos difficulty system into the first game, and multiple language support.

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* The Steam release of ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' adds a customizable dual-screen mode, a speedrun mode, and the re-inclusion of the cut mid-stage dialogue from the original Japanese version with extra content added monthly. The [=3DS=] version of the first ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' was later relocalized and had its cut dialogue restored with the ''[[CompilationRerelease Striker Pack]]'', which also bundled it with its sequel. The digital versions of the game also received a patch for those that already had the game prior to the ''Striker Pack''. The ''Striker Pack'' itself also got an updated ported port for the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch, which presents the games for the first time in 60 FPS, revised the HUD and UI to take advantage of a single screen as opposed to the originals dual-screen setup, added HD rumble support, HD event graphics, all [=DLCs=] of ''Azure Striker Gunvolt 2'' included, a new song for Lumen, balance tweaks and implementing the Kudos difficulty system into the first game, and multiple language support.
15th Jul '17 1:47:37 PM ViperAcidZX
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* The Steam release of ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' adds a customizable dual-screen mode, a speedrun mode, and the re-inclusion of the cut mid-stage dialogue from the original Japanese version with extra content added monthly. The [=3DS=] version of the first ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' was later relocalized and had its cut dialogue restored with the ''[[CompilationRerelease Striker Pack]]'', which also bundled it with its sequel. The digital versions of the game also received a patch for those that already had the game prior to the ''Striker Pack''.

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* The Steam release of ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt'' adds a customizable dual-screen mode, a speedrun mode, and the re-inclusion of the cut mid-stage dialogue from the original Japanese version with extra content added monthly. The [=3DS=] version of the first ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' was later relocalized and had its cut dialogue restored with the ''[[CompilationRerelease Striker Pack]]'', which also bundled it with its sequel. The digital versions of the game also received a patch for those that already had the game prior to the ''Striker Pack''. The ''Striker Pack'' itself also got an updated ported for the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch, which presents the games for the first time in 60 FPS, added HD rumble support, HD event graphics, all [=DLCs=] of ''Azure Striker Gunvolt 2'' included, a new song for Lumen, balance tweaks and implementing the Kudos difficulty system into the first game, and multiple language support.
11th Jul '17 1:42:17 AM technix
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%%* For ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', after two straight generations of no "third version", Game Freak's love of this trope returned with a vengeance with the announcement of ''Ultra Sun'' and ''Ultra Moon''. Unlike previous "third versions" (and possibly due to the time mechanic), it's split up into two games, but otherwise follows the same formula; the same basic storyline with modest additions and improvements, most notably armored variations of Solgaleo and Lunala.

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%%* * For ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', after two straight generations of no "third version", Game Freak's love of this trope returned with a vengeance with the announcement of ''Ultra Sun'' and ''Ultra Moon''. Unlike previous "third versions" (and possibly due to Moon'', giving the time mechanic), it's split up into two games, but otherwise follows Sun and Moon games the same formula; Black and White 2 treatment. More details to come until the same basic storyline with modest additions and improvements, most notably armored variations of Solgaleo and Lunala.games' release in November.
20th Jun '17 9:39:22 AM DragonRanger
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* For ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', after two straight generations of no "third version", Game Freak's love of this trope returned with a vengeance with the announcement of ''Ultra Sun'' and ''Ultra Moon''. Unlike previous "third versions" (and possibly due to the time mechanic), it's split up into two games, but otherwise follows the same formula; the same basic storyline with modest additions and improvements, most notably armored variations of Solgaleo and Lunala.

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* %%* For ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', after two straight generations of no "third version", Game Freak's love of this trope returned with a vengeance with the announcement of ''Ultra Sun'' and ''Ultra Moon''. Unlike previous "third versions" (and possibly due to the time mechanic), it's split up into two games, but otherwise follows the same formula; the same basic storyline with modest additions and improvements, most notably armored variations of Solgaleo and Lunala.
19th Jun '17 4:10:21 PM ViperAcidZX
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* ''VideoGame/ExZeus'' had an updated version released on mobile platforms as ''[=ExZeus=] Arcade'', which improved on the visuals, added difficulty levels, and added online leaderboards.



** ''Doom'' has had quite a few of these. ''The Ultimate Doom'' was a commercial re-release of the first game, which included a fourth episode to bridge the gap between it and ''Doom II'' (for what little that's worth, given the [[ExcusePlot bare-bones story]]). Around the same time was ''Doom95'', a port of the engine designed to work with Windows 95, made in response to estimates stating that ''Doom'' was installed on more computers than Win95 was[[note]]as an interesting tidbit: the team that made the port was lead by none other than [[Creator/ValveSoftware Gabe Newell]][[/note]].

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** ''Doom'' has had quite a few of these. ''The Ultimate Doom'' was a commercial re-release of the first game, which included a fourth episode to bridge the gap between it and ''Doom II'' (for what little that's worth, given the [[ExcusePlot bare-bones story]]). Around the same time was ''Doom95'', ''[=Doom95=]'', a port of the engine designed to work with Windows 95, made in response to estimates stating that ''Doom'' was installed on more computers than Win95 [=Win95=] was[[note]]as an interesting tidbit: the team that made the port was lead by none other than [[Creator/ValveSoftware Gabe Newell]][[/note]].


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* ''[=ExZeus=] 2'' was originally ported to Windows 8 or later systems through the Windows Store in 2014 that was mostly a direct port of the smartphone version. An updated version was released in 2017 that slightly improved the visuals, supported higher native resolutions, added remappable controls for controller and keyboard, and does not require a Windows 8 or later machine to play it.
6th Jun '17 8:29:31 AM Midna
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* For ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', after two straight generations of no "third version", Game Freak's love of this trope returned with a vengeance with the announcement of ''Ultra Sun'' and ''Ultra Moon''. Unlike previous "third versions" (and possibly due to the time mechanic), it's split up into two games, but otherwise follows the same formula; the same basic storyline with modest additions and improvements, most notably armored variations of Solgaleo and Lunala.
6th Jun '17 7:33:45 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* On June 6,2017 Nintendo announced and updated version of ''VideoGame/PokkenTournament'' for the Nintendo Switch which would include five additional characters.

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* On June 6,2017 6, 2017 Nintendo announced and updated version of ''VideoGame/PokkenTournament'' for the Nintendo Switch which would include five additional characters.characters and a 3 vs 3 battle mode.
6th Jun '17 7:32:23 AM IAmNotAFunguy
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* On June 6,2017 Nintendo announced and updated version of ''VideoGame/PokkenTournament'' for the Nintendo Switch which would include five additional characters.
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