Sony has revealed the first PlayStation 4 Pro footage of the Shadow of the Colossus remake, which is due for release in 2018.
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Shadow of the Colossus is a beloved game for many, widely considered to be in the upper echelons of "greats" in gaming.
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The game looks to follow the remaster of the Crash Bandicoot trilogy that was a huge success, but Bluepoint is trying to improve the graphics engine while leaving the rest of the game intact.
Unfortunately, a release date for the remake wasn't provided - it's still set to release in 2018 for the PlayStation 4. The remaster for Shadow of the Colossus managed to fix the frame rate issues on PS3 while offering the same visuals with better clarity at HD resolution. The whole game creates an aesthetic that is truly unique and binds you emotionally to the game and the protagonist, that's what made Shadow of The Colossus such an exemplary experience. It's certainly always possible that this remake could deliver new chapters, new stories, new monsters, and a generally expanded take on the original title, but at the moment, we're going to assume that most of the original game's core elements are in place. In order to restore the life of his love, Mono, he must defeat 16 colossi.
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