Also the GBA is the apex of portable gaming compared to that multiscreen Game and watch wanna be monster known as a NDS, or that PPC called a PSP. Seriously, if you think the GBA is lacking, then you need to hand in your gaming license, and get some exprience in playing games. Next your going to start crying over Fatal Fury II Special, and start whining about how those SNK graphics moves are terrible.
That is just fandom 360 talk. If you actualy owned the real game, and enjoyed it fully, then you would have a differnt light. In videogames you can only truly exprience the game for what it is, on it's original platform. You can never get the same gist playing threw a fancy emulator or port. This is the same kinda talk that people said about "House of the dead" on the Saturn, yet at that point in time, owning HOTD on the Saturn was just as good as owning the actual arcade, if not even better. However nobody could ever take away that feeling playing the arcade in a fun-time, or theather, carnival, or store at all. Personal I pefer owning the arcade cabnient of House of the dead, but for now I have my Saturn version. Then comes along years later, SEGA attempting to rehash the past for a few quick bucks, they released HOTD on this and that. I mean I am so sorry, that I enjoy my Ms. Pac-man on my Atari 2600. I know your playing, Ms pacman on your magical pan-tasic console in HD, but I just do not consider that port to be a real exprience.Also Guardian Heroes does not "belong" on Sega Saturn. That's like saying Sonic "belongs" on Sega Genesis and shouldn't be ported to any other consoles.
Treasure like Konomi made a different project for every system. Meaning they never remake the same exact game. Guardian Heroes was built for the Saturn in specific. If it was not a Saturn game, then it would have never been made. In fact it might have been a different game all together. If you could feel GH on a Saturn maybe you would
It is called a quick buck. They just fill our imaginations, with ideas like that, to give us the impluse to buy them. You know what timeless is? Timeless is you turning on a rocking Saturn, and playing GH and other Saturn original games. Remaking the game is their for a quick buck. Like Sonic the Hedgehog original on the GBA.Videogames like these are timeless and more markets like PS3 deserve to have them playable on those systems too.
Guardian Heroes HD is the ultimate remakeOmgshGuardian Heroes at its best.
The fandom implusor, wishfull thinking, continues............ The ULLLLTTTIMMMMMATTTTTEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You how many time I said that to myself? When we had the SNES, Nintendo was going to call their N64 system. Ultra Nintendo, or even the Ultra 64 AKA U64. Why didn't they call it that? Because they knew five hundred years later somebody else would say the same thing. The GH port you are talking about is slowler, then the original, and has a look to it, that is unatural. In fact your lucky they did not redo the game in full 3d like Sonic 4, otherwise it would be another Double Dragon mess.
Treasure did make a whole bunch of great games, but at the same time, people got too smart, and too tired of Japanese games being watered down when brought to the west. GHA was wonderful, and is the sequel that you want. In fact your question should be "why didn't treasure just ported GHA to the Live stream instead, which would have given you what you really wanted". If Treasure never ported GH from the Saturn, you would be singing a different tune entirely.Treasure has the drive to make a worthy Guardian Heroes sequel
Like I said, Treasure never makes the same game twice. Ikaruga was a great shooter on the GCN. The problems is the lack of over the top animated cut scenes, and cartoonish elements,Ikaruga, which is totally inferior to Radiant Silvergun