Five Japan-only sequels offer a second helping of fun

It’s a fairly common game development practice: build on a game’s engine and assets to make a new experience on the same platform with less time and effort. It’s resulted in some all-time great games, like The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and it’s also meant dev teams could deliver more than one title in a generation.

These games aren’t often the ones we miss; once a series starts being localized, it tends to stay that way for a while. But sometimes it happens! Thankfully, these are easy games to import, as you know the controls and systems well from the previous game we did get.

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Let’s learn about all of the Mega Man Legends

What an age we live in! It took years, but finally all three Mega Man Legends games are immediately and easily available. No need to scour auction websites or conventions in the hopes of finding the original PlayStation versions or that Nintendo 64 port. Someone can head right to the PlayStation Store and get Mega Man Legends, Mega Man Legends 2 and The Misadventures of Tron Bonne for your PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, or PlayStation Vita.

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Don’t forget about Final Fantasy VII’s Genesis

Everyone is abuzz about the Final Fantasy VII Remake, and rightfully so. New footage was released at the PlayStation Experience and Square Enix spoke out about what people could expect from the PlayStation 4 version of one of the most iconic JRPGs in history. But in all this talk about the game, a rather important figure has been forgotten. They forgot about Genesis Rhapsodos.

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