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Beyond Good & Evil HD

Beyond Good & Evil HD [Review]

Overall Feeling: 

Beyond Good & Evil is one oft those often talked about/oft praised titles that not enough people have gone back to confirm it was worthy of. An Xbox Live HD re-do of the title provides a perfect opportunity to both revisit a classic game, and introduce those that weren't lucky enough to have a chance at it the first time around.

The Pros: 

+Gorgeous artwork/styling

+Solid story from begin to end

+Easy/fun gameplay and combat

+Interesting and unique characters

+Proof that some games can hold to the test of time

The Cons: 

-Minor glitches in the game that haven't been resolved Rating : 

Back in 2003 Beyond Good & Evil stepped out of the shadows and blew away critics with its original story line, compelling characters, varied gameplay and catering to collection fanatics. For a long while now many in the industry have been singing its praises, myself included, and yet the sales figures never really backed up what we all knew to be true: Beyond Good & Evil was an original in its own rights, and a fantastic piece of video game history. As with any iconic classic though, there’s always the question if it can hold the test of time.

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Beyond Good & Evil HD finally coming out but there's a catch...

Ubisoft may be dragging their feet when it comes to Beyond Good & Evil 2, but at least the company is giving us Beyond Good & Evil HD for the PSN and XBLA.  Announced out of the blue last year, the game is the latest in Ubisoft’s series of HD remixes but this time it seems like more attention is being paid to the game, perhaps because this re-release can serve as a launching pad for the series to become a hit

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