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Ultimately Snatcher remains an excellent game in any form, even if all Konami really offers here is one major improvement in exchange for some noticeably detracting changes. That said, I’d much rather stick with the PC Engine for its total package of colorful visuals, memorable soundtrack, and sordid content even if it might be “merely” 16-bit. For the past decade it looked as if this was indeed the end of the line for Kojima’s venerable one-game series, but like all his work it refuses to die: the long-awaited relaunch of this franchise has been confirmed with multiple projects in the works, including a possible sequel for the Nintendo Wii. Considering the surprise PSP revival of Dracula X, can yet another remake be far behind?
Ce n'est pas vraiment beau, les fenêtres sont petites : mais les créatures sont mignonnes, l'intrigue est musclée (quand on comprend le japonais), on parle beaucoup, et surtout l'esprit Snatcher est bien retranscrit dans cette aventure.