What does retrofitting mean? It’s the process of customizing something in order to suit your needs and lifestyle. We often refer to this as updating or redesigning. We can’t just start with a new car, but it can be done. We can remodel a room, update a kitchen, or even do a complete makeover.
Sure, you can do a makeover. But if you don’t know what you’re looking for, you might not find what you’re looking for.
By now most of us have seen the remake of Resident Evil 2. Now, if you are looking for a good remake of Resident Evil, youve come to the wrong place. I dont know of a single remake of Resident Evil that really does anything to improve the game.
The only Resident Evil remake worth knowing about would be the Resident Evil 6 remake, which I’ve never played. Resident Evil 6 is a remake and a reboot of the original, but as I said, I’ve never played this game. So, it might have some good ideas, but it’s not much different from the originals.
It’s true that remaking a game to improve it is generally seen as a bad thing. It’s also true that if you’ve already got something that’s great, you might as well do it right. The Resident Evil 2 remake is only half right though. It’s very similar to the original game in a number of ways, but it makes the game worse.
A remake that makes a better game isn’t necessarily a good thing. If youve already got something you like, you might as well make it better. The Resident Evil 2 remake only makes the game worse, since it doesn’t add anything to the original game that the original didn’t already have.
Not even a remake can make a game better if you don’t add anything to it. If you made the remake, you’d just make the original worse. In the same way, a retrofitting definition is not a good thing. If you had retrofitted a new game with some new features, your game would only be more polished and would be better than it already was. A retrofitting definition is very much like a retrofitting remake.
Just as you can’t retrofit a new game with new features, you can’t retrofit a new game with a retrofitting definition. It’s a very slippery slope. If you retrofit a new game with a retrofitting definition, then you are basically telling Google that you believe in the original game. That’s not good. The internet isn’t open and honest and a little too trusting.
It’s more complicated than that though because there are a lot of games that don’t have retrofitting definitions. I mean, I believe in the classic SNES Super Mario Brothers. For every SNES game that has a retrofitting definition, there’s a Super Mario Bros. that has a retrofitting definition. If you are going to retrofit something, you should do it right. The game should be the same, but the way you play it should be changed.
There’s so many retrofitting definitions that the internet is full of them. I mean, retrofitting a game as a “novelty” is one of the most common ones. There are games that are retrofitting defined as “new” when their actual original versions werent. So you could have a game that retrofits as “novel” because its original. For example: Retrofitting Super Smash Bros.