Right up until an HD remaster came along, Road Warriors was the only series that Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network players had easy access to

The team over at THQ then had to make some very hard choices about who would be the first to make an HD remaster of it. Would it be the VGX team? Or were they a bunch of kids from the Sega CD collection? Finally, they made it and it was awesome. The rest, as they say, is history. When it comes to Road Warriors, there are few finer points to make than the fact that the game never even left Xbox 360’s front-page position. So much, in fact, that when it came out in 2007, Road Warriors was the team’s only #1 selling game. Right up until an HD remaster came along, Road Warriors was the only series that Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network players had easy access to. The original Road Warrior was so perfect for the Xbox 360’s backwards compatibility that it was guaranteed to be the first to be added to the library. The team over at THQ then had to make some very hard choices about who would be the first to make an HD remaster of it. Would it be the VGX team? Or were they a bunch of kids from the Sega CD collection? Finally, they made it and it was awesome. The rest, as they say, is history. When it comes to Road Warriors, there are few finer points to make than the fact that the game never even left Xbox 360’s front-page position. So much, in fact, that when it came out in 2007, Road Warriors was the only series that Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network players had easy access to. The original Road Warrior was so perfect for the Xbox 360’s backwards compatibility that it was guaranteed to be the first to be added to the library. The team over at THQ then had to make some very hard decisions about who would be the first to make an HD remaster of it. Would it be the VGX team? Or were they a bunch of kids from the Sega CD collection? Finally, they made it and it was awesome. The rest, as they say, is history. When it comes to Road Warriors, there are few finer points to make than the fact that the game never even left Xbox 360’s front-page position. So much, in fact, that when it came out in 2007, Road Warriors was the only series that Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network players had easy access to. The original Road Warrior was so perfect for the Xbox 360’s backwards compatibility that it was guaranteed to be the first to be added to the library. The team over at THQ then had to make some very hard decisions about who would be the first to make an HD remaster of it. Would it be the VGX team? Or were they a bunch of kids from the Sega CD collection? Finally, they made it and it was awesome. The rest, as they say, is history. Platform: PlayStation 3, PC EU: June 7 The first two Rayman games for PlayStation 3 were a tad rough around the edges, with the third being a ton of fun but still leaving room for improvement. But the reality is that Rayman Legends is still one of the best platformers ever made, with incredibly fluid platforming and some of the strongest enemies and level designs we’ve seen in the genre. We’re not saying it’s better than the original, but it’s not bad at all. The first two Rayman games for PlayStation 3 were a tad rough around the edges, with the third being a ton of fun but still leaving room for improvement. But the reality is that Rayman Legends is still one of the best platformers ever made, with incredibly fluid platforming and some of the strongest enemies and level designs we’ve seen in the genre. We’re not saying it’s better than the original, but it’s not bad at all. Platform: PlayStation 3, PC EU: June 7 We are excited to say that the remake of the Rayman Origins is now available on PC, and the Rayman Origins Returns Edition is the same as it ever was–but in a prettier direction, with updated visuals and a few new features. The major differences are that you’ll now get to play through the entire game in first-person, and the online multiplayer has been removed. We were only able to try out a single-player mode, but it was an absolute blast. We plan to get our hands on the full game at E3 this year. Platform: Xbox 360, PS3, PC EU: N/A We’ve been waiting for the latest entry in the Infamous formula to make its long-awaited debut. Since Infamous: Second Son came out in 2012, we’ve not seen a new entry from the game series.