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By far the worst games among EA’s inevitable collection of back catalogue hits are Syndicate and Wing Commander. Which is odd, because both games are also among the most fondly remembered of the selection. But that’s because they were fondly remembered on the PC. The versions included here are the console versions, which are hampered by reduced functionality, inferior visuals and rubbish controls.
Syndicate, for any readers who are too young to remember, is, of course, a seminal cyberpunk realtime strategy game from Peter Molyneux’s Bullfrog. Here, though, the strategic element chiefly seems to consist of trying to keep your team of agents from getting stuck on the scenery, or running out of ammo, or getting shot dead while an isometric wall or ceiling blocks your view of what’s going on. Wing Commander, meanwhile, is a rudimentary space combat sim that no amount of nostalgia can redeem.
The decision to include the worst versions of the best games in the collection encapsulates EA’s uncaring attitude to this assortment: all of them are basic, straightforward ports of the original console titles, with little in the way of window dressing. Which brings us on to the presentation: it’s shoddy. Given the length of time it’s taken for EA to jump on the retro bandwagon, you’d have thought it might have at least tried to make the front end look pretty, or to include some snazzy extras to appease the demanding young whippersnappers who play games these days. Instead, the game’s front end is basic at best, and the extras for each of the 14 games amount to three pieces of artwork, all of which are so low-res or unattractive that their inclusion seems like an actual joke.
The only real concession to the fact that these games don’t run on their native consoles is that you can access an unattractive menu from within each one to remind yourself of the controls, or to switch between 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios, or to access a hints and tips section (or, more accurately, a passwords and cheats section, since each of the two tips available for every game seems to be a level select password). Oh, and you can save the games whenever you want now. And you’ll want use the option to turn the sound off, obviously.
Switching from Syndicate and Wing Commander to the likes of Budokan, B.O.B. or Haunting Starring Polterguy, the sense that EA Replay is little more than a shameless cash-in continues. These are truly mediocre games, and it’s difficult to believe that they could have been perceived any differently when originally released.
B.O.B. (tip: Anciena – Area 1 – 672451) is a rudimentary platform shooter with a sense of humour – which broadly means that the game’s hilarious alien protagonist goes bug-eyed when he dies. No, really! They knew how to have a laugh back then, they really did. Apart from that it’s utterly (bog) standard: get from one point to another within a certain time, avoiding various enemies and all sorts of environmental hazards (including the sudden-death-inducing variety).
Budokan (tip: karate is difficult; try to use kendo last in tournaments) is boring, inscrutable and bad; a beat ’em up in which it’s difficult to simply move left or right. Irrespective of which martial art you choose to fight with (from karate, kendo, bo or nunchaku) the attack commands are inexplicable, and the game is really only notable for a reasonably pretty depiction of Mount Fuji during a cut-scene.