“Medal Of Honor: Underground” Just Got A New-Gen Remake
The year 2000. It’s Saturday morning, and you are about to spend two hours on your PlayStation. You will be playing Manon Batiste’s latest first-person shooter, Medal of Honor Underground. It’s a good life.
No matter who you may be, I believe we can all agree that life has changed a lot since 2000. While it is true that the grass is always greener where you live, it isn’t easy to not look back at the current state of the world and wish for simpler times. Although I can’t offer you a time machine, this fan remake of Medal of Honor Underground might be the best. It transforms childhood memories of sweet, polygonal childhood into something more modern and just as cool. Watch the video below…
This work is courtesy of Matheus Arquiteto on YouTube. He, according to DSOGaming used Lumion 11 as well as 3D Studio Max in order to make the remake come to life. Unfortunately, this game is not available for download. However, the remake looks fantastic and will make fans of the series even more eager to get the original.
Other YouTube commenters have also expressed their support. “This game means so much to me. It’s part my childhood. Apart from it being the game that got me into first-person shooters, it also made me interested in war history and generated an interest in books, [documentaries, etc…]. “I wish EA would do some restoration of this wonder,” wrote Felipe Espinoza. “Amazing job. I believe it’s now time for big gaming companies [to] hire independent devs to do the remakes,” said TC XIV.
Fans are capable of creating some truly amazing work; there’s no doubt. We were able to see the gameplay for the fan remake Resident Evil – Code: Veronica. It looks amazing. Although it is hard to believe a small number of people is developing it, it is true. They have made it clear that Capcom can put a halt to the project and ask them for it to be taken down. So fingers crossed that they can complete it before they do. However, they should be free to make their own remakes if one is not in the works. This is probably not the best legal advice.