Be it fallout, homeworld, call of duty, anything. Just a modern version/episode of an old game... "This game is what got me into the franchise, and I love it!" I expressed my dissapointment of Homeworld Remastered on the Homeworld subreddit, citing issues like the wrong sounds being used, unit balance being changed for no good reason, damage system changed from ballistic to RNG, and more. I will quote one of the more infuriating comments I got. Brought the franchise from the grave? Hastily updating some graphics, and shunting everything to the simpler engine which makes for a less enjoyable game is 'bringing it back from the grave'? I frankly don't care how much attention Homeworld gets, and I don't want people to be brainwashed into thinking the high definition trainwreck which is remasted, is the REAL 'Homeworld'. This was posted after that comment by someone else. Again, I cannot comprehend how people can just ignore the original games, what made them good, what made them so loved in the first place. How can people be so ignorant of the franchise's history? I am genuinely curious what causes this, but I'd just assume it chalks down to 'yey new gaem to spend money on so I look cool owning this 'historical' game'. You know how I learned about Homeworld? Well, honestly I have no idea how, some day I just stumbed upon it. (IIRC I played Homeworld 2 first) Homeworld 2 was a dissapointing wreck, barely better or worse than Remastered, and yet that's all I knew of Homeworld until I played the first, and superior game. I see this getting more and more common, I've met people who 'love X game', but never actually played the games which made the franchise good. Can you guys list any of these encounters in your life? What games do you love, which everyone ignores the original of?