A classic for which the years do not pass. The original movie of Blade Runner dazzled with a Star Harrison Ford at the head and the video game amazed us in 1997. Now, 25 years later, its remastered version with many visual improvements is now available.
The point & click science fiction work was originally launched by Westwood Studios and Nightdive Studios has put in charge of the facelift. The developer is an expert in this type of work after having shaped System Shock: Enhanced Edition
Of course, you can do with Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC systems. These are the available options:
- Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition
- Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition by 9,29 dollars on the Nintendo eShop.
- Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition by 9,99 dollars and PlayStation Store.
- Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition by 9,99 dollars and the Microsoft Store.
The plot places us in a dystopian future in the city of Los Angeles in 2019 controlling the character of Ray McCoy in his hunt for replicants. The experience is totally unique in each game, with a very high replay value and more than 70 characters with their own motion capture, AI and objectives.
Cast members from the original film such as Sean Young, James Hong, Joe Turkel, Brian James, and William Sanderson are featured in the game along with the original soundtrack. Among the improvements made for this version we find a higher resolution, an interface with tracks, improved subtitles, compatibility with controls and up to 60FPS on screen.