x.jpg We gots countdown articles comings out of our ears here, but I enjoyed Li Kuo's look at 'Top 10 PC Games We'd Like to See Remastered' over at GameSpy, because he delves into a few forgotten titles. (Actually, most of the countdown articles I've liked recently have been PC ones, for some strange reason - maybe because games get forgotten easier on PC?)

Anyhow, one intriguing title I'd forgotten about - Bethesda's Terminator-licensed SkyNET: "SkyNET's multiplayer mode had vehicles and vast outdoor areas as well as indoor close-quarters combat six years before Battlefield 1942 showed up. What I really liked about it was that in multiplayer mode you could play as a Terminator... how cool is that? I'd love to see what this game would look like with a nice graphics update and some touches to incorporate modern gameplay elements beyond its initial deathmatch and team deathmatch offering."

Also, and this is a great pick that might genuinely do well as a remake, I think - Wasteland: "I'm a sucker for post-apocalyptic settings, and Wasteland is considered by many to be the grand-daddy of them all. This role-playing game inspired the likes of Fallout and was developed by Interplay back in the late 1980s. It's not much to look at now, but the storyline had you and your band of buddies exploring the wasteland left after a nuclear third world war. The storyline was fantastic, featuring great characters and an array of crazy mutants and plenty of weaponry with which to deal with them."