@phreak - I think you're not the only one with!-If the news coming from Aus/NZ and Europe is true - lot's of people are going for the more expensive Series X or PS5 blu-ray first which surprised me. I started shifting to digital at the beginning of this gen so when I can get a PS5, it'll be the all-digital one for sure.
@Phreak - You're not wrong. Currently picked an Xbox Series S and I've got an exisiting Game Pass sub as its perfect for me while the next year up in the air. The PS5, I'll have to wait and see what happens.
Excited at the prospect of the remake, decided to see how it help up. Honestly, outside of one or two areas of dodgy platforming detection that could do with a fix, this game still holds up so well to the point a simple upscaled/high framerate port of the PC version would make me happy. It'll be interesting to see what they change aside from the visuals in the "remake". I briefly tried the PS3 HD trilogy version but ditched it due to the constant audio issues. If you want to replay these classic games, stick to the PC version you can pick up cheap on GOG (and they run well on a potato at this point).
Prince of Persia - The Forgotten Sands
The title is fitting as a day on from finishing it, I can't remember most of the story beats and the environments all blend together. It's not bad by any means with plenty of platforming, puzzling, and crowd-management combat but it lacks a lot of the charm and - despite the updated engine and visuals - the atmopshere of the original trilogy. You spend far too much time indoors/underground with no sense of place or scale. This one can definitely be skipped as, by design, it adds nothing to the original trilogy.