Takeharu Ishimoto's original soundtrack has been rearranged and remains excellent, while fully voiced dialogue makes for a more complete and engaging narrative.
Above and beyond a remaster job, Crisis Core looks fantastic fifteen years on, thanks to a full graphical overhaul. The cutscenes also remain particularly impressive.
While the real-time combat might not be everyone's cup of tea, it's complex enough to sustain your interest for the game's 20-something-hour runtime.
Reunion feels fresh and modern on current platforms, and there's a surfeit of missions and extra stuff to delve into beyond the main storyline. Nice.
A slightly annoying list that requires specific actions to complete. The majority of objectives are highly missable, too, meaning judicious use of manual saves.