Xbox Live and PlayStation Network are all about second chances, which is nothing if not what Beyond Good and Evil deserves. The game, which was released in 2003, was critically acclaimed but a commercial failure and the trilogy envisioned by designer Michael Ancel (best known for the Rabbids series) seemed uncertain. The series has emerged stronger than ever: Not only is Beyond Good and Evil 2 in the development pipeline but the first Beyond Good and Evil is up at bat again with a shiny new coat of HD graphics.
Does it withstand the test of time when so many games from generations past have aged badly? Read on to find out.