+Graphics have been heavily improved upon in order to deliver an HD experience
+Sound effects, music, and even voice overs have seemingly been improved in quality
+Gameplay remains the same as it were in the PlayStation 2 entries
+Vol. 4: Reconnection is an absolute blast and a perfect closing to a series
-Combat hasn’t been improved upon, but instead remains much the same
-Still lacks guidance to help new players make their way through the game with onscreen queues
15 years later and here I am, revisiting my late teen years by revisiting the .hack//G.U. games, ones that I spent plenty of evenings playing with any disregard for time. Unlike the other franchises at the time, it was a game series that was completely different, completely unique. Why was it all of that? Because I could relate to the main protagonist Haseo and his friends. It’s a game that took everything I loved about my time with World of Warcraft and completely turned it on its head.