Okami HD announced for PS4, Xbox One, and PC

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"Experience the art and joy of Okami HD with attractive 4K graphics on Xbox One X, PS4 Pro, and supported PC hardware".

Simply titled Okami HD, the port will be releasing in the United Kingdom on 12th December as we reported. The game will be available for the price of $19.99 in North America, with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions also getting a retail release. The HD version offered up a higher level of graphical detail, and for this watercolor painting-inspired adventure, it really made things pop even more. The original Okami launched for PS2 in 2006, followed by Wii in 2008.

Taking all of this into consideration, the release of Okami HD ought to please the innumerable fans who have been wanting to see the title updated for current generation platforms, and it will likely cause them to pine for an actual followup as well. If this rumor is true, it suggests the game may well come to other territories.

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Rumors about another HD release of Capcom's handsome and beloved action-adventure game have been floating around for a little while, but confirmation has finally come into the light this morning.

Interestingly, it'll be possible to toggle between widescreen format or the original release's 4:3 aspect ratio. The gameplay is a mix of action, puzzle and platforming, with players being able to transform the world of the game by pausing and drawing figures with the analog stick or the motion controls of the later versions.

Okami HD is a remastered version of the original game. You'll need to use your items, magical attacks, and Celestial Brush techniques to triumph.

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