Video: See how Another World 20th Anniversary Edition shapes up to the original

A quick comparison of the newly released console version.

Eric Chahi's Another World remains one of the all-time greats, and there's fewer games more worthy of the full remaster treatment. The 20th Anniversary edition, first released in 2011 on PC, is now available on pretty much every console out there including that lovely Nintendo one with the funny game pad. Ian Higton has put together a quick comparison of the original running side by side with the new PS4 version, which should give you some idea of the visual upgrade the 20th Anniversary Edition brings.

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