Earlier today, during the Xbox E3 conference, Rareware announced their upcoming title, Rare Replay. This single package includes 30 classic Rareware games such as Perfect Dark, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Grabbed by the Ghoulies and many more. Since these games are coming back to the new generation of gaming on the Xbox One, you can imagine that there might have been some changes and additions to the games.
Well, you'd be right to think so. A little while ago, a link to the Rare Replay "Help" page was leaked on Twitter by fellow Se7enSins user Chr0m3 x MoDz. There seems to be a lot of neat features included inside of the Rare Replay collection. Like any detailed game manual, this includes information regarding modes available in the games, details regarding local multiplayer in some of the included titles, and features such as: Your Ticket, Stamps, Milestones, Snapshots, Playlists and Rare Revealed.
Your Ticket is what the game classifies as your entrance to all of the sections and other features of the game. Stamps are just what they sound like; an in-game collectable. They will serve as your sole proof that you completed a task in the game, or uncovered something super secret. They're also very important when it comes to increasing your Rare Replay Player Rank. They're not all entirely hard to earn, so don't worry. Some will be trivial, as others will require the good old green thumb. Stamps will also be acquired by meeting a Milestone in the game. Milestones are exactly what they sound like; indicators showing your overall progress throughout the game. They will somewhat be interlinked with the achievement system. As for Snapshots, they are a "bite-sized" challenge available for many of the games included in Replay. You can either tackle a specific challenge by picking it out of all the available ones, or take on a Snapshot Playlist and complete the predetermined challenges given to you by the game. Both sound rather exciting, if you ask me. Last but not least, Rare Revealed. This section of the game will provide bonus documentaries about things never before seen in Rare. The documentary categories are: The Making Of, Top-secret Tunes, Concept Showcases, Featurettes and Previously Unseen.
You can read everything included in the documents by visiting THIS link. You'll be able to freely navigate the manual and explore information about each individual game, as well as information about Rare Replay itself.
If you haven't taken a look at the manual, you definitely should. It goes into greater detail, explaining all the ins and outs of the game. Does it add a better sense knowing that playing these classic titles will be accompanied by further achievements other than the ones included for the game itself? Let us know in the comments below!