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Doctor Büchner has published, under the title of Force and Matter, asmall volume which has rapidly reached a seventh edition, and has latelybeen translated into French.[64] Materialism is there set forth withperfect arrogance, or, to speak more moderately, with perfect audacity.The author pretends to confine himself strictly within the domain ofexperience, and it is wonderful with what haughtiness he proscribes there[Pg 147]searches of philosophy. It would seem therefore that the question ofthe nature of things ought to remain outside the circle of his studies.Nevertheless, he declares matter to be eternal and the universeinfinite. I ask you how long it would be necessary to have lived inorder to pronounce matter eternal in the name of experience; and whatjourneys it would have been necessary to make, before ascertaining bymeans of observation that the universe is infinite. We shall haveoccasion to recur to this subject. Meanwhile we may be very sure thatexperience supplies no system of metaphysics, and that materialism is ametaphysical system as strongly marked as any. When its adepts cry out,Away with philosophy! they mean by that simply: We will have no goodphilosophy, that we may be free to make bad philosophy of our ownwithout rivalry. A proceeding which reminds one of certain demagogueswho cry with all their might, Down with tyrants! and who thus succeed inmaking out of the fear of the tyranny of others the solid foundation oftheir own despotism.

Pantheism recognizes the omnipresence of God in the universe, or, if youlike the terms of the school, the immanence of God; this is its portionof truth. When I open the Hindoos' songs of adoration, and find thereinthe unlimited enumeration of the manifestations of God in nature, I findnothing to complain of. But when, in those same hymns, I see libertydenied, the origin of evil attributed to the Holy One, and man coweringbefore Destiny, instead of turning his eyes freely towards the HeavenlyFather, then I stand only more erect and say: You forget that if yourGod is the Cause of all, He is the Cause of liberty. If liberty exists,evil, the revolt of liberty, is not the work of the Creator. Your systemcontradicts itself. You make of God the universal Principle, and you areright; make of Him then the Author of free wills, so that He will be nolonger the source of evil, and we shall be agreed.

The sense of the necessity for appeasing justice reveals itself insacrifices. There are sacrifices which are merely offerings ofgratitude, and freewill gifts of love. But when you see the blood ofanimals flowing in the temples, and not seldom human blood gushing forthupon the altars, you will be unable to escape the conviction that man,in presenting himself before the Deity, feels constrained to appease ajustice which threatens him.

  • Multi-Platform Games Alone in the Dark: Inferno is the PlayStation 3 version of Alone in the Dark, it has a new boss fight, fixed the controls, added a checkpoint in a particular tough spot.

  • Another World was updated a few times already. These updated versions include: The Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis releases, which had an actual soundtrack composed for those two versions.

  • The 3DO version, which had a totally different soundtrack and even up'd the graphics with 3D and cleaner looking models. Those changes had earned complaints from fans.

  • The Sega CD version, courtesy of the... not so successful Heart of the Alien, included the best console version of this game yet, which loads really fast, and has the best soundtrack thus far.

  • The PC version had the 15th anniversary which added in the option to use HD graphics. 20th anniversary included the option to that in real time, and is provided for owners of 15th edition, free of charge.

  • The first two games of the Batman: Arkham Series received an HD remastered version along with their Game of The Year Edition DLCs through the Batman: Return to Arkham collection for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with overhauled 1080p visuals, new lighting, and updated character models by bringing the games to Unreal Engine 4.

  • The BioShock series were given a remastered compilation re-release in the form of BioShock: The Collection for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC through Steam on September 15, 2016 (and later on in 2019). While BioShock Infinite was simply packaged with many of its DLCs for 8th generation consoles at a higher visual fidelity than the previous console versions, however the first two games where given an HD remaster featuring 1080p visuals with 60 FPS presentation and are bundled with every single player DLC, including the Challenge Rooms DLC for the first BioShock which was previously exclusive to PlayStation 3 outside of the Ultimate Rapture Edition collection for Xbox 360. Owners of the PC version can also access the original version of the first two games and those whom previously had the original releases in their library were given the remastered versions free of charge.

  • Bully: Scholarship Edition, which adds more missions, new high school classes, new items and clothing, and two-player Mini Games.

  • Burnout Paradise was re-released as "The Ultimate Box". For your money, the disc included three sets of DLC; Menu, weather, and time updates (free upgrade), Bikes (was free anyway), and Party Mode controller sharing multiplayer (is still paid DLC for standard versions). It was not worth purchasing new, especially if you already had the original, but the price has now come down to the point where it's the same to buy as the original itself, so it's worth picking over the original if you don't own it. It was also the only release of the game on Windows computers for a long time, but the PC version did not get the Cops and Robbers mode or Big Surf Island. If you want to visit Big Surf on your gaming computer, you'll have to download a mod called the Vanity Pack, which adds in the map, the Island Challenges, and the cars from the DLC, along with a heap of extra content. However, there are no island Road Rules, no island single-player events, and the Big Surf paint shop is non-functional (the mod's developer attributes this to hard limits on drive-thrus in the game), not to mention that Cops and Robbers is still unavailable (though at least the mod brings in the police cars).

  • This was eventually fixed with Burnout Paradise Remastered, which brought the game to eighth-gen consoles and also finally gave players the opportunity to play through Big Surf alongside Cops and Robbers officially on PC while enjoying unlocked framerates and increased resolutions.

  • Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 received an update titled Capcom vs. SNK Pro, which added Dan Hibiki and Joe Higashi to the cast and featured expanded movesets for some of the characters. The sequel, Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium was later rereleased as Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO, which introduced a new mechanic designed to make it easier to perform special moves. It also added Evil Ryu, Orochi Iori, Shin Akuma and God Rugal as playable characters.

  • Darksiders series: Darksiders II was ported to the Wii U in 2012 as a system launch title which bundled the game with five of the game's DLCs along with some extra weapon and armor sets. It later received a Deathfinitive Edition in 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC through Steam and that revamped the game's visuals, added physics-based lighting, rebalanced the gameplay and loot system, and includes all of the DLCs in the game.

  • The first Darksiders was re-released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 2016 as Warmastered Edition, which gives the original game a visual overhaul, running at higher native resolution (while the PC or PlayStation 4 Pro versions can support to 4K resolution), higher resolution textures, higher quality shadow rendering, enhanced post-processing effects, remastered cutscenes, and runs at 60 FPS (save for the Wii U version which runs at 30 FPS). This version allows players access to the Harvester scythe which was exclusive to pre-orders of the original version.

  • Dariusburst has received several re-releases over the course of the years, moreso than any other game in the Darius series: Dariusburst: Another Chronicle is a reworked dual screen version of the PSP game for arcades, featuring the usual Arcade Mode, multiplayer support for four players, new bosses and Chronicle Mode, a Mission Mode where players must tackle a series of individual missions with set parameters. In 2011, an updated version called Dariusburst: Another Chronicle EX was also released for arcades, which includes four new Silver Hawk ships from previous games, three new harder difficulties with twelve new zones, more new bosses and Event Mode, an online version of Mission Mode. However, both versions replaces the original game's plot for a brand new one.

  • Dariusburst: Second Prologue is an updated port of the original PSP game for iOS and Android devices. Other than the port being translated into english, this version also includes a new SP Mode, an arranged version of Arcade Mode with new and arranged songs, rebalanced difficulty, all the new bosses from Another Chronicle and EX and a new Assault ship.

  • Dead Rising 2: Off the Record is a version of Dead Rising 2 with Frank West, the hero of the original game, as the protagonist instead of Chuck Greene. It's been significantly rebalanced to remove several of the Scrappy Mechanics from the original version (such as adding a checkpoint system and replacing the walkie talkie with a hands-free headset), and also has a new gameplay area, some new content, and three new bosses.

  • Dead or Alive: The PlayStation port of the first game added two characters (Ayane and Bass Armstrong) that didn't exist in the Saturn port. It also overhauled the graphics and had a new BGM. These were all later backported to the arcades as Dead or Alive++.

  • The Japanese PS2 port of Dead or Alive 2 had more costumes and stages compared to the American Dreamcast release, but was also rather buggy and Christmas Rushed enough to give creator Tomonobu Itagaki a serious Creator Breakdown. The game itself would later be rereleased again for the PS2, this time as Dead or Alive 2: Hardcore, which added a plethora of new content including characters, stages, costumes, a gallery, and English voice acting. There was also a further polished port for Xbox port Dead or Alive Ultimate, featuring a tweaked gameplay reminiscent of Dead or Alive 3 (which was an Xbox exclusive) and adding Hitomi as a playable character, plus an Embedded Precursor of the Saturn port of the first DoA game.

  • Dead or Alive 5 was rereleased no less than two times. The first one, Ultimate, made some changes to the gameplay system and added a couple of new modes in addition to adding new characters and doubling the number of costumes. The second, Last Round, is a next-generation port focused mainly on updating the graphics and adding even more costumes and characters.

  • Death Stranding Director's Cut includes an assortment of new equipment, weapons, buildable structures, vehicles, and delivery missions. It also adds features to alleviate gameplay woes from the original (like a navigation tutorial for the first long-distance delivery in the story), a firing range that allows you to test out weapons and take part in timed drills, and ranked boss battles.

  • Devil May Cry: Devil May Cry HD Collection: The first three games of the franchise remastered and packaged together for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox360, later re-released for Microsoft Windows, the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

  • Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening: Special Edition, which featured a brand new playable character (Vergil), new boss fights, rebalanced difficulty, a Bloody Palace mode, and more.

  • Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition re-released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One features Vergil, Lady and Trish as playable characters, the Legendary Dark Knight Mode (which was previously exclusive to the PC port of the vanilla version), various gameplay rebalances and new costumes.

  • Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition joined the ranks of DMC Special Editions to feature Vergil as a playable character. It also included updated graphics with Raytracing for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, the return of Turbo Mode from DMC3SE, and the Legendary Dark Knight Mode from DMC4.

  • DmC: Devil May Cry received a Definitive Edition for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with remastered 1080p visuals running at 60 FPS, the return of Turbo Mode (that speeds up gameplay), new features and modes such as Must Style Mode (where players are required to raise their combo meter to S or higher to damage enemies), Hardcore Mode setting (which re-adjusts gameplay elements to be on par with the original Devil May Cry games), and a Gods Must Die difficulty. It also tweaks various gameplay mechanics (such as certain enemies no longer requiring certain alignment attacks to take damage), includes all of the game's DLCs, features a new skin for Dante reminiscent of his Devil May Cry 1 appearance, and adds a Bloody Palace for Vergil.

  • Disney Universe: Disney Universe: Ultimate Edition came with all six of the downloadable content packs.

  • Nearly four years after its initial release, Doki Doki Literature Club! received a Unity-based premium version on June 30, 2021 adding side stories, bonus content, and HD graphics.

  • NES game Dragon Quest III was remade on the Super Famicom, Game Boy Color, and smartphones. All are chock full of extra goodies from Dragon Quest IV, Dragon Quest V, and Dragon Quest VI.

  • The Elder Scrolls series: Morrowind received a Game of the Year Edition that included the Bloodmoon and Tribunal expansion packs.

  • Oblivion also received a Game of the Year Edition in 2007 which bundled the game and its two major expansions, the Knights of the Nine and the Shivering Isles. This edition, among other things, is an ideal prerequisite for modding.

  • Skyrim received a Legendary Edition in 2013 that bundles the game with all three major Downloadable Content packs, and for Xbox 360 owners, added new voice-recognition features through Kinect. Another re-release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC was released in 2016 as Special Edition, which bundles all of the DLCs and uses an updated engine seen in Fallout 4 to remaster the game's visuals with enhanced effects, higher resolution textures, dynamic depth of field, volumetric lighting, and allows console players access to PC mods similar to Fallout 4. In 2017, the game was rereleased yet again in two new forms: one for Nintendo Switch, adding Amiibo functionality and a few items hailing from The Legend of Zelda, and one for VR (PS4 in 2017, PC/Mac in 2018). Then, in 2021, for the game's 10th anniversary it was rereleased once again as the Anniversary Edition, which bundles all of the Creation Club content and integrates it seamlessly into the game world.

  • Eternal Sonata released on the PlayStation 3 has some extra dungeons and bosses and the difficulty is increased, some of the cutscenes changed as well.

  • Fable: Recursively: Fable: The Lost Chapters, and then Fable Anniversary: Fable: The Lost Chapters had new content.

  • Fable Anniversary was released for the 10th anniversary of the original, and is an update of the earlier Fable: The Lost Chapters.

  • The Fallout series: Bundling with their DLC: Fallout 3: This was a particularly big deal for the PS3 version, as the DLC was released there later than the 360 and PC versions.

  • Fallout: New Vegas calls theirs the Ultimate Edition.

  • Final Fantasy through Final Fantasy VI were rereleased as part of the Pixel Remasters in 2021 for Steam and Android/iOS. The remasters were Truer to the Text versions of the older Final Fantasy games, with most bonus content cut and instead focused on bringing the original experience of the games to modern devices. Notably, Final Fantasy III was released for the first time in its 2D incarnation outside Japan through the Pixel Remasters.

  • Final Fantasy IX saw a re-release on Steam and Android/iOS in 2016. While the core game itself remained untouched (including whatever bugs and glitches the original game had), several enhancements were added; all character models gotten higher resolution textures, CG cutscenes can be skipped, achievements were added, and several game boosters (cheats) were added, such as turbo speed, max damage, max level, etc.

  • Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 got an HD remaster for the PlayStation 3 and Play Station Vita in 2014 which had upgraded textures, character models, and additional content that was exclusive for the PAL region in the original releases. A year later, Square-Enix made a re-rerelase for the PlayStation 4 to have even more updated visuals and the option to chose between the original or remastered soundtrack. Another year after that, it was re-released for PC through Steam with content similar to the PlayStation 4 version with an added auto-save feature and game boosters to allows players to disable random encounters (or increase them), speed up battles, max out Gil, and supercharge their characters before battles in FFX.

  • Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age was released worldwide for PlayStation 4 in 2017, on Steam in 2018, and on Xbox and Nintendo Switch in 2019, based on International Zodiac Job System (see PlayStation 2 section below). In addition to the changes brought by IZJS, The Zodiac Age added features such as support for high resolution screens, the ability for each character to use two Job License Boards, the ability to switch soundtracks, and immediate access to Trial Mode.

Final Fantasy XIV is an odd example in that, as the game is an MMO, the Updated Re-release was more like an Updated Replacement. After the bad reception of the original release, it was taken offline so the team could focus on remaking and improving it, which eventually launched about a year later as Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, which players of the original version were able to upgrade to for free


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