The Last of Us Remastered - Announcement Trailer
The Last of Us Remastered brings Ellie and Joel's post-apocalyptic tale to PlayStation 4.
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I have a feeling this won't look much different than current gen as it is at the end of the PS3 cycle and the start of the PS4's meaning it is at PS3's highest graphical ability and PS4's lowest. With an SSD load times will be faster and you get all the DLC but I think there should be a way to upgrade if you bought on PS3 as buying the game again seems like a waste when that money could be spent on Next Gen games.
Wow the current gen hasn't even been out a year and already we are getting remastered games from last gen lol.
That scene with the giraffes... the feels, man.
There's always something terrible about to happen whenever it seems like things are going your way.
Having never played this, and being a jealous little xbot I say "meh.....hmmm....well.....I better buy a PS4"
Oh sad, Those Giraffes are walking toward the Hogle Zoo. The game creators got the directions wrong. Run away Giraffes Run away!! There's lions tigers and bears in that direction.
Glad they did this, despite me not buying it, since I played the shit out of the PS3 version and nagged my platinum there. But I'm glad people who has yet to experience it, will have a chance on the PS4! It's great news!
@themc_7 I used to feel the same way...... :(
BUT THEN I GOT A PS4!
@cboye18 Her being lesbian is still up in the air actually... Some interpreted as if she wasn't, and some interpreted as if she was, even the people that made the game had the train of thought. Heck, she could be bi which was never a thought, and yet it seems more realistic in my opinion now that I think about it.
@NTM23 @cboye18 She lives in a post-apoc world and has nobody to connect with at her age.. It isn't about her being a "lesbian" or "bisexual".. it's just showing the harsh world she grew up and knows.. and that finding a connection with somebody isn't exactly an easy thing to come by. She's a kid living in a harsh, harsh reality and still found somebody to love and connect with. It isn't about gender.
In fact, I think the idea that she was able to make this sort of connection with a fellow girl is more realistic.. At that age, girls tend to stick with other girls and vice versa. They aren't making any blunt statements about her sexuality, more, that she just found a connection with someone in a harsh world where peace and loving moments are few and far between.