Reviews and Problems with The Last of Us Remastered
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18 April 2015
Summary: Back when I was very young, before I had even begun school, my mother would take me and my siblings along when she went grocery shopping. I don't remember much from those long-ago shopping excursions, but labels of the canned food we bought are forever etched in my mind.
Excerpt: Roughly a year ago, Naughty dog delivered on one of the most highly anticipated games in recent history. It walked away with a shedload of game of the year awards from pretty much everyone who was handing one out, and deservedly so.
Conclusion: Although there's little reason for original owners to adopt the upscaled port, TLoU:R remains a must-have for any gamer who's yet to experience its grand storytelling and authentic survival horror action.If you already own the game and have beat it, I personally wouldn’t recommend picking it up...
Summary: " The Last of Us: Remastered " remains a powerful and compelling game twelve months on. If you’ve already played the game, the basically full price (and no discount for existing owners) makes it harder to recommend. However, for newcomers, I have no hesitation in recommending the game.
Summary: The Last of Us has one of the best stories in recent memory. Too bad the rest of the gameplay isn't as well done. With far too many action segments and repetitive puzzles, this survival action game gets bogged down by filler.
Excerpt: The last of Us has proven to be one of the last generations crowning achievements since it launch in mid 2013. It had been a while since the team at Naughty Dog had departed from the much-loved Uncharted series and while it did borrow some elements from that series, it really pushed the limits of...
Pros: Massively improved graphics, Improved sound quality, All current DLC included, Use of the light bar and speaker on DS4 is cool
Cons: Paying full retail for a second time just 12 months after buying the game on PlayStation 3 does feel a little strange
Summary: The first time you encounter a Licker in the RCPD station, seeing the scale of the pyramid you just climbed as Lara Croft, Rinoa dragging Squall onto the dance floor at the ball, and finding out the truth about Booker and Comstock. These are examples of epic jaw dropping moments in games.