Last of us remastered

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Gaming MoneySaving
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Covkid_2Covkid_2 Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Gaming MoneySaving
Hi all,


I played last of us on PS3 and thoroughly enjoyed it.


Should I bother buying the remastered version for PS4?


Thanks in advance

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  • PenguinJimPenguinJim Forumite
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    Do you want to play it again in a higher resolution for £30?

    Or to put it another way: if someone gave you £30 to not play the Remastered version, would you take it?
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  • I'm really having trouble getting into the multiplayer.

    It's good but really quite tough
  • I'm really having trouble getting into the multiplayer.

    It's good but really quite tough


    I struggle with the multiplayer too. Haven't played a lot of it (or for a while) after I got moaned at on there for being a newbie.
  • donnajunkiedonnajunkie Forumite
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    multiplayer gaming as a whole seems to be flawed because it tends to only work for those good at games. the only exceptions i have experienced are halo 3 and killzone 2. with those games it was possible to have fun without having to be brilliant.
    ps i havent tried multiplayer on last of us.
  • ragecakeragecake Forumite
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    I want to support the company, and I really enjoyed the original, so I will be getting it, it comes with the added DLC as well as the very well done enhanced graphics.

    It's entirely personal though.
  • JoskyJosky Forumite
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    I wasn't going to bother (played the original on PS3, thought it was ok but a bit samey and frustrating) until I saw my sister playing it on PS4 - it just looked so damn beautiful and played so smoothly that it put my old copy to shame (yes, I am shallow). I bought a PS4 with it and InFamous, and finished TLoU just last week. I actually enjoyed it so much more on PS4 than PS3 - I don't know why that is. Perhaps it just played so much more smoothly, maybe they tweaked the controls slightly, who knows. Either way, I don't regret it at all and am looking forward to a +Playthrough once I finish my other 2 games.

    The added DLC is a bonus as well, and Left Behind is actually a really sizeable chunk of game that sets the scene for LoU (plus fills in a gap in story). I think if you enjoyed the first one and are looking for an excuse to play it again, why not play a superior copy? ;)
  • techno12techno12 Forumite
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    ..and of course you can sell it once finished.

    I did this (bought new for £28, sold for £33 on eBay)

    Great game, and Left Behind is amazing - very well scripted/voice acted.
  • The-JokerThe-Joker Forumite
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    techno12 wrote: »
    ..and of course you can sell it once finished.

    I did this (bought new for £28, sold for £33 on eBay)

    Great game, and Left Behind is amazing - very well scripted/voice acted.


    You could also be on the other side of that. Why not wait until it can be bought for less than £20 2nd hand. Then you could sell it again for only a little less than you bought if for.
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  • Great game. THE REASON FOR ME SWITCHING TO SONY
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