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REVIEW: The Last Of Us Remastered

Whilst The Last of Us Remastered is ultimately the same game as the PS3 release, it does offer various enhancements, which improves the overall experience.

If you don’t know much about The Last of Us, it’s one of the best story-driven games of this generation, featuring two unlikely protagonists known as Joel and Ellie, who have to battle and survive their way through a post-apocalyptic America, taking on The Infected; vicious beings who are hell-bent on destroying human life as we know it.

Remastered takes the original game and improves all aspects, including 1080p quality, high resolution models, improved textures and environments as well as advanced audio options for a more immersive and engaging experience.

This moment is perhaps one of the most memorable within the game - it looks even better now.

This moment is perhaps one of the most memorable within the game – it looks even better now.

The enhanced visual and audio makes The Infected that much more terrifying – you can see every detail on their ugly faces whilst having to listen to the disheartening groans, making for an intense sense of gameplay.

Everything is massively detailed, especially the world itself, giving you a scary idea what the world would look like if an outbreak such as this actually happened. ‘Left Behind’, the story-based DLC is included as part of the package as well as 8 new multiplayer maps, making this a bundle that’s really worth the money.

Failing to quietly maneuver past a Clicker will result in your neck being torn apart.

Failing to quietly maneuver past a Clicker will result in your neck being torn apart.

If you haven’t yet played The Last of Us, it’s highly recommended to grab Remastered as it’s easily the definitive version. It’s also nice to replay if you already finished the PS3 game just to see the differences. It’s been recently announced a movie is in development, so until The Last of Us 2 is revealed, the movie is up next.

Rating: 9/10

Available: PS4




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