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The Last Of Us Remastered Review | The Gadget Show

The Last of Us isn’t exactly a past classic when you consider how recently it was released on the PS3, yet here we are playing an enhanced version of the game.

It’s certainly the best edition of Naughty Dog’s title, offering better visuals and DLC bundled from the outset.

The addition of solid 60 fps performance makes a massive difference, enriching an already eye-catching game.

If you’ve already completed the game on PS3 then there’s little here that will make you feel any different about the experience, aside from the smoother visuals.

This is essentially the same game all over again, but it’s one that is worth revisiting several times over.

PS4 newcomers will want to pick it up without delay; it’s arguably the best title to hit Sony’s next-gen system yet. (PS4, The Last Of Us Remastered) 5/5

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