Remakes and re-releases make the wait for new games a lot easier.
The Multiplayer makes the game worth the price tag. It is also gonna keep me busy until Driveclub and LBP come, and beyond.
Depends on the game and how well it's remade. I appreciate TLOU getting a facelift since I didn't play it the first time around.
Normally I wouldn't agree with this, especially with TLOU being remade within a year of release. With that said, it's so barren on the PS4 at the moment I bought it, again so to speak. Last night I spent 5-10 minutes looking at running water and just at my surroundings in general. Things like signs blowing in the wind and even the rain were worth taking some time to appreciate. I don't recall ever doing this when I played the PS3 version, great game and enjoyed it but the remaster does take the experience to another level in my opinion.
I think re-masters are ok. But I would like to see more "new" content now and re-mastered content further into the generation when the features and functionality are known and matured. Right now it should be about new content. I bought new consoles so I want new content. Re-mastering now makes me feel like they just ripped me off to buy a new console and are ripping me off to replay a game that only played through 1-3 years ago.
Ask Dragonknight how he feels about great value for Tlou:R
There seems to be a lot of negativity when it comes to remaster sand HD rerelease a. I buy lots of my favorite classic movies remastered in HD for Blu Ray and I do the same for old ps2 games that never had in game Dolby Digital or a resolution of 480i/p. Why is it sometimes looked down upon when a game gets the remastered treatment but when Star Wars or Lord of the Rings comes to Blu Ray people nerdgasm.
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