The Last of Us Remastered Canada-Exclusive PS4 Bundle Announced

That’s right Canada, for $449.99, this bundle comes complete with a PlayStation 4, Dualshock 4 wireless controller, and a downloadable copy of the Last of Us Remastered.

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XiSasukeUchiha3614d ago (Edited 3614d ago )

Hell yeah.

That's amazing Sony!

lifesanrpg3614d ago (Edited 3614d ago )

Nevermind, just read the comments. I didn't know that the PS4 was $450 in Canada.

Neonridr3614d ago

yeah, you are getting TLOU for free.

WeAreLegion3614d ago

Should have been a US bundle, too.

PrinceOfAllSaiyans3614d ago

Sony leaves the US out on all PS4 bundles. We got left out with the Killzone bundle, InFamous bundle, Knack bundle, and now TLOU bundle.

HeWhoWalks3614d ago

Nope. Destiny has a bundle (a white system, at that) on the way. None of the bundles you mentioned is any different than buying a regular PS4 with the game separate.

maniac763614d ago

Big whoop,not like the removable bit has some logo or anything lol.i wish someone start releasing those.

Macdaddy713614d ago

A bundle for a Remaster game?? Really!!! Sony can't offer us anything better then a game most die hards have already beat on the PS3...

SoapShoes3614d ago

Until a game comes along that's better than TLOU on any system you have nothing to complain about.

r2oB3614d ago

Not everyone that has a PS4 has/had a PS3. And not everyone that has/had a PS3 played TLoU. Surely, your simple mind can comprehend that, right?

LordMaim3614d ago

There are PS4 bundles for a lot of games. Why not also bundle it with one of the most acclaimed games of all time? There are a lot of people out there who are going to be experiencing this fantastic game for the first time.

Visiblemarc3614d ago

It also sucks that they force you at gunpoint to buy this bundle...oh wait, they don't.

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The Last of Us Part 1 – Why The Ending is Still so Impactful

The Last of Us never dreams of insulting its audience’s intelligence. And the best example of this is, of course, is its ending.

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shinoff2183551d ago

Shit the beginning was to. I'm not sure how I would feel if I didn't have kids but having them it broke my heart to see.

ClayRules2012551d ago

Yes. The beginning and ending…how they break you, make you think , question things etc. so impactful.

And yeah, I have a son (he’ll be going to college here next year) and just feeling Joel’s pain, heartbreak, loss…it hits you differently when you have a kid (s) of your own.

PhillyDillyDee551d ago

I didnt have kids when i played it and the beginning had me sobbing. That story left an impact on me

Orchard551d ago

The story was a rollercoaster from start to finish. Probably my 1st or 2nd most favorite game on PS3 (the other being MGS4).

Aloymetal551d ago

I agree with you. MGS4 was truly special, I wasn't the biggest fan of the long cutscenes but I understand is part of Kojima. Great game nonetheless.

Snookies12551d ago

Best Metal Gear game, coming from a HUGE fan of the series. I bought a PS3 JUST for MGS4. And got the collector's edition too. Worth every bit of money.

Yes, the cutscenes can be very lengthy. But a lot of it was quite necessary to really tie things together. Previous games had some longer cutscenes as well. It's just that they were trying to wrap everything up with MGS4. So, it's understandable that they'd have to throw some info dumps into the game here and there.

Orchard551d ago

The cutscenes are long indeed, every Kojima game sets a new record there :P

But the game was awesome, the second they showed that first E3 demo, it was clear it was going to be something special.

I still remember being mind blown by the Octocamo. It was also the first third person shooter game where I felt like the controls and aiming etc all went smooth / fluid and weren't janky. Hard to explain in words, but it felt 'natural' to aim, move etc in it.

gangsta_red551d ago

I thought the game went on a little too long and it started to wear thin. It should have stopped at Winter. That would have been a great way to end that game with the sequel continuing from there (if necessary).

-Foxtrot551d ago

I loved it however the ambiguous ending was kind of ruined in the sequel

The first game had this conflicting grey area of Joel's actions, a decision to let you think it over and discuss it with people, however the sequel created a narrative that "OMG JOEL 100% DOOMED HUMANITY...HOW SELFISH" and making out Ellie wanted to die in the hospital even though 1) She didn't know she was going to die and 2) She was ready to see Joel once she got out of surgery so he could teach her how to play Guitar.

For me he did the right thing, I mean they pretty much attacked him when he was trying to save Ellie, they lied to him and said they were going to kill her without thinking any other decision out or asking Ellie herself and they pretty much were going to throw him out onto the street without any of his weapons/gear where he could have probably died. There was no guarantee a cure could be made with these guys, it was all "chance".

Crows90551d ago

Exactly. He made the first good decision and this time around the girl he took care of didn't die while escaping...which alluded to the beginning of the game. He was prepared this time.