The Last of Us has been a massive success for Naughty Dog thus far, achieving one of the highest aggregate review scores of all time and establishing itself as the fastest-selling new PlayStation IP of all time. Now, a year after the release of the game, Naughty Dog is just over a week away from launching The Last of Us Remastered on PlayStation 4. Remastered is an updated version of the original PlayStation 3 game with all DLC, improved graphics, and a steady 60 frames per second at 1080p.
The gaming community is a bit divided on The Last of Us Remastered at this time. Some gamers question the point of remaking a game just one year later, while the $50 price tag ($10 shy of the normal retail release price for new games) is also raising a few eyebrows. Sony has defended the game and its price tag with one developer calling it a steal at that price. Is the $50 release justified? To answer that, you have to understand that most gamers are looking at the game all wrong. Read on to see why.