Here's a deal we highlighted a month ago, which remains the cheapest price for the Uncharted remasters by around £4. While its value for players who have already experienced it is debatable, those who missed out on the PS3 titles will find fantastic value in this collection. Containing three of the best PS3 releases - each with a graphical overhaul - and an invite to the Uncharted 4 multiplayer beta, it should keep gamers busy until Uncharted 4 arrives in March. Thanks to Mac007 @ HUKD!
Here's yet another 2016 title to get a confirmed release date, as Sony have announced that Uncharted 4: A Thief's End will be arriving on March 18th. While some of you might be happy with just a standard copy of the game, those of you after little extra physical & virtual swag may be interested in the Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Special Edition and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Libertalia Collector’s Edition.Click here to read more...
This is one of the lowest prices we've seen for a US code of The Last of Us: Remastered, and is an absolute steal at under £7. As well as a visual upgrade to the main game, you'll also get all of the released DLC, including all the multiplayer addons and the single player campaign Left Behind. Note that you'll have to use or set up a US PSN account to redeem this stunning download code daily deal, so make sure to check out our guide to setting up a US PSN account from the UK. Thanks to mrcwtonothy @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out out our The Last of Us (PS3) review for more details on the main game.
It's definitely news that is going to rock the world of Playstation players today. During a Metrocon 2015 panel voice actor Nolan North (Uncharted's Nathan Drake and TLOU's David) has revealed The Last of Us 2 is in the works.
"I know they're doing a Last of Us 2 but my character in Last of Us kind of had an untimely demise." he stated in the Metrocon video that follows...Click here to read more...
The departure of Amy Hennig from Naughty Dog in early 2014 was one of the saddest surprises in Uncharted 4's development history. Hennig had been creative director at the company and had written and directed large parts of the trilogy. Essentially, without Hennig, the world of Nate, Drake and Sully would be very different indeed.
Naturally, concerns for the health of Uncharted 4 arose when Hennigs' departure was announced and we've just heard via Nathan Drake's voice actor, Nolan North, speaking at Metrocon [thanks Gearnuke] that eight months of story scenes they'd shot we're thrown out. But does that mean that Uncharted 4 could be a very different game with someone else writing the story and directing the actors? It could, as the new leads will want to leave their mark, but on the other hand, it might not be the huge shift in tone that we initially feared.
Nolan North had this to say about the transition: "We had shot 8 months of her story and it was all thrown away. The Last of Us guys came in, and you have to understand, new producers, new people, they want to do it. I don’t know what happened exactly. Amy is still a very dear friend of mine and she’s brilliant but the Last of Us guys were the next team there so they took over and they just wanted their own flavour."Click here to read more...
It isn't a part of the Black Friday flash deals, but this price for The Last Of Us Remastered is definitely worth considering. Amazon's listing beats the next cheapest offer by around £8.
Improved textures and frame rate, along all the previously released DLC, makes this a definitive package that is absolutely worth getting if you didn't play it on PS3. Hell, at this price it *might* be worth making the jump even if you did already play it. Meh, that's for you to decide. Thanks to imax84 @ HUKD!
By now you all know that The Last Of Us is worth playing, whether you think it's superlative or merely just rather excellent indeed. The Remastered version brings Naughty Dog's horrific hit up to date on PS4, so if you missed it the first time around, Grainger Games' £29.99 price is a decent saving. Thanks to cbr6fx @ HUKD!
GameStop are currently selling The Last of Us: Remastered for £28.97, a quid less than their previous cheapest price. Newcomers who've got a PS4 and are yet to play TLOU would definitely do well to pick it up, though you might want to wait for the price to come down a little more if you've already got the original. The visuals are noticeably sharper and the commentary is a nice bonus, and the added DLC makes this a pretty decent value proposition on PS4. Plus, you know, it's one of the best games of last year.
The Last of Us: Remastered emerged last Friday, bringing one of the finest games of last year to the PS4, and inviting a whole bunch of people who'd never played the award-winning game before to enjoy it in super-sparkly fashion, with the game having been given a fairly impressive graphical overhaul.
You can see the difference to a certain extent in the comparison video we sent live last week (embedded below), but really videos don't do this game justice. It was one of the best-looking games on the PS3 (if not the best-looking game on the PS3), and it really looks the business of PS4.
If you've never played The Last of Us before, here are five reasons why picking up the Remastered version is something you really ought to do.
Naughty Dog don't make bad games, at least they haven't even come close yet. I gave The Last of Us 8/10 and an Editor's Choice badge last year, praising it for its script, its cinematography, and the standout performances from Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson. Here's what I said in my review:
The Last of Us tells a cracking story, but it does so in such a heavy-handed way that it's difficult to feel totally engaged come the conclusion. Well paced, superbly written, and boasting some of the best visual and audio work of this generation, Naughty Dog have once again produced a fine game. This is linear blockbuster gaming at its best, and it dazzles the senses. even if the form disappoints the mind a little given the genre.
The criticisms I brought up in my review are still valid, but that doesn't make The Last of Us: Remastered any less of an attractive proposition. It's a must-play game if only for the story itself, and you owe it to yourselves to see What Naughty Dog Did After Uncharted.Click here to read more...
The Last of Us: Remastered is a bit of a no-brainer for people who find themselves with a PS4 having not ever played one of the best games of last year. But is it worth a punt if you've already Platinum'd (yeah, that's a verb now) the original? Well, we'll have a full breakdown for you early next week, but in the meantime, here's a helpful little video that puts the two versions side by side, to help you make an informed decision as the game launches today.
You can check out the first 15 minutes of The Last of Us: Remastered after the jump.
So just how good does The Last Of Us look on PS4? We've got the game's opening quarter of an hour for you to have a look at, with a generational platform comparison vid coming shortly.
Matt isn't entirely sold on the idea of re-releasing The Last Of Us so soon, but if you bought a PS4 without owning a PS3, this visually upgraded edition will let you experience one of the most grim and tense games of the last generation. 365 Games are touting a £32.99 pre-order price, which is excellent relative to other retailers, though the PS3 original is naturally considerably cheaper. Thanks to zeropoint97 @ HUKD!
Nathan Drake was happily retired from the adventuring business, but when "fabled pirate treasure" is involved, there's always time for one last hurrah. Uncharted 4: A Thief's End was revealed at the very end of Sony's E3 press conference, showcasing the impressive visuals from what we expect to be one of the PS4's flagship games.
A more "personal" story will "test Drake's physical limits, his resolve, and ultimately what he's willing to sacrifice to save the ones he loves" in 2015. Will it bring the series to a close?
Simply Games' eBay outlet is currently rocking Drake's third adventure for just under £8. Uncharted 3 is a cracking game, a must buy for any PS3 owner frankly, and the Game of the Year edition includes the paid DLC for multiplayer and co-op stages. I believe you can still nab Uncharted 3 free if you've got PS+ but if you haven't, or if you want the complete package, this is the cheapest it's been thus far.
Thanks to Jas10 at HotUkDeals.
Sony accidentally let slip that The Last of Us Remastered is A Thing that's coming to PS4.
A banner advertisement for a revamped PS4 version of Naughty Dog's survival-horror epic appeared on the US Sony Entertainment Network website (via NeoGAF), boasting a $59.99 price tag.
It's got a nice Day 1 Digital release badge as well, from which we can infer that there'll be a physical version of the game too.Click here to read more...
Amy Hennig, the writer and co-director behind the Uncharted series, left Naughty Dog under a bit of a cloud last month. Unsurprisingly it didn't take long for her to get snapped up by none other than Visceral Games and EA - who'll be putting the veteran director and wordsmith to work on their upcoming Star Wars game.Click here to read more...
It's Game Buzz time, folks! Ready your eardrums for some magnificent waffle as we dive into the hottest topics from the industry from the past seven days.
This week, we chat about Jack Tretton leaving Sony after nearly two decades with the company and how E3 will never be the same again, Jon tells all from his hands-on with MGS: Ground Zeroes, we take a little look at some of OnLive 2.0's new features and ask if the cloud company have jumped the gun again, we have a natter about the Watch Dogs delay and ask if we're even still excited for Ubi Montreal's open world hackathon, and as South Park: The Stick of Truth releases, we reflect on some of our favourite licensed games from yesteryear.
Parental Advisory: We've tried to keep it as conversational and informal as possible, and you should be warned that there may be some instances of strong language.
Amy Hennig, lead writer on the Uncharted series, who has enjoyed over a decade of success at Naughty Dog, has left the company.
IGN broke the news first, citing "numerous trusted sources" who suggested that Hennig had been "writing and leading development" on the recently teased next Uncharted game for PS4.
Perhaps more worryingly, IGN also said that sources claim the creative director was "forced out" by The Last of Us leads Neil Druckmann and Bruce Straley, and that Nathan Drake's adventures will now come under their control.Click here to read more...
Developer: Naughty Dog
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
As someone who enjoyed The Last Of Us (perhaps significantly more than our on-site review) I was both excited and rather nervous about Left Behind. After all, getting your money’s worth out of DLC has always been a hot topic here on Dealspwn, and buying season passes ahead of time has added further fuel to that fire (and is something we really, really suggest you do not do – wait for the content to be revealed and reviewed first to avoid disappointment.) Thankfully, Left Behind provides a delicate and engrossing look at Ellie’s life before she met Joel in an extra chapter that fans of The Last Of Us should absolutely get hold of.
With that rather stark and quite upfront endorsement, let’s explain why I feel that is the case. It should come as no surprise that the narrative aspects of The Last Of Us are as strong as ever in Left Behind, with the optional environmental interactions once again bringing a very human touch between the traversal and action sequences. This time around, the subject of lost innocence and growing up in a world gone to hell is the main focus, as Ellie’s relationship with her best friend Riley reaches a critical turning point. It should come of no surprise that the script is of a high standard, but it is the performances by Ashley Johnson and Yanni King that make each interaction between the two a highlight of the DLC.Click here to read more...
Sony promised a "shocking" PS4 game announcement last night, and delivered a teaser trailer for... gasp!... Uncharted. We're not entirely sure if "shocking" is the right word for an Uncharted game coming to a PlayStation platform (bleedin' obvious might have been more appropriate), but that doesn't make this news any less fantastic.
However, the teaser is leading some of us to wonder whether the next Uncharted game might not be a direct sequel. Let's review.Click here to read more...