The Last of Us Remastered

The Last of Us Remastered

released on Jul 26, 2014

The Last of Us Remastered

released on Jul 26, 2014

A remaster of The Last of Us

The Last of Us Remastered is an updated release of the PS3 game The Last of Us. It is identical to the PS3 version but runs at a 1080p resolution and incorporates character models with a higher resolution. There are also improved shadows and lighting, upgraded textures, 60 frames per second and other types of improvements. In addition to the base game, two map packs and the expansion The Last of Us: Left Behind are included.


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The Last of Us Part II: Remastered
The Last of Us Part II: Remastered
The Last of Us Part I
The Last of Us Part I
The Last of Us Part II
The Last of Us Part II
The Last of Us: Left Behind
The Last of Us: Left Behind
The Last of Us
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Se me ha hecho muy bola el modo realista, pasando de los modos ultra difíciles de ahora en adelante, pero ahora tengo más ganas si cabía de la segunda parte (y miedo de que se carguen el final de este)

Undoubtedly one of the greatest stories told in gaming.

Joel did nothing wrong.

simplesmente esse jogo é lindo
maldito jogo da historia maldita
porraaaaaa
que jogo bom pqp
tenho q tentar platinar dps essa bosta

"The Last of Us Remastered": A Timeless Masterpiece on PS4.

When "The Last of Us" originally launched on the PlayStation 3 in 2013, it was immediately heralded as one of the greatest video games of all time, setting a new benchmark for narrative storytelling and emotional depth in gaming. With "The Last of Us Remastered" on the PlayStation 4, developer Naughty Dog elevates this modern classic to new heights, offering not just a technical upgrade but a deeper, more immersive experience that cements its legacy in gaming history.

"The Last of Us Remastered" boasts a visual fidelity that is nothing short of breathtaking. The transition to 1080p resolution at a silky-smooth 60 frames per second breathes new life into the post-apocalyptic landscapes of the game. Environments are richer and more detailed, from the overgrown ruins of civilization to the hauntingly beautiful interiors illuminated by shafts of sunlight. Character models have been refined to reveal every nuance of expression, enhancing the emotional weight of the story. The remastered version includes higher-resolution textures, improved lighting effects, and more detailed character animations, making it feel like a truly next-gen experience.

One of the standout features of "The Last of Us Remastered" is its masterful use of sound. The enhanced audio, including 3D audio support, deepens the immersion, allowing players to hear every creak, rustle, and distant cry with terrifying clarity. The score, composed by Gustavo Santaolalla, remains hauntingly beautiful, underscoring the emotional journey of the characters with its melancholic melodies. The sound design, coupled with the enhanced visuals, creates an atmosphere that is both oppressive and mesmerizing, drawing players into the world like never before.

Naughty Dog has made subtle but significant improvements to the gameplay in "The Last of Us Remastered." The fluidity of movement and combat feels more responsive, benefiting from the increased frame rate. The inclusion of the PS4’s touchpad for certain controls, like inventory management, adds a layer of tactile engagement. The brutal and unforgiving combat system remains intact, demanding strategic use of resources and a keen awareness of the environment. The AI of both enemies and companions has been fine-tuned, making encounters more challenging and dynamic.

At the heart of "The Last of Us Remastered" is its deeply compelling narrative. Joel and Ellie’s journey across a ravaged America is a tale of survival, loss, and hope that resonates on a profound level. The remastered edition’s graphical and audio enhancements only serve to amplify the emotional intensity of their story. Every line of dialogue, every glance and gesture between characters is rendered with such authenticity that it’s easy to forget you’re playing a game. The storytelling is so masterfully crafted that it blurs the line between cinema and interactive entertainment.

"The Last of Us Remastered" not only improves upon the original game but also includes the critically acclaimed "Left Behind" DLC. This prequel story, focusing on Ellie’s relationship with her friend Riley, is a poignant exploration of innocence and the impact of love and loss. It enriches the overall narrative, providing deeper context to Ellie’s character and her motivations. The remastered edition also comes with a wealth of bonus content, including director’s commentary, making-of documentaries, and in-game extras that offer a comprehensive look into the game’s development and design.

"The Last of Us Remastered" is more than just a technical upgrade; it's a reimagining that elevates an already exceptional game to new heights. Its stunning visuals, impeccable sound design, refined gameplay, and deeply emotional storytelling make it a must-play experience on the PlayStation 4. Whether you’re revisiting this masterpiece or experiencing it for the first time, "The Last of Us Remastered" stands as a testament to the power of video games as a medium for storytelling and artistic expression. It's not just a game; it's an unforgettable journey that stays with you long after the final credits roll.

القيمبلاي يطفش بعد نص اللعبة

Tiene una historia interesante que además provoca que se empatice con los personajes y se entienda las decisiones que toman, incluida la del final. No es un final corriente y no deja una conclusión o una moraleja que ya hayamos visto en este tipo de historias, lo que quiero decir es que la historia definitivamente vale la pena, en todos los sentidos.
Es un shooter muy divertido, es verdad que es algo repetitivo, aun así si te gustan juegos del tipo es entretenido, tiene elementos de sigilo, aunque es una mecánica muy usada y algo repetida en la historia.
Hay variedad en los enemigos y el arte está muy bien hecho aunque no es algo nuevo dentro de la industria, el OST está bien pero no es algo que verdaderamente resaltable o que llame la atención, en general es un juego recomendable e incluso rejugable.