The Last of Us came out on the PlayStation 3 last year. It was very, very good. This week, a new and improved version of the game will come out for the PlayStation 4. But can a game that was already so good really be "improved" all that much?
Tomorrow, The Last of Us: Remastered comes out for PS4. It's a redone version of last year's tremendous PS3 game, now boasting a higher 1080p resolution (compared with the PS3's 720p) and a higher, smoother frame-rate that "targets" 60fps (the PS3 stayed around 30, though it occasionally dipped below that). It includes the excellent Left Behind DLC episode, as well as all of the maps and modes released thus far for the game's surprisingly great competitive multiplayer.