Controversy erupted when Sony confirmed The Last Of Us: Remastered for the PlayStation 4.

After all, charging another $60 for a year-old game doesn't seem fair. Well, to some. To most, though, Sony's intentions are hardly dastardly, and getting the definitive version of 2013's very best game on the PS4 is a good thing.

Per the results of our latest reader poll, the vast majority at least see this move as a good idea, while many think it's downright fantastic. Sure, why not? It gives those who missed out on the PS3 a chance to play an even better version of the award-winning insta-classic and if you've already bought and played it, nobody's forcing you to buy the updated version. That being said, I think we'd all appreciate a discount on the Remastered edition for those who purchased the original game.

This week, after we learned about the PS4's continued chart-topping performance , we want to know if Sony will maintain this lead. Is it already over for the Xbox One? Or will Microsoft's console storm back eventually?

Related Game(s): The Last Of Us: Remastered

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WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
7 years ago

I can't figure out how that question makes sense.

Banky A
Banky A
7 years ago

Just block out his "In my humble opinion," and it makes sense as a valid question 😀

WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
7 years ago

Xbone is fried. You can't even compare this situation to when the PS3 was doing really poorly against 360 either, they are nothing alike.

cLoudou
cLoudou
7 years ago

I'm not counting out the Xbox yet, MS still has Halo and Gears up their sleeves and we know how American / Western gamers eat that *expletive* up. MS can gain ground, in the US at least, with those games alone. The rest of the world though, it's a lock for Sony.


Last edited by cLoudou on 4/20/2014 11:22:52 PM

WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
7 years ago

We should counter with HAZE 2, a totally reworked stunning blockbuster Halo killer that scores nothin but 10s.

iwillbetheone
iwillbetheone
7 years ago

Was that 1s?

Lawless SXE
Lawless SXE
7 years ago

I hope that Guerilla's new IP is something that can compete with Halo… I mean, it should be considering the damn thing's been in development since at least 2011.

Draguss
Draguss
7 years ago

In the us? They have a bit of a chance. In general? Nope, they're boned unless sony does something really stupid like say…give the ps4 and update that makes it only able to use really overpriced proprietary hard drives and make it so that you can't delete digital games without deleting the saves.

JackC8
JackC8
7 years ago

I don't see the Xbox One making any sort of a comeback. If Titanfall didn't do much for it's sales other than create a one week blip, then nothing will. Kinect is too integrated into the OS to sell a version without it, and it's already built as cheaply as possible, which doesn't leave room for any major price cuts in the near future. And judging from the management turnovers and general hostile attitude towards the gaming division from stockholders, they're certainly not looking to start selling it at a loss.

I think people have finally realized thanks to last year's game lineup that PlayStation just has far better games and it's a more powerful system at a lower price. Microsoft has always been after that casual audience which is the whole reason Kinect exists, and that audience doesn't seem to buy consoles any more. Just ask Nintendo.

kmetek
kmetek
7 years ago

xbox1 is lost already, forever.

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