- Feb 25, 2010
Not has sence game is new , looks and performs fine.
How the heck did Sony kill psvr? We have Hitman 3 coming out this month with psvr mode included. And hopefully resident evil 8 will have psvr included as well. Fingers crossed.fuck Sony for killing psvr and for the idiotic idea of remasters of games that should just run at higher resolution and framerate automatically on the new PS5 chips of the same family and manufacturer as the previous PS4 chips
Well, depends on how much time/effort is put in it. If they do a quick upgrade and ask for money then no. If they actually spend time re-working things in the game, then perhaps - it is up to people to decide for themselves if the work done justifies a payment. Why are you trying to force your opinion upon others? And don't be so deluded as to think that people will turn away a free remaster. That does not need to be stated.Why are some of you guys so obsessed with throwing your whole salary to Sony?
Doesn't mind a 20 euro price increase on games, and gets offended if you get a free upgrade.
Seriously, what the fuck is this? I've never seen anyone complaining about not giving a company enough money.
....then you clearly haven't played it. The game isn't short. In fact, it is longer than it should be!I still it is crazy talk no matter how you put it. No game really deserves a double dip. I understand why people does it, to experience it a new hardware, but I still don't think any game deserves to be rebought because it is a remaster, let alone if the game came out one or two years on a previous gen to get rereleased on the next with that short time span.
Let alone a game that is as short at TLoU2.
You've misunderstood me. I would prefer that it be free but I still think that a new purchase would be deserved if the game were improved to the same extent as the remaster of the original.
As we all know, The Last of Us Remastered provides a significantly better experience relative to the original version of the game.
Whereas it runs in 1080p and 60 frames per second or in 4K at 30 frames per second and features higher-quality graphics and HDR, the original version runs at 720p with a targeted frame rate of 30 frames per second, is graphically less impressive, and runs in SDR.
Hence, the remaster is significantly better and - in my opinion - deserves to be purchased separately rather than be provided as a free upgrade to those who purchased the original.
Therefore, if Naughty Dog were to provide a similarly better remastering of Part II relative to the current version of Part II, I think that it will definitely require a separate purchase and deservedly so.
I imagine that such a remastering will either run in 1800p at 60 frames per second or 4K 30 frames per second, will feature better graphics that are closer or identical to the quality shown at the E3 presentation of 2018, and will come with the rumored multiplayer mode (which would have to be purchased separately for those who don't purchase the remaster).
As you can see in the video below, the retail version of the game has inferior graphics in some regards to what was shown at E3 of 2018. So, a remastering could definitely provide an increase in visual quality apart from resolution.
What do you guys think? Do you think that such a remaster should be a free upgrade or that a separate purchase would be justified (though obviously not preferred)? Also, would you buy it and when do you think it would be released?
Probably not at full MSRP, no.
If we're talking a proper remaster:
- Improved textures & shader detail
- Optimized for SSD loading
- Haptic feedback support
- Remastered 3D audio
- RT lighting/reflections
- Additional content or multiplayer included
why not. they did it for god of war. they did it for ghost of tsushima, etc.
This game does not need a remaster. It just needs 4k60fps patch.