The post-apocalypse is about to get a whole lot prettier, folks. Sony has finally given the remaster PS4 version of The Last of Us a firm release date, and it's July 30 in Australia and New Zealand. So get your DualShock 4 and a box of tissues ready, because I'm sure that this game will be even more emotionally disturbing with all those revamped visuals.
The Last Of Us Is Coming To The PS4 On July 30
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The very first quest in The Outer Worlds, Obsidian’s highly anticipated first-person RPG out October 25, asked me to make what felt like an impossible choice. On one side was a community of outsiders frustrated by corporate control. Their outpost was something like a worker’s paradise — they were well fed and mostly happy, surviving by relying on each other. I admired their leader, Adelaide, for the passion that she had for her people. On the other side was the corporate-owned town they left, led by Reed Tobson, an idiot that didn’t seem to realise that asking his workers to only eat canned fish (for protein!) led to the population being ravaged by plagues. Despite how much I hated Tobson, he was right that the people working for him suffered because of the workers that had abandoned the town to form their own community.