BySamuel Adams, writer at
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Samuel Adams

For anyone that played Naught Dog's The Last of Us, it became clear just how emotionally impacting a video game could be. The mouths of game critics were left open at the detail when the game made its debut on the PlayStation 3, and again when The Last of Us: Remastered came to PlayStation 4. It seems that Naughty Dog is not only going to be continuing to blow gamers away with their character models, but actually improve upon the amazing work they've already accomplished.

So what do you think? Will the "bone count" significantly change how the game impacts the audience's emotions? Or perhaps all of the extra work will go unnoticed? I suppose the final product will show us Uncharted 4 comes to a PlayStation 4 near you in 2016.


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