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The Last Of Us and PS4 Game Sharing

I’ll be honest – I haven’t played many of the Uncharted games. In fact the only one I’ve played is the PS Vita version – Uncharted: Glolden Abyss, which by all accounts is a reasonable interpretation of the format, especially given that it’s been squashed onto a portable device.

Currently my Vita is the only Sony console I have – however with the recent announcement that the XBox One will have crazy copy protection – reducing the second hand market – perhaps now will be a good time to get a PS4.

Considering that I really enjoyed Uncharted – then I am keen to try anything that’s similar. The Last Of US looks to follow a similar format – and is being developed by Naughty Dog – the creators of Uncharted – so it has good ingredients, I just hope it tastes as good as it looks.

The Last of Us seems to have elements of the Walking Dead and Revolution TV series. It has a very adult feel and is clearly story driven. Something about it really appeals to me though.

For those who aren’t sure what I mean – with XBox One – you can’t lend your friends games. They can borrow the disc, but will have to buy the game to be able to play it on their machine. Playstation responded with this short video about how to share your games on your PS4.


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