Daddy’s taking us to the zoo tomorrow, we can swing our pants.
Hungry like the wolf…
Personally I fail to see much of a difference at this stage, however Naughty Dog have confirmed that the game will be running at 60fps and 1080p. The package will come with all DLC and a director’s commentary for all of the cinematics starring creative director Neil Druckmann and voice actors Troy ‘Joel’ Baker and Ashley ‘Ellie’ Johnsond.
Digital pre-orders will get early access to the game.
There’s no question that The Last of Us is a superb game and well worth picking up if you missed it on the PS3, but now have a PS4 sat under the tele.
Here’s our original review in case you’re interested. The Last of Us
Lets be honest here, we kind of knew this was on the cards. After constant delays and a non-existent marketing campaign for Titanfall on the Xbox 360, the [obvious] truth as to why Bluepoint Games handling of Titanfall for the 360 was shrouded in secrecy has finally been revealed.
In terms of overall quality it’s only marginally behind the Xbox One version of the game.
If it’s number crunching and talk of screen tearing and frame rate locks that you’re after then you can read all the details in Digital Foundry’s report here.
For me though, as a little over-zealous as my drunken rant may have been on Friday Night Live Ep4 with regards to the Xbox One not cutting the mustard it would now seem that ‘rant’ has now been fully justified – irrespective of how much cheap cider one had consumed at the time.
Quite obviously had MS allowed Titanfall to be released at the same time on the 360 as it was on Xbox One then many an undecided punter would have very likely seen the two running side by side and decided to wait for the 360 version, thus saving themselves £400 in the process. Naturally this could have severely damaged sales of Microsoft’s new console – something I’m sure most would agree MS was clearly aware of.
I’ll be picking up Titanfall for my 360. For all of you who rushed out to spunk £400 on the Titanfall Xbox One bundle thinking you were getting on board the next-gen train I’ve one thing to say to you…