@Cily, agreed, at the moment it just seems like a sweet investment - compact size, region free games, excellent blu-ray player and not only some great looking, classic exclusives like MGS4, God of War III and Uncharted series (plus Beyond: Two Souls, GTAV and Grand Turismo 6 on the way) but lots of other gems from pretty much every genre that matters.
Not sure if I'll be financially capable of buying PS4 this year, might go for a WiiU instead, in preparation for Bayonetta 2 and some other Nintendo only games, but PS3 will still be a machine stacked with some amazing experiences no matter what.
As for The Last of Us, game plus, before going on Survival - Hard mode is the way for me, not prepared to ''hate'' it just yet.
Usually developer diaries are released in the run up to the release of a game, but Naughty Dog have released a new video commenting on the characters of Ellie and Joel. There are details about each character’s motivations and life stories which give some depth to why the characters act the way they do.
Now the release of this developer diary 3 months after the release date of The Last Of Us isn’t a mere accident on Naughty Dogs part. If anything this video could be hinting to some more story DLC for the title, possibly focusing more on the lead characters though during which period that could be is up in the air.
Official The Last of Us art print collection now available
The art prints are museum-grade, Certified Art Giclees, and are meant to showcase the visual design of The Last of Us in the best possible quality. All prints have been extensively proofed by both the artists at Naughty Dog and Cook & Becker’s master printer to get as close to the digital source as possible. The prints are hand-numbered and signed, and come with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist. The collection features the work of Naughty Dog artists John Sweeney, Maciej Kuciara, Aaron Limonick, Hyoung T. Nam, and Michael Knowland. All artworks are available today via Cook & Becker’s online gallery.