If you mosey on over to the PlayStation Store with your digital wallet in hand, chances are The Last of Us Remastered will be screaming out at you, begging to be bought for its gob-smacking low price of £17.99.
It’s a good deal and more than worth it when you consider the amount of content packed into the re-release. You don’t just get the game, you also get the add-on story DLC Left Behind as well as a few goodies for the under-rated online multiplayer.
All sounds rather splendid doesn’t it? So you add it to your basket and open your digital wallet only to find that you’ve been spending more than you realize and you’re a few pennies short of the £17.99 price tag. Wipe away those tears, the end is not nigh.
For £11.99 you can get the same game from 365games.com, six quid less than what Sony are offering it up for. Whilst the PSN price is certainly nothing to sniff at, deals are deals and if you can get your gaming fix for a lower price, why wouldn’t you? Unless you intend to do illegal things to get your games for cheap, in that case you’re naughty and not welcome over for tea.