As "The Last of Us Remastered" is finally here, Sony has announced a Canada-exclusive PS4 bundle for the title.
Only in Canada will you get "The Last of Us" PS4 bundle for the next-gen console for only $449.99, as announced over at the PlayStation Blog. There aren't any other added offers apart from the PS4 console, the DualShock 4 controller and a copy of the remastered version of the title along with all the DLCs and expansions that have already been released.
But if you're looking for an exclusive one-of-a-kind "The Last of Us" PS4 console, that belongs to Naughty Dog co-president Christophe Balestra. GameSpot has the image of "The Last of Us" PS4 console, featuring the silhouette of Joel and Ellie amidst all the rubble.
The PS4 console looks very much like a customised version, far from what's currently being offered in Japan. Though there are already a couple of retailers that can easily re-skin your PS4 to feature "The Last of Us."
'The Last of Us' Movie: Arya Stark as Ellie?
Now that "The Last of Us" movie is really happening, casting speculations have also gotten gamers on a role as to who would be assuming Ellie and Joel, the lead characters, in the game,
One of the big names to be tagged to the project is none other than Maisie Williams, or whom fans would know most to be Arya Stark of the HBO original series, "Game of Thrones."
According to Joystiq, Williams is already at the stage where she has met up with Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann and Sam Raimi, director of the film.
Ashley Johnson, the actress responsible for Ellie's voice in the game, has her own opinion on the portrayal of Ellie in the movie. In an interview with IGN, she reveals that she does not have any specific wants when it comes to who will be playing the character, but she does pose one request.
"Selfishly, the only requirement i would want is just that they love it as much as I do, which is clearly not going to happen. But to at least have played the game so they know what it was, but who knows if that's going to happen," said Johnson lightheartedly. "I know somebody could do an amazing job with it and I think they will."
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