So with The Last of Us coming to PS4's a lot of us are really hyped about it. If you haven't played the game yet I would really recommend you pick it up as soon as you can. Apparently, because the game already looks great on PS3 porting it to PS4 was more of a struggle than you might imagine.
The new character models are all 'cutscene quality' and it runs at 60fps 1080p. Neil Druckermann said: "Our cinematics are now running at 1080p and 60fps, and that involved rendering them all from scratch. It's interesting that now instead of a technical bottleneck, the bottleneck is can we fit all this on the disc?"
This raises a pretty good point actually. We are just around the corner from an all digital future. We are at the start of a generation cycle and it is already possible to be running into problems with the media format. Personally I don't understand why this hasn't already happened. I don't see the point in buying games from a shop when I can buy them naked at home.
I guess I could buy them naked in a shop too but I hear that isn't too well recieved...