I didn't get a chance to play TLOU really, so I'm going off the Uncharted series which didn't have the best surround emulation.
And why not a Full HD Collection? It's not like you have to buy it. Also, there are many new PS4 owners who didn't own a PS3, and missed out on an amazing series. Uncharted 2 was arguably the best last gen game prior to TLOU.
I wouldn't mind going through those games at 1080p (and hopefully) 60fps. With the collection, they could add the Vita Uncharted game, which I KNOW most console gamers missed.
I don;t understand all the hate for collections. Or any game for that matter. You don't have to buy a game. Surely, a masterpiece series like Uncharted is more worthwhile than many other games that get updated ports.
You'll enjoy TLoU certainly.
Perhaps I came off wrong on a "no" with an Uncharted FHD collection. I'm all for it, just that right now I don't think the Uncharted 4 team (which according to Evan Wells is the majority of the entire studio currently) should be sidetracked with anything else but Uncharted 4.
There aren't many franchises that does well beyond a third entry, so it'd be sad to see Uncharted 4 being a downpoint in the series where Sony can't go back to. Basically, ND and Sony can't screw Uncharted 4 up.
Perhaps when they are close to completion, a few members can take off and work on the collection, that'd be great.
I would buy an Uncharted Remaster, no hesitation.
I agree on the TLOU. Even though I bought it for my sister (my time shall come with the Remaster) I watched her play over my home theatre and once with the Mixamp (putting on the headphones while she played a few minutes) and I agree with ben and conqueror.
As usual Sony games are also always carefully and well recorded.
I recently wrote a mail to the good Dr. of Sucker Punch asking about binaural audio on the PS4 (funny thing is I did it one day before the revealed their binaural audio testing center) but sadly got no answer. Infamous audio mix is very good as well.
I hope we'll get your geometry/material/coordinates rendering back (as it's actually kinda promised) + some standard headphone setting like CMSS-3D over OAL/DS, then we can just get the best portable or even stationary dac/amp for our needs and never look back.
Second Son has some pretty good surround cues, I agree with that. The only thing which I found somewhat lacking was that some of the powers lack impact (almost like GTA5 in this sense). It's honestly a little bit underwhelming to me as I came off playing inFamous 1 & 2 just a couple weeks before Second Son releases.