Fully Charged: The Last of Us remade for PS4, Evil Within trailer shocks, and Google Glass is saving lives


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The Last of Us: Remastered is coming to PS4

If you haven’t yet played The Last of Us on PlayStation 3 (and you should have because it’s one of the best games of last year, but whatever), then you may want to wait a little while – because it’s coming to the PS4 with improved visuals and maybe more.

A NeoGaf user spotted a PlayStation Network ad for The Last of Us: Remastered, quoting a price of US$59.99 and promising a “day one digital release”. Sony has since removed the ad, but the implication is clear – Naughty Dog has given its masterpiece something of an upgrade for PS4 (think 1080p native visuals and all DLC included). We’re looking forward to seeing how much better it looks on the new console.

[Source: NeoGaf]

READ MORE: The Last of Us review

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US hospital gives entire ER department Google Glass

It seems that Google Glass might actually be capable of changing the world – or at least of saving a lot of lives. A Boston hospital is rolling out the headsets to its entire emergency department after one doctor, Steven Horng, credited it with helping him save a patient from almost certain death.

Dr Horng used Glass to bring up the man’s medical info after learning he was allergic to certain blood pressure drugs. This allowed him to find the correct way to slow the bleeding and save him from a stroke or worse. “Rather than having to excuse myself, [Glass] means I can quickly access … information without having to interrupt the patient, lose eye contact, or even leave the room,” said the doctor.

[Source: Boston Globe]

READ MORE: Google Glass preview

The Evil Within gameplay trailer is not for the faint-hearted

Made by one of the minds behind Resident Evil, The Evil Within looks set to be one of the most pant-fillingly frightening survival horror games of 2014. And now there’s a new gameplay trailer to get you in the mood. So turn off all the lights, put your headphones on and get ready to scream for mummy.

The game will launch on various formats on 29th August.