one year being too soon isn't MY assumption, it's common sense/basic knowledge.
how is this a lie "he never predict anything right by a couple millions margin."? simple, it's not true and you know that while saying it. it had the objective to provoke me and isn't related to the thread, thus the derail.
It's a Game of the Year Edition with updates to compliment the PS4, and it's coming out a year after the original. I think I saw someone earlier in the thread say that people's beef with the game is that it's called "Remastered" instead of "Game of the Year". It's only "Remastered" because it's on the PS4, but other than that, for all intents and purposes, it is "TLOU: GOTY Edition". Do you try this hard to undermine any other GOTY edition of a game? Skyrim? Borderlands? LBP? Batman? Gears 2? All those games have re-releases, a year after the original came out, packed with all the DLC, and sold at a reduced price from standard MSRP. It happens pretty much every year with the biggest games from the prior year. But now a year is too soon...and it being too soon is common knowledge?
I guess instead of:
Those respective studios should have had completely new games done, because to release such things only a year after the original? It's common knowledge that it's "too soon"