When comparing The Binding of Isaac vs The Last of Us Remastered, the Slant community recommends The Last of Us Remastered for most people. In the question“What are the best PS4 games?” The Last of Us Remastered is ranked 17th while The Binding of Isaac is ranked 32nd.
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Pro Tons of replayablity
Random levels, random items, random enemies, every game is new, exciting and challenging.
Pro One of a kind game
One of the best arcade roguelikes (or roguelikes, if you're a purist) out there. Difficult to beat completely and oh so very satisfying. Gazillions of unlocks, secrets, bosses, power-ups and item combinations. Limited co-op (BoIR only). The game can be genuinely terrifying and dark, especially if you take a moment to ponder what's really going on with its backstory and characters.
Pro Addictive gameplay
With an arcade style feel and a fairly quick play through, the game makes it easy to sit down and play for hours. Addicting could best describe the gameplay, something that the player can get lost in without getting overly complicated.
Pro Very easy to learn and play, while it doesn't get boring
While it is very easy to learn and play, it is still a difficult game to beat and therefore has a lot of replayability.
Pro Photo mode
Pro Plays at 60fps and 1080p
Pro Option to play at original 30fps
Even though the remastered edition plays at 60fps there is an option to play at the original releases 30fps for those that feel they like it better.
Pro Capable stealth system
Pro All DLC from the original included
Con It's creepy
The game to be put nicely is not really scary but just plain creepy. Definitely not a game recommended for children.
Con Framerate dips below 60fps
There are framerate dips in the game, which is why users are given the choice to lock to 30fps.