I'm at 43% completion right now (Hotel Lobby) and about to give up. Playing on normal difficulty, at first I just got tired of the infected, but then the whole clicker business before and after the high school when you're accompanied by Bill was just really dragging my energy. Can't for the life of me figure a way out to play through these scenes without getting bit once and dying... ...and that's my next problem. I don't care about dying because it just loads up the scene again without losing anything. In fact when Tess was left behind to face the soldiers and Joel & Ellie went hiding upstairs, I just kept trying to avoid the soldiers by running and getting killed each time until I was able to just run outside and get to the subway. Much easier. So is it going to get better? I'm kinda tired of the game and not sure if it's worth to continue. The clickers and especially bloaters just get on my nerves so instead of being scared/startled I just get frustrated when I see them. (As a side note: this is one of very few survival horror games that I've played, I usually don't play M-rated games either.) ---- TLoUR is my 1st and currently only game on PS4. Was it a good pickup for a 1st game to play? I had a PS3 originally, but sold it long before TLoU PS3 came out. That's when I picked up a Wii U. Now, a full year later after being a Wii U gamer exclusively, I got the PS4. I can't say I love the system and my biggest complaint right now is the awful Dualshock 4 controller that begs me to recharge it every few hours I play. It's also just a weird design to me, my hands are more suited for the Wii U Pro Controller or Xbox One controller. I also started this thread over at the Wii U discussions if you're interested in knowing why I got a PS4: http://gbatemp.net/threads/sold-a-bunch-of-wii-u-games-to-get-a-ps4-anyone-feeling-same.373169/ ---- All input is appreciated. Also if there's any must-have / overlooked PS4 gems I should try, tell me what to get and I'll do it.