PlayStation Europe boss Jim Ryan has said that remaking certain PS3 games like The Last of Us for the PS4 audience is "just common sense", although it's not planning to flood the market with 'HD' titles.
Speaking in an interview with CVG, Ryan said that certain games making the transition is a no brainer, however Sony wants to be cautious of the amount of PS3 titles that it remakes for PS4.
"One of the things we've seen this time around is that people have transitioned from a competitor platform last generation to PlayStation 4 this time around, and to allow those people to be able to experience a game like The Last Of Us, which they weren't able to last time because they were playing something else, that's just common sense," Ryan said.
"But I think it's got to be looked at very holistically, you can't have too many of these things otherwise next-gen just looks like rehashed last-gen and we certainly don't want that.
"I think the balance is just about right but you know, there are other games that could be looked at, but there'll come a point where next gen will have moved on and rehashing old-gen will have passed its sell-by date."
SCE Worldwide Studios head Shuhei Yoshida has already said that it would be "really cool to have" an Uncharted Trilogy remade for PS4 and we'd love that too. Let's just hope that this is one of the series which Sony gives the HD treatment.