Remember when the only words associated with 'PS4 exclusives' were Knack, Killzone: Shadow Fall and The Order: 1886?
Sony must really have taken that realisation to heart, as after a few years in a variety of ovens, this past year has seen them roll out all manner of phenomenal titles, be it from first-party studios or licensed exclusives.
Point being: As the console wars rage on, Sony have finally amassed a body of titles that do their sales numbers and substantial lead justice; a veritable explosion of phenomenal, recommendable experiences that tick boxes in all the most bankable and enjoyable genres.
It may have taken quite while to get here, but right now - atop its stellar controller and more capable hardware - the PS4 is just as recommendable in regards to exclusives as it is a system overall.
The only - I repeat, ONLY - reason Naughty Dog's post-apocalyptic masterwork isn't higher up the list, is because it's not fundamentally a 'PS4 exclusive' - instead originating on the PS3.
For the following entries, I'm talking about games that (console-wise) are only available on the PS4.
So yes, The Last of Us is still phenomenal.