Earlier this week, Sony held a press conference during the Paris Games Week trade show. If you follow games, you’re intimately familiar with what ensued: a lot of blue lights, a handful of enthusiastically delivered sales notes from a charisma-less executive in an ill-fitting suit, and a series of short trailers and…
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Ever wondered what The Last of Us would be like if Joel died instead of Tess? One YouTuber has the answer.
It’s pretty common for some people to ask for less politics in games. Turns out, that’s not really possible, even if you’re just here to kill some zombies.
LEGO builder Tim Schwalfenberg has outdone himself here, building a The Last Of Us diorama that covers an entire city block, both indoors and out.
Holy Clickers, Batman! Everyone really went above and beyond this week.
During a panel discussion for The Last of Us Part II at this year’s PSX, the game’s director, Neil Druckmann revealed the whereas the first game was about love, the follow-up would be about “hate.”
Bruce Straley, who co-directed The Last of Us and Uncharted 4, will not have the same role on The Last of Us 2, sources tell Kotaku. His longtime creative partner Neil Druckmann is directing the game.
While it has been rumored for a while now, today we got official confirmation that The Last of Us is getting a sequel that follows an older Ellie and Joel.
Most people have fond memories of the water gun fight from The Last of Us: Left Behind. A nice break from the grim, apocalyptic weight of the rest of the game, that section of the DLC lets Ellie and her newfound friend, Riley, get to pretend for a just a few moments that they’re just normal kids not living in a zombie…
I am an intermediate player; it takes practice and time for me to complete a single player campaign, and inevitably, I die a lot during that journey. And out of all the video games death scenes I’ve witnessed, The Last of Us’s are still in a disturbing class of their own.
Half the point of GTA V being set in Los Santos was so that we could drive around the opulence of Bel Air and the Hollywood Hills. I don’t know if Rockstar ever meant for part of the city to be transformed into a post-apocalyptic scene, like something out of The Last Of Us.
The Last of Us has been a huge success for its developer, Naughty Dog. It’s been flooded with awards, glowing reviews, and fan love. It’s spawned a fantastic expansion and work has already begun on a sequel. No one’s more surprised by the success than the game’s developers. They thought it was going to fail.
The Last of Us has an incredible soundtrack. Gustavo Santaolalla’s score really gets to the heart of the game: it’s not about zombies and scares, it’s about horses and the road, and the music reflects that.
Naughty Dog is releasing its acclaimed DLC for The Last of Us, the Ellie-focused Left Behind, as a standalone download on May 12 for $10. Of course, you could also buy the whole package for only $20 on Amazon, too.