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Submitted by awkwardhamster 899d ago | interview

Feminine Touch: The Last Of Us

Gamerhub.tv sits down with Naughty Dog game designer, Ricky Cambier, to discuss the inspirations behind The Last of Us. (Industry, PS3, Rick Cambier, The Last Of Us)

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miyamoto  +   899d ago
Watch "The Road" ... that movie is very tense.
Darth Stewie  +   899d ago
Yup but the book is even better.
Sleipnir_II   899d ago | Spam
GribbleGrunger  +   899d ago
'feminine touch' is probably the worse name of a gaming site I've ever heard. It sound like some sort of sanitary product. What's even worse is that they write it in pink! And then there's that intro of her in stereotypical poses. Why don't they just shoot a Suffragette through the head and have done with it.

There should be a male version called 'Muscle Memory', written in blue.
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hano  +   899d ago
Don't talk bad about feminists, you'll get blocked from commenting on this site.
Feminist mods don't ban me.

I don't know what the hype is all about for this game, looks like a standard affair from the vids.

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