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Preview: Last Of Us | Super PolyPixel

Super PolyPixel - I’ve had high hopes for Last of Us ever since its revealing. This game relies heavily on stealth, so if that’s not your bag I probably won’t recommend it. The tension and banter between the characters was perfect. Joel was terse and Ellie still had that naivety. Sure, the visuals looked fantastic, but I found myself drawing into the dynamic between these characters and how they worked together through the areas. It was short, but it was perhaps the biggest thing that stuck with me. I left wanting to know more about Joel, Ellie, and Tess. (PS3, The Last Of Us)

Ezz2013  +   752d ago
wow that was very good read
and this preview confirm that the game will let you explore alot

"****I did yearn for some sort of mini-map. The hallways often left me confused. I sometimes got lost trying to figure out where my objective was (which is not cool when you are trying to avoid creepy Clickers). I noticed others had the same issue and I wish I had asked about that for the final product. But that didn’t deter me from the experience I had. It added to the sense of urgency and realness of the situation. Of course you wouldn’t have a HUD in real life! Silly! Granted, I probably wouldn’t have felt so self conscience about the whole thing if there weren’t several hundred people passing through and representatives staring at you the whole time.

The demo left me with a little sense of awe and regret. I wanted to keep playing.****"

every preview make me love the game even more
Bathyj  +   752d ago
Thats probably deliberate for the sake of tension.

Imagine stalking enemies through endless hallways, cool and calm, until you get spotted and it all goes pear shaped. Then you panic and have to run and you dont have a big yellow arrow telling you the right direction.

It all makes for a very tense scenario.
Ezz2013  +   752d ago
wow!! this will be a nightmare for me
(which i know will happen while i'm playing)

BTW, bathyj
you were right about ND making a new genre with the last of us
read this
http://www.neogaf.com/forum...
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Bathyj  +   752d ago
Ha, do you remember that?
I called it a SASHA
Stealth Action Survival Horror Adventure.

Yeah, people are going to have to unlearn alot of things gaming has drilled into them if theyre going to enjoy TLoU the way its meant to be played.
Ezz2013  +   752d ago
yes i do :)
at first i thought you were just joking but with every trailer and gameplay
i start to see your point
untill i saw that comment ..which confirm that you were right

you are the one who called it first here
and i very happy you were right
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KidBroSweets2  +   752d ago
^ Bro-mance
Sevir  +   752d ago
LOL
Bromance! Lol
nix  +   752d ago
lol....

sorry guys. but i had to laugh. nothing wrong. nothing wrong.

OT: this game is so so... going to be amazing.
SonyDrone1125   752d ago | Spam
TheSuperior  +   752d ago
This game is going to be amazing
NeXXXuS  +   752d ago
So happy I preordered the Survival Edition.

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