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Submitted by creHEARTive 679d ago | preview

The Last Of Us | GamerHub TV Preview

A vicious and viral infection has spread throughout America. Overgrown vegetation has begun to seep through the cracks and spaces of brick and mortar. The world is at an end at the hands of this voracious disease and the key to its salvation may lie with one girl. Her name is Ellie. In The Last Of Us, you play as Joel, a man with a sorted past tasked with transporting Ellie to a resistance group known as the Fireflies. GamerHub.TV was able to spend some time with The Last Of Us as Joel attempted to transport Ellie through Lincoln, PA in search of a old friend. Find out what The Last Of Us has in store in our preview! (PS3, The Last Of Us)

ohcatrina  +   679d ago
Played a demo in LA not long ago and I am SO EXCITED!
DDDGirlGamer85  +   679d ago
Looks GReat! CAN'T WAIT!
gamerlive  +   679d ago
Sony has already registered domains for two sequels.

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