By Doug Kline
It's a little hard to describe The Last of Us in a few words. The words that immediately come to mind are stunning, brutal, immersive, and surprisingly beautiful.
I could spend all day wandering the decaying streets and lush forests of western Pennsylvania if given the chance. But in a harsh, post-pandemic new world, you aren’t given much time to rest. Infected humans are after you. Not zombies, but they are no doubt infected. Then there’s the other all-too-human survivors. They’re even more dangerous than the bloodthirsty infected.