A remarkable-looking game where the payoff at the end is definitely worth the journey.
By Gopal Sathe
The Last of Us is a remarkable-looking game, with rounded characters and an interesting world. Much of the joy of the game comes from watching the story unfold, so we won’t give away details. But it’s set in a post-zombie apocalypse scenario—the human survivors are isolated, in small settlements and one-man fortifications. You have to scavenge parts, craft weapons and bandages, and it’s usually better to avoid your enemies instead of confronting them.