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Submitted by CleverHaiku 562d ago | news

The Last Of Us: Emotional Evolution of the Survival Horror Genre

"Taking a page from the Walking Dead comic series (and the smash hit television adaptation – and especially the Telltale Games adaptation), E3’s latest survival horror offering, The Last of Us, will focus more on the threat posed by ordinary human beings than of the infected monstrosities roaming the game’s post-apocalyptic surroundings." (E3, Naughty Dog, PS3, The Last Of Us, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day")

Credit url: thediplomat.com
dboyc310  +   562d ago
The opening scene is just simply heart breaking. This is how you do character development. You felt every sense of survival from these characters leading to a great a bond from player to character.
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