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Submitted by Cloudberry 773d ago | review

The Last of Us Review | AtomicGamer

The Last of Us doesn't revolutionize anything, but in these months when current-gen starts to become last-gen, the commitment by Sony and Naughty Dog to the long life of the PS3 is amazing - and this game is a perfect show of that dedication.

With a well-thought-out mythos, a mildly original take on the zombie survival game that relies more on superb execution and storytelling than innovative mechanics, acting that's so good we actually see character development happen without even words being spoken, and Naughty Dog's impressive engine and top-notch production values, it all comes together to make for a wonderful reminder that not all big-budget action games need to be measured in headshots-per-minute. (PS3, The Last Of Us) 9/10

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