By David Farrell
The Last of Us is a game which players will fondly reminisce about many years from now. It isn’t perfect, but it is nevertheless a masterpiece; I’ll say it straight away. With a story as captivating as anything on the big screen (or perhaps more fittingly, on AMC’s The Walking Dead); exciting, original and clever gameplay; and with a campaign that will last you a good 20 hours, Naughty Dog has done it again. I am a huge fan of the Uncharted series, but even so, I must admit that the developer’s new outing is leaps and bounds ahead of Nathan Drake’s treasure hunting adventures. The Last of Us is likely the last PS3 game I play before I dive head first into next gen, and I can’t imagine a better way to send it off.