Nerd Reactor reviews The Last of Us single player and multiplayer content, finding it to be one of the best games ever made; a game that defines a genre and breaks new ground.
this is possibly the first game that got me hooked from beginning to ending. im currently on my 3rd playthrough LOL. not even demons souls did that to me. what i would really REALLY like, and im prbably not the only one to agree on this. i would like for episodic dlc for this game. naughty already said that joel and ellies stories are done. i would like the episodes to wrap up this whole story arc (ie: tommy, bill, pre-tess, pre-henry/sam, ish, even david). that way if they have a sequel, they can start with a whole new arc. this universe is RIPE for the taking.
I hope, and it would make sense, that the DLC has new multi player modes that include co-op fighting off infected. Or just including game modes that include infected as well as the opposing team. Story driven DLC will of course be awesome too.
actually, i think you may get your wish on the coop part. i been reading that they are looking to implement a coop survival mode, akin to horde mode.
Who is disagreeing with me. I just said that all forms of DLC would be cool.
SPOILERS IN THIS THREAD GUYS. DO NOT READ
STOP HERE. DO NOT SCROLL DOWN DON'T DOWN BUBBLE HIM THOUGH. HE JUST MADE A MISTAKE
I think the SP DLC will be about Joels transformation into a brutal, almost heartless, survivor. Likely taking place directly after or soon after the prologue with his daughter.There was just to many throwbacks to his pasts throughout the game for them not to focus on it. Should be good!
i agree! any type of single-player experience would be welcomed. there are just soo many side paths that naughty can go down and venture, its ridiculous!
its been awhile since I said that is one of the few masterpieces that I will remember years to come-great great game and Im talking about single player of course
WARNING: SPOILERS IN MY COMMENT DIRECTLY BELOW!!! DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVE NOT FINISHED THE GAME!!!!!! Sorry this isn't a reply, I just wanted to warn people
You could just edit your comment with a spoiler warning like an adult. Just like I have. Though I find it curious you say you wish you could edit your comment and I see you've edited two comments on this page...
My first choice would have been to edit the comment to remove the spoiler but it was to late because too much time had already passed and N4G doesn't allow you to edit your comment after a certain time period. The only reason I wrote these two warnings was because I couldn't possibly edit my comment.
I recently just finished up this game and I have to say that The Last of Us is truly a masterpiece and everything that I had hoped for. The game really hooked me from start to finish and I really sympathized with all the characters. The ending surprised me in good way and I am glad that both Joel and Ellie lived. I really hope that Naughty Dog makes a sequel on the PS4.
Not to be a jerk, but I bet if you hadn't beat the game yet and you read this comment section and someone gave the ending away like you just did, you'd probably be pretty pissed.
i dont think he gave any much, if any. the story is so deep that seeing the words 'joel', 'ellie', 'survive', is nothing much to go on. play the game and youll be pleasantly surprised.
My bad, while I was writing the comment I totally forgot that I was spoiling the game. I really wish I could edit my comment so that I could remove that part or at least warn other people that a spoiler was coming. The last thing I would want to do is spoil a game especially this one. If I just could edit it so that no one else can see it. Anyways sorry for the people I ruined it for :(
WARNING: SPOILERS IN MY COMMENT UP ABOVE !!!!!!!
Anyone reading though these comments should at least not be THAT pissed. I avoided all N4G articles about TLOU, until I beat it, because I'm not an idiot.
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