It’s no secret that PCGMedia are big fans of Sony’s first party studio Naughty Dog. Over the past generation the studio has become the paragon for interactive storytelling in the minds of many, consistently raising the bar for narrative-driven games. While Sucker Punch, Quantic Dream and Kojima productions were demoing their next-gen facial animation technology at E3, a game with comparably realistic performances was already arriving in stores. This week, Naughty Dog released their latest game, The Last of Us, to both critical and commercial acclaim. In the same amount of time, The Last of Us has grossed more than Hollywood’s latest summer blockbuster Man of Steel has in the UK.