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Submitted by ltachiUchiha 462d ago | review

The Last of Us Review – A Lesson in True Moral Ambiguity | TechnoBuffalo

By Ron Duwell

The Last of Us is the biggest leap the company has ever taken in nailing what games truly need to become if they want to be morally ambiguous. Leaving decisions in the hands of gamers does not force them to face their darkest fears, and lets them steer away into a more comfortable zone. The Last of Us grabs a hold from beginning to end and never lets up in forcing you to come to terms with what you see and do.

Bravo to Naughty Dog for calling out a decade of “choice” in video games with The Last of Us; it’s truly a one of a kind masterpiece. (PS3, The Last Of Us) 9.5/10

seepamann  +   462d ago
Very Well Deserve
Williamson  +   462d ago
Anyone know if new game+ increases the difficulty? I played on hard.
AznGaara  +   462d ago
Played 1 hour through new game + on hard and... It's not harder... At least I think so. Maybe because I also know what I'm doing now. Survival mode is nothing. Meaning you get nothing, like the game barely gives you anything at all... Oh and you can't "listen"

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