Does Elizabeth from BioShock: Infinite reign supreme, or does newcomer Ellie in The Last of Us take the crown?
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I don't really agree with the article. Not because the author didn't make great points, or that it was poorly written. I just think that neither of these characters make me feel like I am escorting them. For the most part they take care of themselves and have even gotten me out of a jam a few times.
funny thing is, Troy Baker plays Booker and Joel
Elizabeth > ellen page ripoff
Kickass 14y/o > Disney Princess Ripoff
Elizabeth > generic companion trying to be witty
One does not"escort" either of these characters in the traditional sense; they look after themselves -- Elizabeth regularly passes along ammo; Ellie joins the fray and fights. They are each unique, valuable and impressive in their own way. No real basis for comparing them --let alone choosing one as "the winner".
Sorry but "escorting at its finest" makes me think of "prostitution at its finest".
I- uh... wha?
You must know what an escort is Kran ;)
google 'escort urbandictionary' and you'll understand what IC-1101 is talking about
I'd say Elizabeth was less annoying, though Ellie gets credit for actually fighting. The AI in general with TLoU can get a little intrusive at times.
Its kind of unfair because elizabeth has powers where ellie is just a normal 14 year old girl. Also remember it is harder to create an ai partner especially when the game requires alot of stealth. Even though there are times ellie will break the immersion of being spotted naughty dog said they created it that way because they didnt want the player to get frustated if u were always seen. Plus the ai in the last of us is way more advanced then bioshock infinite. They dont even flank u, they just run straight to u like most ai do in most games. The ai in the last of us will try an flank u & come from all angles to kill u. Both partner ai's were great for what they were made to do but overall ai with the enemies included, the last of us triumphs in the overall experience.
We're talking about the partner AI, not the enemy AI. My point stands that Elizabeth is a less intrusive AI partner. She almost never blocked my path (unlike allies in TLoU who did it somewhat often), and never got stuck in obstacles for extended periods (until the next scripted point) which happened to Ellie twice in my game. Elizabeth is less intrusive, but she isn't as ambitious. Ellie actually fights and participates more in combat, which I'll give her credit for. I guess it kind of evens out.
Ellie kept getting in my way, i say Elizabeth.
Elizabeth For me is a better partner + doesn't say fuck/shit all the time .
I'd be saying fuck/shit too if I was living in a dangerous post-apocalyptic world where everyday is a struggle for survival.
Ellie is the best for me. Not just she gave me medicine or ammo, she also help me located the enemies ('Joel to your left / right!') or stab / throw bricks to enemies head when i cornered by the enemies. Also, she loved comic books (yay ^^), had some funny jokes / dialogues, and can handle herself (Ellie in winter season is badass!). Ellie like a real person compare to Elizabeth who always throwing money to my face, even when i don't need it. And in battle, besides throwing medicine / ammo, she just hiding doing nothing if we not command her to open that dimensional gate. Story wise, Elizabeth still an interesting character. But Ellie is better than her in my book ;)
escorting ashley in re4 was a pain
Ellie is way better as a character and as a fellow battle companion. I love it when she does steath kills to some dudes while I am fighting others XD.
For me it's Elizabeth. Both were good characters and were fleshed out and played similar roles in their games, but there was just something about Elizabeth. It might've been that I loved Bioshocks Art Style and Columbia more than a realistic version of Earth. Plus I loved how smart Elizabeth was.
why can't we love both?
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