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Submitted by Esperino 480d ago | review

The Last of Us Review | Esperino

Naughty Dog’s acclaim stems from many years of game development, having pushed the likes of Crash Bandicoot, Jak & Daxter and the more recent Uncharted series into our home systems. It’s a reputation that’s been well-earned through a winning combination of gameplay and cinematic storytelling.

Expect this formula to continue in The Last of Us, which not only blurs the boundaries of what we thought the PlayStation 3 could accomplish, but succeeds in delivering a captivating tale that sticks with you long after the credits have rolled. (PS3, The Last Of Us) 9.0/10

mayberry  +   480d ago
Online is BOSS!
lnvisibleMan  +   480d ago
Ellie is BOSS! She has one of the best lines of any video game character

'Ellie is the little girl, that broke your fucking finger'
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Hanso  +   480d ago
finished TLoU yesterday my new fav nr1 game :)

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