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Submitted by Walker 685d ago | review

The Last of Us Review | EldojoGamer

In closing, a word of warning: this game is not for kids: with sincerity and without intention to be derogatory, if you got 17 or 18 years, both real and intellectual, not play. Really. You will not know, and you will be able to grasp entirely what you are trying to say. You will not be able to generate a complete empathy of the entire spectrum of emotions inside of The Last of Us And what's worse, you're going to waste an amazing experience, impeccable, for snatched. Haceme case, hang in the waiting, lived a little longer. Perde some things, wins others. Not your fault, just you have to live a little more And there recently, tirate headlong into this marvel. (PS3, The Last Of Us) 100/100

xReDeMpTiOnx  +   685d ago
What is this like #214/215 perfect score!
dc1  +   685d ago
No!... but you're close ;)

Really, as a gamer, I enjoy seeing wellcrafted adult/grownup games do well at the 'box office'. There are so many other games that fit the bill- Witcher 2 comes to mind.

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