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Submitted by newgamernation 687d ago | review

No Quarter Given | The Last of Us Review (New Gamer Nation)

Heralded as the swan song exclusive of the generation, The Last of Us achieves what’s been deemed near impossible, and in doing so, drags us –kicking and screaming if need be– into a world and its denizens like few before. Yet, using survival at all costs as a mantra, has Naughty Dog‘s latest sacrificed the integral elements that are necessary for a game to flourish? (PS3, The Last Of Us) 9/10

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