Beware Spoilers Ahead/Read at Your Own Risk. The masterpiece from Naughty Dog, The Last of Us took inspiration from a post apocalyptic novel written by American writer Cormac McCarthy.
Hidden images don't reveal what inspired TLOU, ND did that themselves endlessly in interviews prior to release and afterwards. Why search with a magnifying glass when you can search with Google?
I think in an interview, ND confirmed "The Road" inspired this game somewhat. It's very fogy in my memory, so maybe I was high or it was a dream. Don't get me wrong, still an amazing game. My personal favorite game this generation.
no matter where it came from.... the creative mind at Naughty Dog is the main why The Last of Us is consider as masterpiece of current generation......
one of the greatest of all time, this game nailed something that i always dreamed about (since begging of current gen) this game combined the great epic cinematic experience feel without the strictly linear pace(regenerating health, moving forward, few weapons, the trend we're seeing this gen) most action games in this gen felt incredibly cinematic and epic but the gameplay felt "on rail", lacking the old school variety, the last of us combined the two perfectly in adam sessler's voice, the last of us is ......."a FIVE..... out of FIVE"
i wouldn't call that hidden. but pretty cool nonetheless. looking forward to tlou dlc,
this is not a game based on the road,different story. it's Naughty dog's masterpiece and one of the best games so far to everything!
It's not BASED per se but there's a definite influence there from McCarthy's book.
It's a nice little easter egg, but everyone already knew this. Though I feel like there's more than a little of True Grit in The Last of Us as well.
I read that book. One of the most depressing stories I've ever read. You can definitely tell that TLoU drew from it. The main difference is that in The Road, you never really discover what causes the end of the world, the Earth is just a wasteland of death and misery.
I seem the movie and it was awesome Bought the book on my iPhone a few months ago after how amazing the movie was Haven't had the time to read it yet
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