The Last Of Us Headed To PS4 This Summer

Posted by Bob Muir on Apr 10, 2014 in Videogames

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As rumored, Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us is getting a PS4 release. First released in June 2013, the original version pushed the PS3 to its limits, using what Naughty Dog learned from making the Uncharted trilogy, and won tons of awards. However, it’s not surprising that Sony would like the game to have a longer tail when it comes to sales, and putting it on their new system will help. The Last of Us Remastered will run at 1080p and is targeting a frame rate of 60fps; all the DLC will be included, as well as a commentary track. Those are all the details shared so far, so it’s not yet clear if there will be any other improvements. It’s a tough proposition for many gamers, though. Read more…

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The Last of Us Live-Action Film On The Way

Posted by Ben Huber on Mar 8, 2014 in Cinema, Videogames

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Interesting: Sony announced yesterday The Last of Us will be adapted as a live-action film. The big thing for many fans will be that Neil Druckmann, the creative director of the original game, is attached to write the script. Screen Gems will be distributing the film, and Sam Raimi’s production company, Ghost House Pictures, will be producing it. I saw some people interpreting this as Sam Raimi possibly directing it, but I’m not sure about that. Just because he’s producing it doesn’t mean he’ll direct too. We’ll have to wait and see. My guess is that we’ll instead see a newer director get this project as a chance to prove themselves to the studios. Read more…

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The Last of Us: Left Behind DLC Arrives on Valentine’s Day

Posted by Ben Huber on Feb 9, 2014 in Videogames

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A single-player DLC pack is coming out for The Last of Us soon, titled Left Behind. The short story tells of Ellie’s adventures before she meets Joel, as she encounters her friend Riley who had mysteriously disappeared a few week prior. Riley reveals something surprising to Ellie, and the two sneak of of school into the dangerous outside world. I’m hoping it turns out good, as I love the idea of playing as Ellie some more. Playing as Joel in the main game was fine, but still reminded me of the “dadification” of games a bit. This looks fantastic though! Check out the trailer and then grab the DLC on Valentine’s Day for $14.99. Read more…

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Become Part Of ‘The Last Of Us’ In Live Action Ad

Posted by Bob Muir on Jun 6, 2013 in Videogames

The Last of Us Live Action Ad

Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us comes out on PS3 on June 14, so the marketing is ramping up to make sure everyone knows about the latest game from the makers of Uncharted. This live-action trailer depicts a player becoming Joel, being completely immersed in the game. From what we’ve seen of the game, The Last of Us is a tense survival game with some horror elements. Joel must protect the young Ellie, and because Naughty Dog intends for their relationship to be a major aspect of the game, becoming immersed would be vital for making that emotional connection work. Early reviews have nothing but glowing praise for the game, so hopefully this will be a strong near-swan song to help close the current generation of gaming consoles before the PS4 and Xbox One come out this fall. Read more…

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New The Last of Us Trailer From the VGAs

Posted by Ben Huber on Dec 8, 2012 in Videogames

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The Last of Us is one of my most anticipated games for 2013, so any new information that creeps out for it I jump upon it instantly. The latest news is a fresh trailer out of the Spike TV Video Game Awards, and it looks fantastic, which is no surprise. While the VGAs themselves are still pretty embarrassing, the new game reveals are always a plus. This trailer gives a bit of a deeper look into the story of the game, as well as some new environments too! I love the visuals you see here, but I’m guessing most of it is cinematics. The gameplay we do see though looks great. I’m pretty excited! Read more…

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