On the cusp of gaming's next generation, with E3 having just unloaded rounds of variegated technological goodies (and horrors) into our optic nerves, one would expect developers to be putting all efforts toward the future - in the case of Playstation, looking ahead to the Playstation 4 while abandoning its seven-year-old predecessor like a quickly dying planet.
A supposition that couldn't be further from the truth. Case in point: The Last of Us.
This latest Playstation-exclusive game, which has players navigating
their way through an America twenty years deep into a
population-whittling infection outbreak, is arguably the console's most
masterful game to date. It is potent in ways heretofore alien to the
world of gaming, giving the Playstation 3 not only one of its most enthralling and immersive experiences, but its last one at that.
Delving into this acclaim-arrayed swansong, there is an unmistakable quality on every level.
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