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Review: 'The Last of Us' a gripping tale of survival
Paul Sartori: The big new PS3 game is not your typical zombie romp, this is a breath of fresh (OK, foul) air.
Naughty Dog throws out its own rule book and challenges players to survive a harrowing but thrilling journey through a world forever changed by death and destruction.
Before rushing into the era of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, let's not forget the current boxes many of us have in our homes still have plenty of life left. One of the shining examples of this is The Last of Us, an incredible journey that delivers a
This is a quality The Last of Us: American Dreams personifies more than any other video game tie-in I've read. I have no idea when or if I'll play the video game. But regardless, I'm enjoying the heck out of American Dreams. Picking up where issue #1
The Last of Us mines the same post-apocalyptic scenario as dozens of other games, but its approach is starkly its own. It paints a vision of a near-future that is cold, heartless and, in many cases, downright evil. It's not a fun place to be, and