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The Last of Us is (dare I say it) my favorite game of all time. It hit all the right notes when it came to story, characters, and gameplay throughout an emotional journey of a man and an adolescent girl trekking across the U.S. It’s an emotional roller-coaster the whole way — a daunting, and unforgettable experience. Anyway, you know all of this, unless you’ve been under a rock since 2013.
Today, I want to shed some light on an underappreciated aspect of The Last of Us, its online multiplayer. Curtis Sleme and I sit down and chat about why The Last of Us online is among our favorite multiplayer games.
The Last of Us Part II is still very mysterious, but certain parts of the game’s plot are starting to come together and make a bit more sense. After yesterday’s trailer showed off a handful of new characters, there’s a bunch of new theories and ties to past promotional/concept art and easter eggs. Read more…
Brett Medlock is a senior editor and a lead on video production here at Enthusiast Gaming. He’s obsessed with action-adventure games, platinum trophies, and K-pop. To hear more about how lame he is, follow him on Twitter @brettnll