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The Last of Us: Part II (PlayStation 4)

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The Last of Us Part II

Five years after their dangerous journey across the post-pandemic United States, Ellie and Joel have settled down in Jackson, Wyoming. Living amongst a thriving community of survivors has allowed them peace and stability, despite the constant threat of the infected and other, more desperate survivors.

When a violent event disrupts that peace, Ellie embarks on a relentless journey to carry out justice and find closure. As she hunts those responsible one by one, she is confronted with the devastating physical and emotional repercussions of her actions.


A GROUND-BREAKING EXPERIENCE

A Complex and Emotional Stotry
Experience the escalating moral conflicts created by Ellie’s relentless pursuit of vengeance. The cycle of violence left in her wake will challenge your notions of right versus wrong, good versus evil, and hero versus villain.

Tense and Desperate Action-Survival Gameplay
Set out on Ellie’s journey, taking her from the peaceful mountains and forests of Jackson to the lush, overgrown ruins of greater Seattle. Encounter new survivor groups, unfamiliar and treacherous environments, and terrifying evolutions of the infected. Brought to life by the latest iteration of the Naughty Dog engine, the deadly characters and world are more realistic and meticulously detailed than ever before.

A Beautiful Yet Dangerous World
New and evolved gameplay systems deliver upon the life-or-death stakes of Ellie’s journey through the hostile world. Feel her desperate struggle for survival through improved features such as high-intensity melee combat, fluid movement, and dynamic stealth. A broad variety of weapons, crafting items, skills, and upgrades allows you to personalize Ellie’s capabilities to your play style.


Pre-Order and Receive the Following In-Game Items at Launch:
  • Ammo Capacity Upgrade: Instantly unlock an ammo capacity upgrade for Ellie’s pistol.
  • Crafting Training Manual: Instantly unlock the Crafting Training Manual, which provides access to new crafting recipes and upgrades**.
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General

Vendor: Naughty Dog
Release date: June 2020
Dimensions: 170 x 135 x 15mm (L x W x T)
Platform: PlayStation 4  PlayStation 4
Categories: Games > Action
Games > Adventure
Games > PS4 > Games > Action
Games > PS4 > Games > Adventure
LSN: X8S-0T2-922-7
Barcode: 0711719330004
Age Restriction: 18

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Wed, 4 Dec 2019 | Review by: Alric T

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Fri, 6 Dec 2019 | Review by: Johnson S

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This is going to be FIRE.

Mon, 1 Jun 2020 | Review by: vox

Don't listen to the bigots and the jealous gameless Xbox owners, this is the sequel to one of the greatest videogames ever made, produced and developed by one of the best game studios/1st party AAA Sony exclusive devs in the entire videogame industry. I mean who are you going to trust, Naughty Dog with their gold star 35 years of gaming excellence pedigree or some alt-right 4chan-surfing hate-mongering incels?

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Mon, 8 Jun 2020 | Review by: Saahil N

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Fri, 19 Jun 2020 | Review by: Greatwolf8

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Mon, 22 Jun 2020 | Review by: Jean M

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Mon, 6 Jul 2020 | Review by: ADAM B

This franchise is all about the story. Without the story the game means nothing. This game does have great visuals and great gameplay, but the main focus needs to be the story. The story just isn’t good and it tries too hard to make you feel sorry for people that you immediately don’t want to feel sorry for. And the ending tries so hard to make you feel sad, without making any logical sense.

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Mon, 6 Jul 2020 | Review by: Alarics Fine Wares

The Last of Us 2 is a true testament to how not to make a sequel for a game. While gameplay received better animations and such, it mostly remained the exact same and becomes monotonous and predictable over the 25+ hour story. While it’s not bad, you'd hope for a much bigger upgrade or overhaul of crafting and other gameplay mechanics, but many remained completely untouched. But the gameplay isn’t what causes this game to be a failure in my opinion, because that’s not what people really play TLOU for anyways. People play for the characters and story, which is nothing short of disappointing and misguided in this game. The utter lack of respect toward previous or even new characters prevents the player from getting invested in them, and the game fails to utilize the one relationship the player was already invested in going into the game. Instead they demolish that relationship, and never really show it getting back to anything of what it used to be. Most other characters in this game are stagnant and replaceable, and while they have good performances, fail to make me care about them in a meaningful way. That is, until they get brutally murdered on a quest for revenge. By the end of the game I was so numb to violence nothing shocked me anymore, and I’m not sure what the game was even trying to say through all this violence and misery. What I do know is that I feel devastated for Ellie and deep hatred for another character. I truly hope Naughty Dog lets this franchise die in the pit they dug for it. I absolutely loved the first game, but this train wreck wants me to feel depressed for nothing. Some of the lessons it tries to teach seem so stupidly simple I asked myself if I was even hearing it right. All I can hear now is the ringing in my ears after listening to one of my favorite games get pillaged and massacred in the name of “Subverted Expectations”. Do not recommend.

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Mon, 6 Jul 2020 | Review by: Bill E

Oh boy... Where to begin... If you are like me, you played The Last of Us Part 1 way back during it's release on the PS3. The game had stunning graphics, great sound, good gameplay, but the things that made it one of the best games on the platform was the beauty of the level designs and above that the magnificent storyline involving two of main characters with their struggle to survive and make sense of the world. That recipe landed it the game of the year back then on the PS3 and then again on the PS4 when it was released as a remastered version which I also bought. I had two TLOU1 copies total spanning two systems. That was just how good it was. Fast forward to today and to Part 2 of this iconic game. Let's start with what it got right from the recipe of the old game. GRAPHICS and Level Design: Like the first, Part 2 continues on stunning displays of the environment. No complaints there. SOUND: Again, it is on par with the first. GAMEPLAY: This is for the most part on par again with the first with a few additions to make exploring more realistic thus giving it a slight edge. Sadly, from here on out it is downhill. Way downhill... STORYLINE: I enjoyed the game for about 2 hours into it. Then IT happens. Death is understandable in a game with an apocalyptic setting. It can be sad but still illicit a positive experience to the player. Flashback to FF7 when Aerith meets the grim reaper with an 8 ft blade. It was traumatic yet it didn't leave a horribly bad aftertaste by the end of the game. In TLOU2 though, it felt unnecessarily rushed. Like someone couldn't wait to get rid of one of the characters. Then to make matters worse, you have to play as the character who ended such a beloved one from the 1st game. The theme of revenge is done relatively like any other game or movie before, and it doesn't really make the player feel much excitement to see what happens next. It starts becoming boring and predictable. At least until the end where they throw you another curve ball to ruin yet another character from the 1st game. You're left with a sense of what was the point of all of this? In the 1st game, you had a clear goal. The twists and turns to reach it all fit together nicely, until the end where they also throw you a curve ball to the story. But unlike the 1st where there was a purpose to the actions that led to the end, in Part 2 the player is left with a strong feeling to scream "WTF was the point of all this!?". The story is severely flawed. The ending leaves you with nothing, and worse it tarnishes the legacy and choices made by the end of the 1st game. All in all, The Last of Us 2 is only worth playing if you're into good graphics and gameplay mechanics. Those who want a kickass story with memorable characters will be better served not playing story mode at all. Hopefully they will release a Multiplayer for the game, because that will be the only thing worth playing in this sorry excuse for a sequel to such an iconic game of years ago. Since this game relies heavily on the storyline aspect due to the lack of a multiplayer option, I cannot give it a good score. The story isn't any good. That alone is more than enough to overshadow any of the positives the game has.

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Mon, 6 Jul 2020 | Review by: Curtis J

where do I even begin. On a technical level, this is Naughty Dog's best game. The graphics are amazing and the gameplay is buttery smooth. I do wish the jump button was used in a more interesting way. The combat feels mostly the same with new additions like the silencer that I enjoyed the most. I feel that upgrades for guns and abilities have been done better in this game too. Environments feel more real and they were a blast to play through. Those were my only positives sadly. I played this game on hard and god damn is this AI bad, absolutely no strides forward since 2013 and I had to check a few times to see if the difficulty switched to easy or something. And the story, I hated every second of it. The reason that I fell in love with the first game was because of how real the characters were. I know it has been said a million times but I love the relationship between Joel and Ellie and I couldn't wait to see what they would do in this game. So why does Joel get merked in the first 2 hours? It pisses me off beyond belief. In my opinion, the characters seem way off and boring. I hated Jesse instantly and Dina is such a dry and uninteresting person. And Tommy seems so off and the way he acts was so strange to me. Ellie is no longer a witty and impulsive girl that made you laugh and happy. She is now a stone-cold killer with little to no emotion. The revenge plot is just so stupid and I never thought it would pay off. Which it didn't. I hated every second that I had to play as Abby, and since you play her for nearly half the game, I lost my mind. I have absolutely no sympathy for her and what her past was. She is uninteresting and her character depth is dog **** The game is so brutal and violent it made me sick. The way every person is treated and how they all suffer in some way just hurts me. Joel dies, Jesse dies, Tommy gets shot in the head and loses an eye, Dina abandons Ellie, and Ellie ends the game alone, fingerless, and sad. This brings me to the ending which I could barely get myself too. My mental state was that bad. So, why does Ellie spare Abby? You spend the entire game hunting her down and you kill hundreds of people to get to Abby. The moral of the story is that killing is bad and the cycle of revenge, so basically the game is telling me that killing Abby would get me nowhere. But this is stupid because the story tells me that you need to kill everyone in your path to get to Abby and when I get there, the game says no and insert cutscene. At least give the player a choice. I bet 95 percent of all players would absolutely destroy Abby in the worst way possible. Why am I told to kill for the first 25 hours but not the final resolution? It feels cheap and left such a bad taste in my mouth, I couldn't even break a smile. In fact, the only time I did smile was during the flashbacks with Joel and Ellie. It shows what the game could have been without all the hate and sadness. And the scenes like Owen and Abby in the aquarium I just thought about how this scene could have been good if replaced by Joel and Ellie. The game ending with Ellie unable to play guitar and all alone just crushes me. She didn't deserve any of this. This game is so depressing and intentionally filled with hate. By the end, the game gave me so many negative feelings I can't even explain them. Why would anyone want that in a video game? I cried because the game is so sad and feels like a slap in the face compared to the first game. The game did not need to be like this, I would have loved if it was just the Joel and Ellie flashbacks. I still can't believe this is the end result. I could go more in-depth but I don't want to. I can't express how much it hurts me. Just like Reggie said, "If it's not fun, why bother"? So don't. Don't bother

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Mon, 6 Jul 2020 | Review by: Riyaad M

Spit in the face of everyone who loved the first game. On no green earth is this a good game by any stretch. You are forced to witness the death of a beloved character and then play as the murderer of said character all the while the game wants you to sympathize with them. Then towards the end, Ellie can not even bring herself to take revenge but seems to have no problem killing hundreds of people instead. This game may receive lots of criticism for political reasons, I am just appalled and the disrespect this game showed towards the first one. Would not recommend, save your money folks.

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Mon, 6 Jul 2020 | Review by: Sidney E

Graphics are amazing. It's not the worst game ever made. But I wouldn't call it good. While I enjoy the combat even though it's outdated, I play last of us for story, the story is what made this games downfall. I will point out just one very big plotpoint now, will not spoil the rest. The way they handled one particular death in this game is bad... and I mean BAD. so you will tell me a person who killed hundreds of guys in the last game... met his end by a golfclub? (Also, how stupid is it to have him reveal his name to complete strangers?) Oh, yeah, it's just so he could die.. . Let's be real, you know who I'm talking about and I don't think any of us expected him to survive this game... But kill him like that and not even at the end of the game? By a character we barely know and not a good character at that.. I'm disappointed ND. You have lost my faith again. The writing was BAD. I wouldn't recommend the game to hardcore TLOU fans. People who never played the 1st, might like this game. I could see this being at least a 7-8 for people who never played the 1st. For me? 1 out of 5

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Mon, 6 Jul 2020 | Review by: Sifiso M

Holy god the story was so god awful I waited 7 years for this. I wanted to quit so many times though out the Abby line. Completely devoid of an interesting or satisfying plot. The graphics where okay and the gameplay was the same as always which does get old. Solid use of destroying all character development from the previous game and forgetting to develop characters in this one. I do not suggest buying this game if not only for the graphics.

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Mon, 6 Jul 2020 | Review by: Prevashen M

disappointing follow up filled with inconsistencies, disrespect, a general lack of logic in decision making. despite the possibility of experiencing sensible, realistic, and above all interesting journeys with new and returning characters, the developers decide to shove mostly dry garbage in your face and force you to drudgingly eat it for hours on end. lets be real this series is all about the story and the passable game play is just a tool to tell it. if graphics and immersion are so goddamn important minecraft wouldn't even be a thing. if the gameplay was so crucial and fun it would be at the core of everybody's love for the series but its not. who says i play the last of us on repeat mainly for the really note tedious scrounging and extreme gore? sadists? a majority of people drop less than a week's worth of total playtime on the game then decide whether it was a worthwhile and satisfying experience. while the technical atmosphere was mostly great the drag of a plot is trash and kills the whole experience. delusional fans deflecting excuses toward strawman arguments instead of the real problem on how key moments of this game are total nonsensical garbage is actually just extremely sad. i was so excited to experience this new installment, now its all just dissatisfaction and disgust. this game is a 7 AT BEST, especially considering what came before. anybody giving this game a near-perfect score is delusional

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Mon, 6 Jul 2020 | Review by: JERRY R

Absolute disrespect towards the 1st game. The story and the characters are so horribly written that it doesn't even make me angry anymore, just sad. There is nothing new in the gameplay we haven't seen already in other games. The only thing that's truly great about this game are the graphics. But that's it. The quality of the story rivals the story of Star Wars VIII: The last jedi. And i didn't even mention the forced SJW/gender propaganda (however, these are not the core problems of the game). Verdict: 4/10 (just because the graphics are amazing). - If you're looking for a great story, AVOID this game. - If you're a fan of the story and characters of the 1st tlou, AVOID this game. - If you don't like it when someone spits in your (or Joel's) face, AVOID this game. - If you don't care about the franchise and the future of gaming at all and all you seek are the graphics, buy this game.

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Average. Days Gone was more fun

Thu, 9 Jul 2020 | Review by: Rowan L

Average. Days Gone was more fun

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What the heck was that

Mon, 13 Jul 2020 | Review by: Dane H

Beautiful game, and brilliant story in isolation. But was it the story what The Last of Us deserved? Absolutely not. I've never been bugged by violence, but it's like they tried to create the most miserable experience possible. To the point where it comes off as forced. Meh. Gameplay 9/10 Story 2/10

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Beatuful grapchis, atrocious story

Thu, 22 Oct 2020 | Review by: Dante B

Save your money and wait for this to go on sale. Also, make sure you have a lot of time to waste, and that you have nothing better to play before torturing yourself with this abomination

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