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The Last of Us: Part II

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Genre: Adventure, Shooter

Platforms: PlayStation 4

Versions: See 3 more versions of this game

Set 5 years after the events of The Last of Us, we see the return of Joel and Ellie. Driven by hatred, Ellie sets out for Seattle to serve justice. However, she begins to wonder what justice really means.


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Great 100%

Even days removed from completing my first playthrough, I'm still reeling from it all. The emotional impact is deafening. And while the game spends most of its time drenched in the unnerving and dread, I found the moments of hope and happiness to be incredibly effective. I really felt the heft of Ellie's journey. New characters get their time and feel completely fleshed out. Gameplay is excellent. Not since Metal Gear 5 has stealth felt so good.... Read More

Positive points
Story, gameplay, rope physics, Seattle, strong ladies, good dogs, crying
Negative points
Can drag a bit in places

Good 90%

In the last few years I've come to realize that I'm willing to give a story a lot of leeway if I can tell that decisions were made with clear artistic intent. I'm one of those "The Last Jedi"-likers who appreciates that we got a story that tried to take its franchise in a new direction. In my view, The Last of Us 2 is the same, and gratified me in a way I had not expected from the sequel to a game that famously did not need one. And just like "T... Read More

Positive points
Item scarcity propels the gameplay, and elevates what would normally be a fairly bog standard combat system into something tense and, at its peak, exhilarating. The dialogue and writing is as naturali... Read More
Negative points
Its controversial structure and plot choices will definitely not work for some people. Even as a fan of the choices they made, particular moments do take the wind out of the sails of what is for the m... Read More

Great 100%

This it's the most immersive with a story you can get in any form of entertaiment. You live ellie's revenge and you live everything that comes with it. I haven't see anything that can get this good on doing that, by the end, it won't be about that usual fun gaming experience, it's just something else that will stick with you for a while ─ regardless if you think it's bad or good. It's pretty bold to go for that nowadays. And it's also about yours... Read More

Positive points
Bold story-telling Incredibly good gameplay Perfect animations Best graphics on PS4 The sound is superb as well as the soundtrack I mean, it is really a technical masterpiece.... Read More
Negative points
The structure and pacing of the story did it's job for what it was trying to achieve, but sometimes flashbacks really slow things down at very intense moments.

10%

Betrays TLOU 1. Any redeeming quality dies with that. Simply avoid this.

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Graphics
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Story.

Great 100%

It's a gritty revenge story and it does a lot of the things you expect from a revenge story, but it does this better than any game I've ever played. The tone and visual style are perfect, the gameplay is gripping and very deep. The narritive of the game sucked me in completely, I was totally invested. And the game took that and turned it on its head in a way that only a video game could. On a technical level the game is phenominal. The sound des... Read More
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