Thursday, May 3, 2012

Heroes are about the inner strength more than just sexuality and being tough

Remember action movies and we usually get the brolic tough guy and the sexy woman whose got ass and boobs as loaded as the guns she's using? Well in Naughty Dog's "The Last Of Us" they portray the two main characters as humanly realistic as possible so no Channing Tatum and Scarlett Johansson kind of action here.

While Ellie our 14yr old whose more advanced than we know (No constant Facebook status updates) also accompanies our main guy Joel who is a ruthless survivor. This is the kind of game that makes me excited in so many ways that game companies are going out and beyond to create something that makes us work as gamers. This game bends survival and horror to levels that i didn't think were possible in something i could have at home rather something i would see on the big screen.

Post apocalyptic Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is in for a lot both for us as gamers and a damn worthwhile adventure for our heroes Joel and Ellie, the fun doesn't stop there they'll have to shoot and explore across the U.S.A to get past the hardships that plague them and the world as they knew it. The game promises its not your typical zombie game rather than exploring a fungal infection that kills humans (Of course) and makes us into something monstrous that needs to be killed. This game is an absolute test of character development and story so the composers are focusing on that aspect than on horror.

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