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Posted by TurboMan

very curious as to how they handle combat in this DLC from a gameplay perspective.

Edited by PelleBert

Interesting!

Posted by Krataur

You know what? I certainly could go for some more of The Last of Us right about now.

Posted by Morningstar

Loved the game, ambivalent towards this. Don't know why.

Posted by leejunfan83

VIDEO GAMES!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Karkarov

So it is a prequel! Fun times!

Posted by baka_shinji17

The Last of the PS3 Games.

Posted by Flacracker

13 year old girls that sound like they are 25.

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Edited by Humanity

OH so THAT'S why Ellie was so good at shooting a hunting rifle! Duh!

Edited by RonGalaxy

13 year old girls that sound like they are 25.

Some people mature differently. Doesnt sound off to me at all.

Posted by Tearhead

13 year old girls that sound like they are 25.

Oh! You've seen my website?

Edited by Yummylee

Nah, I'd still rather wait and play the whole thing for myself.

Posted by Akujin

@flacracker: I have to agree with you they sound like two Women. not two Girls.

Edited by Skyfire543

Looking interesting. Always wanting more Last Of Us.

Posted by HatKing

Hm. I think I'll skip it. Uh, this video, not the DLC. The Last of Us ended up blowing me away after months of my reluctance and naysaying. I think I'll give them the benefit of the doubt on this. Plus it might be cool to go in not really knowing what to expect. Kind of wish I didn't even know the premise.

Posted by Azurath

This is going to turn into loli/yuri and it's going to be fucking weird, or at least done in a weird way.

It's comes out on fucking Valentine's Day, c'mon!

Posted by BBQBram

Can't stop me (from playing this DLC)!

Edited by LackingSaint

Gotta be honest, as somebody that ranks The Last of Us as one of his favourite stories in a game.. this opening scene seems kinda weak. I know it's super early to judge the DLC as a whole, but this bit felt really forced and weird. Ellie doesn't sound surprised at all, then suddenly sounds like she's on the verge of crying. Surely in a situation where somebody you haven't seen in several weeks bursts into your room, the former would become apparent before the latter? And I dunno, were there really that many scenes in the first game where characters just stood idle in a room speaking directly at eachother? I thought there was always a little more movement going on there.

Super minor complaints, and I hope in the end they're barely noticable. Just a shame they decided to pick a story everyone who played TLoU knows the ending to.

Posted by BBQBram

Gotta be honest, as somebody that ranks The Last of Us as one of his favourite stories in a game.. this opening scene seems kinda weak. I know it's super early to judge the DLC as a whole, but this bit felt really forced and weird. Ellie doesn't sound surprised at all, then suddenly sounds like she's on the verge of crying. Surely in a situation where somebody you haven't seen in several weeks bursts into your room, the former would become apparent before the latter? And I dunno, were there really that many scenes in the first game where characters just stood idle in a room speaking directly at eachother? I thought there was always a little more movement going on there.

Super minor complaints, and I hope in the end they're barely noticable. Just a shame they decided to pick a story everyone who played TLoU knows the ending to.

I'm excited but somewhat agree with you. Especially the way they'll handle combat in this could end up undermining Ellie's arc in the main game.

Posted by jyabsley

Looks great, now I have to set my PS3 back up on the TV.

Posted by bigjeffrey

@tearhead said:

@flacracker said:

13 year old girls that sound like they are 25.

Oh! You've seen my website?

Link please

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@bbqbram said:

@lackingsaint said:

Gotta be honest, as somebody that ranks The Last of Us as one of his favourite stories in a game.. this opening scene seems kinda weak. I know it's super early to judge the DLC as a whole, but this bit felt really forced and weird. Ellie doesn't sound surprised at all, then suddenly sounds like she's on the verge of crying. Surely in a situation where somebody you haven't seen in several weeks bursts into your room, the former would become apparent before the latter? And I dunno, were there really that many scenes in the first game where characters just stood idle in a room speaking directly at eachother? I thought there was always a little more movement going on there.

Super minor complaints, and I hope in the end they're barely noticable. Just a shame they decided to pick a story everyone who played TLoU knows the ending to.

I'm excited but somewhat agree with you. Especially the way they'll handle combat in this could end up undermining Ellie's arc in the main game.

Bet you play as Riley for most of it.

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@jyabsley said:

Looks great, now I have to set my PS3 back up on the TV.

Edited by Random45

You know, I forgot how fantastic the animation and character models in this game were. Seriously, look at them blinking, looking around hesitantly, the way their eyes move, it's like holy shit, it almost looks real.

Apparently they want to make the combat in this game harder than anything in the main game, while also making it more light hearted than the main game. Before watching this I thought that was a bit off, but now I can kinda see how they'll be able to pull it off.

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@bbqbram said:

@lackingsaint said:

Gotta be honest, as somebody that ranks The Last of Us as one of his favourite stories in a game.. this opening scene seems kinda weak. I know it's super early to judge the DLC as a whole, but this bit felt really forced and weird. Ellie doesn't sound surprised at all, then suddenly sounds like she's on the verge of crying. Surely in a situation where somebody you haven't seen in several weeks bursts into your room, the former would become apparent before the latter? And I dunno, were there really that many scenes in the first game where characters just stood idle in a room speaking directly at eachother? I thought there was always a little more movement going on there.

Super minor complaints, and I hope in the end they're barely noticable. Just a shame they decided to pick a story everyone who played TLoU knows the ending to.

I'm excited but somewhat agree with you. Especially the way they'll handle combat in this could end up undermining Ellie's arc in the main game.

Bet you play as Riley for most of it.

I hadn't thought of that, that could work.

Posted by whatisdelicious

All I see now is Jodie.

Posted by LiquidPrince

Looks so damn good. Looks better then 90% of next gen games out and announced, visually.

Posted by bombedyermom

So that's where Ellie gets her backpack.

Posted by Mars_Cleric

yeah looks like a prequel. I'll play it

Edited by zleilndka

Lets just wait it out, we can be all poetic and just lose our minds together...

Posted by plaintomato

Timing couldn't be better for me, something I'll care enough about to forget I'm waiting for Dark Souls 2.

Posted by lightsoda

I want this, yes I do.

Posted by kollay

Guess I can actually read the comic now in safety.

Edited by Axl_Rose

So is this before Ellie meets Joel?

Posted by Bartz

Ashley Johnson does a pretty good job at sounding like a kid with Ellie, but whoever they have playing Riley does not sound one bit like a kid. They're supposed to be like 12-13, right? She sounds 30.

Posted by KennyBhoy

Why did i trade this game in?!

God damnit!

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Posted by Branthog

For some reason, I care about DLC for The Last of Us just about as little as I care about the Bioshock DLC that I bought and haven't touched. I don't know if I'm just done with campaign DLC as a thing, now, or if . . . I dunno. . . it's just these titles that it turns me off of...?

Posted by Kohe321

@liquidprince said:

Looks so damn good. Looks better then 90% of next gen games out and announced, visually.

Yeah, it's pretty insane how much Naughty Dog has managed to squeeze out of pretty old hardware. I seriously can't wait for their next game on new hardware, and a new the last of us would be great in this regard.

Edited by knightlyknave

Well if it's a prequel that means no Joel. I'm all for that. Assuming playing as Ellie isn't too difficult skill wise.

Posted by Dberg

This game gets on my nerves. I bought it because of the high praise here and was surprised and disappointed to learn that it was actually a very bare bones stealth game. Then, after the fact, it turns out people just loved it for the story and agree that the gameplay is pretty much like being stabbed in the face with a screwdriver. That would have been real nice to know at the same time as the game was being called the best thing ever, guys.

Edited by Yummylee

@dberg said:

This game gets on my nerves. I bought it because of the high praise here and was surprised and disappointed to learn that it was actually a very bare bones stealth game. Then, after the fact, it turns out people just loved it for the story and agree that the gameplay is pretty much like being stabbed in the face with a screwdriver. That would have been real nice to know at the same time as the game was being called the best thing ever, guys.

That's ridiculous. I, among many other people, loved TLoU for both its story and gameplay, which I think complimented each other rather nicely.

Edited by MeatSim

In the dark post apocalyptic future people hunt down and kill fans of the show Firefly.

Posted by Korne

Lets just wait it out, we can be all poetic and just lose our minds together...

Quoted for truth... too bad we know how it ends.

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