The last of us part 1 review

I’ve never been one to replay games after I finish them. Restart? Yes. The Witcher 3 and Divinity: Original Sin are just a few victims of my ADHD-confused brain, abandoned and returned to. My pile of shame is practically the entirety of my game library. That’s why it’s bordering on a miracle that I’ve seen the credits roll for every Naughty Dog title I’ve played.

Whether it’s Uncharted or The Last of Us, the cinematic story is perfectly paced to keep my attention. These are games for people who like movies. Uncharted is your action-adventure summer blockbuster with a charismatic lead and ensemble cast of memorable characters. The Last of Us has its fair share of action, but its post-apocalyptic backdrop, on the other hand, is home to tragedy, despair and sadness.