The Last Of Us – Slowpoke Review

Okay, so I’m veeeery late to the party on this one, but I finally got around to playing The Last Of Us (the remastered version on PS4), and boy, is it good. It was hyped up immensely to me, not only on the internet but also by my friends, so I was very curious to try it. I’m not usually one for violent games, but I didn’t want to pass up a game that’s been nominated for so many awards.

Be warned: if you want to go into this game completely fresh, there will be some slight spoilers here, but I will try to keep the mid-to-late-game plot points to a minimum.

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18 Minutes of No Man’s Sky Gameplay

With Sean Murray of Hello Games narrating with IGN!

Up to now, it’s been difficult to piece together what exactly No Man’s Sky is about, since all we’ve had are two or three minute trailers. It takes a longer look at the game to really start to understand it. There’s so much potential here, and I really hope it gets realized.

No Man’s Sky: The Reason I Will Buy A PS4

New gameplay footage from the Game Awards (courtesy of Polygon)

Everything I see about the upcoming game No Man’s Sky from Hello Games makes me badly wish I had a PS4. To me, this game is shaping up to be one of the most ambitious of all time, and, if the developers succeed, it could be one of the best and most popular games ever made. If you haven’t heard of it, No Man’s Sky is a sci-fi exploration game that procedurally generates the world around you. Every star, every planet, every creature is unique–players will constantly be discovering new things, and according to the developers the world is practically infinite. If you were to visit every single planet in the game, it would take you longer than the sun to blow up, and that’s if you spend only one second on each planet.

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