Two brothers, aged 17 and 16, were out late last night in Toronto picking up Grand Theft Auto V. That should have been the most exciting thing of the night, but nope. They had to go and help save an old man’s life on the way home.
Thrift Shop 8bit (x)
dude this sounds like really bad ass boss music holy shit??
whoops my hand slipped
I have a new found love this guy
There are so many reasons why this game deserves a perfect score, why it lives up to the hype, and why it will go down as an overall work of art. So I’m just going to skip writing a spoiler heavy thesis on it, and give you my final thoughts.
I think overall the reason this game is so acclaimed, is because it really makes you think. Unlike a story that tries to create fictional characters you’re supposed to relate to, it makes you understand that these characters are “real”, and in turn, understand the actions they took and the actions taken, if it were you.
Life is full of hard choices. After a while you realize that the views of right and wrong, are just that, someone’s personal views. Living your life by right and wrong, it’s too black and white, when life is a complex spectrum of ordeals.
Being forced to kill your own little brother, to save another from pain; only to kill yourself afterwards, to save yourself pain. What’s right there? Well I’ll tell you; everything and nothing. The path of survival and the path of humanity, are two separate roads. Try to put them together and they become parallel lines. They could come as close to each other as possible, always nearby and in sight of one another, but never meeting, never intersecting. You’ll never know which line goes in which direction, but you know that if you step on one of those paths, you step off the other.
I think the title says it all. It is, “The Last of Us”. It is a completely relative thing, the word, “us”.. So if you’re unsure of how to feel leaving the game, let it weigh on your mind a bit, words like, “us”, and, “we”, and, “ours”, and more especially, “them”, and “theirs”. Hold onto what those words mean to you, when you introduce them to the ideals and principles of, survival, and humanity. You’ll very quickly, and maybe frighteningly, find out which of the two you’d be willing to preserve first.
Today, Guerrilla Games confirmed that Killzone: Shadow Fall, the PS4 launch title, will get free DLC after it launches.
As a proud supporter of not getting ripped off by DLC, that should be included in the game in the first place, I am a very happy camper.
Ahh, it feels like the good ol’ days of gaming.
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