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  • Hello,

    Any Walking Dead fans out there? I just saw the first episode tonight (yes, I'm a few years behind) and already noticed 2 similarities to TLOU like the African American father and son that help out the protagonist (even though I know in TLOU they are brothers) and also on the door in the hospital it said something like "DEAD INSIDE, DON'T OPEN" which is like the sewer scene in TLOU. 

    Do you guys think that the developers of TLOU ripped off anything from The Walking Dead show? I haven't seen all of the seasons so I'm not sure what other similarities there are. All I know is that the Walking Dead came out in 2010ish and that's also when production on TLOU started so it's plausible that the developers were inspired by the show with SOME things. What do you guys think? 

    -winterlotus90

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    • Another similarity I noticed was that the show and TLOU take place in the south. 

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    • Winterlotus90 wrote:

      Do you guys think that the developers of TLOU ripped off anything from The Walking Dead show? 


      I think it inspires them (probably one of the devs played it etc), as long as its makes sense tho. But as for the game itself, the two are already different enough. In TWD you will make a real choice, and some are really hard cos it bring real violence in consequences, also TWD is much more like escort mission than TLoU. Both are cool however, I remember I got freaking scared looking at my TV when doing several task in TWD (which actually still haunting me when I first time played TLoU, but fortunately TLoU keep its violence artistic than gore). 

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    • I'm not talking about the Walking Dead game I'm just talking about the show in general. I haven't played the game nor want to, lol. 

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    • Sorry I just wanna avoid spoiling TWD. I admit in the surface they got big amount of similarities tho, they both got father-daughter-like relationship, TWD also bring the theme "human is scarier" than zombies (episode 2 and 5 notably). And yeah the similarities influences me when first time I wanna buy TLoU, I afraid it will bring me the same horror with TWD. At that time I have no clue what TLoU is, I just assumed it similar to TWD.

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    • Is the father-daughter relationship in The Walking Dead Show? or the Game? 

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    • The game, I havent watched the show. Sorry for misunderstanding your question.

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    • I've never seen that series, and I'm sure I won't. It's the over-again zombie apocalypse with idiotic scientist and common apocalyptic ideas.

      I prefer TLoU 'cause it's a lot more 'realistic'. That fungus coulda happen like in the game, in, y'know, maybe a few aeons.

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    • Oh that's okay Mikey333 :P 

      Well there's no scientist in The Walking Dead that I know of, lol. But I've only watched 3 episodes so idk.

      Yeah, in most zombie stories, the infection is caused by a virus which wouldn't cause the body to die and reanimate or turn into blood-thirsty creatures. The Last of Us really takes it to a different level. The infected aren't dead, but the fungus is malforming their bodies and controlling them like zombies in other games/movies would. I LOVE the approach that The Last of Us takes with "zombies." Like you said, it's more realistic since it's based off a real species of fungus that infects ants and other fungal species do cause life threatening illnesses like "Valley Fever" which is caused by a fungus in the dirt and when the dirt is kicked up and spores are inhaled, then we get sick. I remember in biology class having to have the fungus samples under the fume hood because the spores alone could irritate our lungs. I always thought fungus was a docile organism but it's very resilient. lol

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    • I found this, I think it may answer your question: http://www.kotaku.com.au/2013/07/zombies-women-citizen-kane-the-last-of-us-makers-defend-their-game/

      "I guess it’s the baggage that comes with that.” Druckmann said. “I mean look, when we talk about our inspiration and the kind of stories we’re into, we don’t hide that we were inspired by 28 Days Later and 28 Weeks Later and Walking Dead. When we talk about that BBC video, we refer to them as zombie-ants. But I think as soon as, in the narrative, in the fiction of the world, if you call them zombies, at least for us, it conjures walking, dead people, coming back to life. And [The Last of Us] is more about this disease, this infection that’s grounded in reality.”

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    • ohhhhhh. THANKS Mikey! that DOES answer my question! :)

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    • Well, not to offense you guys the WD fans, but as I said in this another forum, TWD series is just kinda overrated I guess? Its like Shane had a baby with her and its like zombie porn, no offense but it just mixed up till when you missed just one or three episodes, you lost the story in your head unless you really love it and really wanted to watch it. So no offense guys but its just kinda crazy, thats all, I mnot saying that I hate TWD but just dont really like it.Thats all. So I hope that if TLOU ever wanted to make a TV series, I dont want to hear anything about Ellie had a Juno tragedy or like that, you know what I mean, if you want a zombie movie than made the zombie series or movies that really makes sense not only for crazy pleasure, thats all, Im a teenager but I still hate those things, agh, you could just curse at me if you want as my apolagize for saying bad things about TWD.There.....my crazy stupid opinion.

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    • 180.253.112.239 wrote:
      Well, not to offense you guys the WD fans, but as I said in this another forum, TWD series is just kinda overrated I guess? Its like Shane had a baby with her and its like zombie porn, no offense but it just mixed up till when you missed just one or three episodes, you lost the story in your head unless you really love it and really wanted to watch it. So no offense guys but its just kinda crazy, thats all, I mnot saying that I hate TWD but just dont really like it.Thats all. So I hope that if TLOU ever wanted to make a TV series, I dont want to hear anything about Ellie had a Juno tragedy or like that, you know what I mean, if you want a zombie movie than made the zombie series or movies that really makes sense not only for crazy pleasure, thats all, Im a teenager but I still hate those things, agh, you could just curse at me if you want as my apolagize for saying bad things about TWD.There.....my crazy stupid opinion.

      I don't get how it's like zombie porn at all.. >.> I'll admit that some parts are very sci-fi-y, but the point of the show is to illustrate the interrelationships between the characters and what traits each person brings to the overall survival and success of the group. And the stressful love triangle between Shane, Rick, and Lori is important. Or.. WAS, since Shane and Lori died. lol. 

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    • Winterlotus90: I have to say I liker better TLOU than The Walking Dead 

      Because TLOU the story is better and In TWD you just talking and its little boring to me...

      and in TLOU you shot run and Survive :)

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    • In The Last of Us, the "Don't open, infected inside" is actually something like an easter egg, an homag to The Walking Dead.

      I am pretty sure that i would prefer The Last of Us, but i haven't watched the show yet.    So i won't say anything about it... I find it really unfair when people say that the show is really stupid, even though they haven't watched it before...

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    • Sahar40021 wrote:
      Winterlotus90: I have to say I liker better TLOU than The Walking Dead 

      Because TLOU the story is better and In TWD you just talking and its little boring to me...

      and in TLOU you shot run and Survive :)

      I wasn't saying I liked The Walking Dead better than The Last of Us, the point of the post was to compare and contrast the two. I definitely like The Last of Us more for a variety of reasons. One being that in The Walking Dead, it's a little too sci-fi-y. And in The Last of Us the fungus infection is very realistic. Although, you can't transmit a spore infection through bite in real life :P 

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    • Gear3ful wrote:
      In The Last of Us, the "Don't open, infected inside" is actually something like an easter egg, an homag to The Walking Dead.

      I am pretty sure that i would prefer The Last of Us, but i haven't watched the show yet.    So i won't say anything about it... I find it really unfair when people say that the show is really stupid, even though they haven't watched it before...

      The show is pretty awesome. It's like one of the most popular TV shows out there. Some parts are sci-fi-y and unrealistic but the acting is amazing and the storyline is awesome. It's a great show. I just like the story of Joel and Ellie's relationship better in TLOU. And again, the way Naughty Dog stepped outside of the box with the whole infection thing and took a different route with it is cool. It's refreshing. 

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    • I really like both (been watching TWD since the beginning) and I think that the reason I do is because both TLOU and TWD are always centrally focused on exploring their characters within the apocalypse envrionment rather than having the "zombies" be the focus. I mean, TWD isn't a typical zombie movie that you go to just to see gratuitous gore and crazy zombie creatures, it's exploring what people become in such an unforgiving, mostly hopeless world- just like TLOU. They're both exploring humanity and just using the "zombie apocalypse" as a tool to do so. I mean, I know that zombie things are having their heyday right now (and now people are getting sick of it) but TWD is certainly one of the "good guys" that would still be a great, critically acclaimed drama even if zombies weren't the monster of the week. 

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    • Mikey333 wrote:
      Sorry I just wanna avoid spoiling TWD. I admit in the surface they got big amount of similarities tho, they both got father-daughter-like relationship, TWD also bring the theme "human is scarier" than zombies (episode 2 and 5 notably). And yeah the similarities influences me when first time I wanna buy TLoU, I afraid it will bring me the same horror with TWD. At that time I have no clue what TLoU is, I just assumed it similar to TWD.


      Well, in the TV show series for TWD, the protagonist (I dont know his name) wakes up in an abandoned hospital with zombies crawling everywhere. Well, in the Prologue in The Last Of Us, Sarah wakes up in her "abandoned" house so maybe they (Naughty Dog) borrowed some elements from TWD.


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    • 173.177.124.225 wrote:
       

      Those things are really not comparable at all... (empty hospital and empty house)....    I don't think that you could call that an element that they borrowed...

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    • maybe it's better to say "inspired by".

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    • and Tommy's Dam is a walled city eerily similar to Woodbury. 

      LoU also seems to borrow from I am Legend in that the kid's blood is the vaccine, and she's immune. Even though i hate i am legend. 

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    • Gear3ful wrote:
      173.177.124.225 wrote:
       
      Those things are really not comparable at all... (empty hospital and empty house)....    I don't think that you could call that an element that they borrowed...


      I meant that both characters woke up in an abandoned place and had no idea of what was going on.


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    • We already know that the creators of TLOU were inspired/borrowed elements from things like 28 days later, The Walking Dead, I am legend, stuff like that. The game developers said so :P

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    • MayonnEgg wrote:
      I really like both (been watching TWD since the beginning) and I think that the reason I do is because both TLOU and TWD are always centrally focused on exploring their characters within the apocalypse envrionment rather than having the "zombies" be the focus. I mean, TWD isn't a typical zombie movie that you go to just to see gratuitous gore and crazy zombie creatures, it's exploring what people become in such an unforgiving, mostly hopeless world- just like TLOU. They're both exploring humanity and just using the "zombie apocalypse" as a tool to do so. I mean, I know that zombie things are having their heyday right now (and now people are getting sick of it) but TWD is certainly one of the "good guys" that would still be a great, critically acclaimed drama even if zombies weren't the monster of the week. 

      I absolutely agree. I've been waiting for MayonnEgg to comment on this thread I created! :P 

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    • I think this article is relevant: http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/195423/   . Excellent analysis/review of TLOU in the context of the zombie apocalypse/grisled man against the world genre. 

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    • Thanks for sharing that. I also wanted to make a comparison with Ellie and the little girl that the governor befriended halfway through season 3 of TWD. The governor fell for that little girl because he lost Penny (his real daughter). Much the same way Joel fell for Ellie because he lost Sarah. I know Joel and Phillip (The Gov-nuh) aren't the same type of character, but the father-daughter-bond is similar. Also, the very first episode of TWD where it says on the double doors at the hospital "DON'T OPEN, DEAD INSIDE" is much like in TLOU after the sewer part of the game where they come out the other side and Ellie notices the warning about zombies being inside, lol. The Walking Dead takes place in the south, as it does in TLOU, or at least that's where the outbreak started. In both TWD and in TLOU they never refer to the creatures as "zombies." There are seriously a ton of similarities between the game and TWD. I can't think of all of them right now. But there was an article someone on here sent me that talked about how the creators of TLOU were inspired by a lot of different things like, TWD, The Road, 28 Weeks Later, etc. So it's interesting how they took elements from a lot of different things. 

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    • ^ Yeah, i remember that article.   It was season 4 by the way.

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    • Did anyone see the season 4 finale of The Walking Dead? OMG I see another similarity between TLOU and TWD

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    • Winterlotus90 wrote:
      Did anyone see the season 4 finale of The Walking Dead? OMG I see another similarity between TLOU and TWD

      Yeah, i watched it a coupke of days ago.   It seems like Rick is becoming like Joel was before he met Ellie, he basically forgets about his morals because that is what is necessary for him to protect Carl and his group.

      I'm just really looking forward to the next season, I wonder what they will do and how Rick's character will develop...

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    • Yeah. Well the similarity I was going to mention was Joe's group are basically like David's where they rape people. David was like "you don't know what I'm capable of!" (implying rape). And after Joe revealed he and his group were rapists, Daryl said the next day: "I didn't know what they were capable of." Also another similarity I see is that despite the level of brutality that Rick and Joel are able to reach, they keep their humanity through it all. And they're violent in order to protect themselves and the ones they love. They are both loving fathers that will do ANYTHING to keep their kids alive. I absolutely LOVE and was not disgusted in the least when Rick tore Joe's jugular out, lol. It was awesome that he was able to go to a higher level of brutality in order to protect his son. He was completely unarmed, and desperate to save his son and he did what he needed to do. 

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    • ^ I can imagine Joel did that to David or anyone who try to rape Ellie. :)

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    • Rick stabbed that fat sack of a rapist like over 20 times!!! LOL!

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    • ^ The point of that scene was that people are shocked at how violent Rick was...   clearly didn't work...

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    • ^ Oh don't get me wrong, I was shocked. I never expected Rick to do something like that but it is understandable. Some people think Rick is turning to the Governor.

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    • Hehe. I was looking through this and saw the part about "There's no Idioti Scientist that I know of." Hehe. The Show is becoming more generic with abraham and that scientist. Terminus was pretty cool though. TLoU is prob. just getting some ideas from it and aying the TWD Creators with Easter Eggs. (Sewer of Ish FTW.)

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    • well at the very least I think we can all agree that Joel>>>>>>>>Rick

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    • @TheGuyThatWasTheGuy I agree. Abraham, the scientist, and the girl are so lame. I hope they die on the next season. @W.C. Joel<Rick. :) JK Joel is 1000x better than Rick. :)

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    • The girl and Abraham are so hypocritical about army people and "Powered Women" (No Offense.) and the scientist is just plain stupid. He ruins mullets.

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    • I had no problem with Abraham's character or the scientists. But the girl bothered me a lot because here she is in the apocalypse wearing booty shorts and a short top exposing her belly. Like.. people are supposed to be dressed like survivors not fashionistas. And she was totally unscathed. Like just everything about her was too comic-booky and too inappropriate for the situation. 

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    • 98.67.183.144 wrote:
      ^ Oh don't get me wrong, I was shocked. I never expected Rick to do something like that but it is understandable. Some people think Rick is turning to the Governor.

      Yeah I was totally shocked too. I don't think Rick is turning into the Governor at all. The Governor lost his humanity and was greedy and selfish. Rick bit that guy's jugular out in order to save his son, but he hasn't lost his humanity. It's interesting because in season 1 and 2 he was so against using violence to control situations. But after he had to kill Shane he realized that violence and aggression IS necessary to control certain situations. Because in the end it was going to be him or Shane and he couldn't let Shane win. Gah.. I hated Lori. I'm not glad she's dead (because I don't wish death on annoying people, lol) but she got mad at Rick for killing Shane! And she totally pepped him up for it and then when he finally did it she was angry! I think it was because she had feelings for Shane even though she denied it. But still.. she should have been grateful for what Rick did and she was just angry. It was really dumb. I'm glad her character is gone though. 

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    • @Winterlotus90 The first time I saw the girl I was like WHY SHE DRESSES LIKE THAT!? IT THE APOCALYPSE!!!smh But later on the show she wear a jacket and pant I think. I didn't like Lori either. She's a skink. LOL!!! I didn't care too much about Carl at first because the way he was acting toward Rick but he starting to grow on me... I guess. :)

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    • Winterlotus90 wrote:

      The Governor lost his humanity and was greedy and selfish. Rick bit that guy's jugular out in order to save his son, but he hasn't lost his humanity.

      That wasn't the bad part. The bad part was when he stabbed the guy that tried to r**e Carl around 20 times.   Don't get me wrong, many people would be that brutal in those situations, but it still showed that Rick was willing to become a "monster" in order to save his son.   I mean that Rick sacrificed parts of his humanity in order be able to do what is neccesary.

      Hmmm... But the again, stabbing that guy more than 10 times after he was dead wasn't really neccesary...        In a way, it is comparable to what Ellie did to David.      But other that Ellie, Rick is willing to do it again.

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    • Gear3ful wrote:
      Winterlotus90 wrote:

      The Governor lost his humanity and was greedy and selfish. Rick bit that guy's jugular out in order to save his son, but he hasn't lost his humanity.

      That wasn't the bad part. The bad part was when he stabbed the guy that tried to r**e Carl around 20 times.   Don't get me wrong, many people would be that brutal in those situations, but it still showed that Rick was willing to become a "monster" in order to save his son.   I mean that Rick sacrificed parts of his humanity in order be able to do what is neccesary.

      Hmmm... But the again, stabbing that guy more than 10 times after he was dead wasn't really neccesary...        In a way, it is comparable to what Ellie did to David.      But other that Ellie, Rick is willing to do it again.

      lol Why did you censor the word "rape?" Rape has been mentioned a million times on this wikia concerning David. Right, he sacrificed his humanity to save his son, I agree. Well can you blame him for stabbing him 20 times!? He was torturing his son and was going to rape him! He was furious and vengeful. Oh yeah that's true huh? I forgot that Ellie stabbed David multiple times. Rape (and other forms of torture for that matter) has been described as being worse than death, so it's understandable how Rick and Ellie reacted in those situations. I don't find either situations to be overkill at all. Ahaha, I realize the previous sentence was kind of punny. 

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    • ^ Well, people have been warned for saying all sorts of things on this forum...  :)        

      I can think of one difference between Ellie and Rick in this case. I think that Rick "enjoyed" killing that guy more than Ellie did. Of course I can't blame him for stabbing the guy that often, but still, the bad part was that he was enjoying it, more or less. Rick himself said that what he did wasn't for protection, and he did seem shocked by what he was capable of doing.

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    • I didn't infer that he enjoyed it at all. But to each their own opinion :P 

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    • Yeah :)

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    • 68.4.180.174 wrote:
      well at the very least I think we can all agree that Joel>>>>>>>>Rick

      I don't see the show Walking Dead, but I'v read all the comics, and in there Rick is a much maleable character than Joel. At times, when the times ask of him he can be as brutal as Joel, but at other times Rick repents of some of the things he has done, and even reflects about his behaviour. It is a much more three dimensional character, and not so much one note as Joel.

      In the end I love both The Walking Dead (the comic) and the game Last of Us, and I think that the characters could cross over as the reality in both works is very similar to one another. 

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    •       MY VIEWS....I believe It will Give you All the picture behind  BOtH THE TiTles >>>>



      1) There is no risk of failure in The Last Of Us.There is only the risk of having the play the same section yet again. In a survival game, that’s anathema. A survival game without meaningful death isn’t a survival game. It’s just a game.



      2) If you played THE WALKING DEAD, you should SKIP The Last OF US. If not, go play it instead of this.THE WALKING DEAD has actual, meaningful choices unlike this game. You pretty much do what the game tells you to, and that works for something like Uncharted but not this game.  THE WALKING DEAD set the bar for the Zombie theme and this game is not even coming close to it. 

      The game play itself is even worse. Horrible gun play, terrible and unreliable stealth mechanics, bad immersions because your companions can stand face to face with every enemy because they only can see your character.



      3) I completed, The Last Of Us in one sitting, took me 12 hours . But that was not with THE WALKING DEAD because one has to think before execution....choices matters sooner or later. Like I said, I completed the game after 12 hours and... it hanged after the credits screen. I could go to start menu but couldn't load, save or quit the game, so I had to shut down the game through PS menu. Started it up again to see what bonuses I unlocked by completing the game and... my save was gone. So yeah, I'm quite pissed off right now, 12 hours for nothing. Nice quality assurance testing there. 



      Now, onto the game itself. The story is nowhere near as driving and immersing as the one in " THE WALKING DEAD", which I consider the best adventure game I ever played. There are a few good moments, but most of the time the game play is limited to running around buildings collecting items and shooting bandits. The cut scenes are awesome, the voices and animations are really good, but there's not that many of them. I wish the story was narrated better and didn't just skip through parts. The story is 100% linear, as far as I know, there are no choices in game you can make to affect the story, so there is no re-playability value what-so-ever. In the end I never got attached to any of the characters like I did in "The Walking Dead". 



      4) Developers in The Last Of Us advertised the game with the AI that is clever and it will try to outsmart you. Ha, what a joke. The AI completely ignores your companions, they can run in front of a bandit and the guy couldn't care less. Enemies actually try to take alternative routes to get you and flank you, but most of the time they just barge into the room and stand there thinking "now what?". Your companions are pretty much invisible when sneaking, so you don't really have to care about them unless they are grabbed by an enemy. This made me really detach from my character and I didn't really care for my companions much. 



      There are also some design problems I do not really understand like weapon mechanics. Shivs are used to kill the clickers, but you lose them every time you use them, like ammo. Since when are knives one use only? Same with some of the melee weapons, steel pipes go bad after 7 hits. Some weapons are badly unbalanced, like the shotgun. In later stages of the game, where soldiers have bulletproof vests and helmets it can take up to 4 shotgun body shots to kill one soldier from about 4-5 meters away. To make it more ridiculous max ammo for the shotgun is like 16 rounds. 



      5) The Last Of Us  game is not bad, by a long shot. The combat and movement are sluggish and frustrating at times. The story is predictable and while it looks pretty, there are definitely better looking games out for PS-3 and PS-4, at the moment. The crafting and upgrade systems are shallow and disappointing, as is the looting, but then, one should be mindful that this is a shooter, not an RPG. Some areas have multiple, clever ways of dispatching enemies, but all too often the player is simply fighting off wave after wave of enemies, and it get boring quickly. There is very little ammo, which is fine for a survival/adventure game, but this game is predominantly a shooter, and then it gets very frustrating. 



      6) The Last Of Us is overrated, I don't know what game all you are playing but this game is not the best as so many people seem to be saying. All you do in this game is sneak and strangle monsters. It has Graphics But does a game only needs a realistic Type ? I see people saying that this the best they have seen, if you think that then WOW ! you are blind. Go rent it before you buy it. Who knows maybe you will buy into the hype and get easily manipulated like the Masses. 



                                                                               [ Enough Of The Last Of Us ]      



      Now, THE WALKING DEAD....



       1) THE WALKING DEAD deals in a spectrum of emotion that few other games dare to take on, and it does so with aplomb. It's utterly triumphant, crafting a narrative that proves the power of the medium by embracing what makes it unique, leading to one of the most memorable gameplay experiences ever created. The art is wonderfully realised, both making the world a dangerous but curious place, and giving a great deal of life to the characters. Just look at Clementine's expressiveness even without words, you can know what she wants to say.



        2) THE WALKING DEAD is an experience you shouldn't miss. I recommend everyone play this, even if you normally don't care about video games. It's an emotional experience unlike anything else. It's a journey with characters that feels very real. It has the usual staples of a great game. Fun gameplay, Amazing story unlike anything else, very memorable characters that all feel real, a soundtrack that will stick... but the most amazing power of this game is it's ability to make you feel. Anger, sadness, fear, joy, guilt and regret, despair... and hope. It has one of the best morality systems in any game ever, there is no red or blue choice, there's no right or wrong choice, it's all about how you survive and what you let the world turn you into.



        3) A great story that will make many grown-ups cry. Don't Believe me, Watch Below !!! But for those who have already played [Spoiler !! Alert] Please don't watch this....if you Haven't played yet !! This is for those who don't believe my words.[ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ps_CeuQCmhg ]

        

        4) As for drawbacks ? In this game...well I didn't find one !! But the only thing I was bothered was during the narration choices....due to the time limit !! But In real life a person won't wait for you and your opinion for an hour or two ! 

                                                  

                                                                         [ ENOUGH OF THE WALKING DEAD ]



      LeT'S End With the Verdict.....



      BOTH ARE SIMILAR FATHER-DAUGHTER TYPE RELATIONSHIP....BUT THE WALKING DEAD APPEARS TO BE HAVING MORE ADVANTAGE OVER The Last Of Us !! LEE and CLEMENTINE have more emotional attachment than Joel and Ellie [ my reason would be the age factor between CLEM and Ellie ]. CLEM was more helpless and than Ellie !! 



      I UNDERSTAND why most people choose The Last Of Us....If my deductions are CORRECT ! then Its because of the the reason that the youth level in the world is maximum compared to other category !! So, now what I meant is....Look At Both The Characters CLEM & Ellie you can see the age...one is 8 years old [A Child] & the Other is 14 years old [A Teenager] !! 

      So, its obvious why most people prefer Ellie...over CLEM !! I guess you got my hint !! But its sad....that most people choose games over their dirty minds !!! Sorry guys ! but I don't buy my picks over such factors...   



      NOW WHY ? I DIDN'T LIKE THE DEVELOPERS JUDGEMENT OVER The Last Of Us !!



      \\ The 'Naughty Dog' did't bother releasing the game on PC-platform, A platform where infinite majority awaits !! they might think of release....but !! PC-platform is such that even ROCK-STAR bother to think twice to release or not ?! Not to mention the GTA 5..that is ! All Because they believe PC is weak for their game.....give me a break !! Guys !



      \\ OK, I understand that they don't have regrets on not releasing with it ?! but for money....Yes ! guys I will tell you...Why they don't bother releasing on PC ? Naughty Dog being NAUGHTY ! actually put aside the PC-platform because they were getting filled up from Sony with hard cash !! Sony is continuously giving uncountable amount to Naughty to release most of their games only to PS-platforms.......WHY ?! SO, THAT MOST OF US RUSH TO BUY A PS-CONSOLE....Finally, benefiting their sale !! HERE is the Link FOR my info-proof >> { https://www.quora.com/Why-is-there-no-PC-version-of-The-Last-of-Us }



      // As most of you know 'THE WALKING DEAD IS ON PS , PC...I believe its for every-platform and Even They bother to release it on android-platform !! Who bothers releasing such games on android platform !! I have also played its android version after the PS version....and I can easily say The best game I believe I have played on android...no words ! seriously !! After playing 100's of android games I finally got one that...tht i jst cn't delete :) 



      HOPE IT CLEARS...MOST OF YOUR DOUBTS !! AFTER-ALL ITS YOUR money YOUR investment...



      BUT 



      [ https://www.amazon.com/PlayStation-Console-Free-Last-Remastered-Voucher/dp/B00RY3GIDE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1489370805&sr=8-2&keywords=PlayStation+4+Slim+500GB+Console+with+the+last+of+us ]



      IF you dare to waste that much than go ahead !! but I would rather suggest...BUY A 'YAMAHA FG 700s' in half/ what you will spent with the game and its setup !!! At least... that's what you will be left with, after your precious 12 hrs. 

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