This lovely illustration of Joel and Ellie from The Last of Us by the one and only Olly Moss. Am I the only one who gets freaked out and moves the pallet reeeeally slowly whenever Ellie's on it? No? Cool, glad it's not just me.
The first screenshots of the multiplayer component of The Last of Us, released today by publisher Sony Computer Entertainment, show off the dog-eat-dog world that has resulted from the game's disease outbreak.
Ever since The Last of Us was revealed, Naughty Dog has promised that its upcoming game would feature a multiplayer component. Yet, although we're just a week away from the game's release, there's been little revealed on what that would entail. In fact, we knew more about multiplayer DLC than how it actually plays.
There are several qualities any video game tie-in comic needs to succeed, few of which are apparent in any given project. One quality that is so often overlooked is the need for a tie-in to exist and thrive on its own merits.