- I started playing The Last of Us from the beginning. I remember almost everything from 4 years ago when I played the original. I have problems keeping my focus in this kind of cinematic game, but of course, this is one of the good ones.
- I completed The Outskirts. It got pretty messy along the way.
- That's 3/12 areas.
- OK, I got completely immersed in this game and didn't notice playing for 4 hours straight. It's really hard to put down. I'm constantly impressed by the detailed graphics, and the combat just keep getting better and better. I'm playing the same sloppy style I used for MGS5, and it's paying off. Lot's of intense improvised situations, just on the edge of getting out of hand, but most of the time, I seem to be able to scrape through.
- Fighting the bandits in the beginning of chapter 5 was awesome. Such brutal street violence.
- Finally I escaped that annoying tank and escaped Pittsburgh.
- A good tip for this game in general: If you're asked to use a shiv to open a door, always do it. The rewards inside those rooms are always worth it.
- I reached Eastern Colorado University. My sloppy stealth style is almost embarassing. I'm shooting my way out of almost every situation.
- This is weird, I have played for many hours and have only 1 trophy to show for it.
- Oh no, things went real bad at the University. Now I'm strangely excited to continue the game. Winter has come.
- That's just about the cutest video game bunny I've ever seen... Oh, and it's dead.
- completed the game on Normal difficulty.
The last chapter wasn't my favourite. The hospital rescue made sense from Joel's character's standpoint, but the whole shootout wasn't great, and the ending after that felt a little bit flat compared to the rest of the story. Still, 'The Last of Us' is a pretty great game. I didn't expect to enjoy the gameplay as much as I did, and everything else is pretty great.