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The Last of Us: Left Behind and Denial

March 8, 2014

kambyero

I’ve made myself perfectly clear  how I feelabout The Last of Us. I would have been content just having the story of Joel and Ellie be done with when it ended. Like many other hardcore fans who were pulled into the little stories TLOU’s post-apocalyptic world sprinkled throughout the game, I would have liked to see a new narrative from the other characters that lived and died during the main duo’s trek from the one and only planned singleplayer DLC.

Instead, we got a closer look into the history of everyone’s favorite foul-mouthed switchblade-wielding would-be savior of the human race, Ellie, and her relationship with her favorite person in the world before she met Joel, Riley.

Unfortunately for some, it was too close a look that they just couldn’t accept.

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