The Last Of Us

Podcast Episode 65: ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’, ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’, ‘Drinking Buddies’, ‘The Last of Us’, and Casting News from Fantastic Four and Star Wars

Posted by Matthew on May 10, 2014
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Awesome Friday

It’s time again for another episode of the Awesome Friday Podcast! This week we’re talking about Captain America: The Winter Soldier as Simon has finally seen it, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 which I try to convince Simon not to see, The game The Last Of Us which one of us finally finished, The film Drinking Buddies which Simon loved, and casting news about the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot and Star Wars Episode VII

We ramble on for 90+ minutes this episode so pour yourself a cup of tea and get comfy!

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Podcast Episode 50: The Last of Us, Forza Horizon, Deadpool, The Lone Ranger, Much Ado About Nothing and Yoga

Posted by Matthew on July 12, 2013
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Awesome Friday

This week on a very special Awesome Friday we’re joined by Debbie from Nirmala Living for a discussion of The Last of Us, the latest Forza game, the Deadpool game, The Lone Ranger and Much Ado About Nothing, as well as yoga, nutrition and probiotics. Yes, really!

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Awesome: PS3 exclusive “The Last Of Us” sounds amazing

Posted by Simon on February 04, 2013
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Eurogamer has published an extensive preview of The Last Of Us, the PS3 swansong by Uncharted makers Naughty Dog. It sounds like it’s got all the spit and polish of the adventure series, with an added element of survival horror, but without any of the linear hand-holding that dogged Drake’s Deception:

Having proven so adept at telling its own stories, The Last of Us feels like a Naughty Dog game that finally allows players to tell their own, offering a space in which there’s a palpable sense of terror and a broad set of possibilities. Late in the play-through, we get to craft one of our own. With one bullet left in the stock of Joel’s shotgun and a single freshly crafted molotov in his backpack, we’re presented with a room with three creepers and a single runner; a grisly puzzle that plays out with grim results. The shotgun shell’s used to kill the runner at the far end of the room, the Molotov used to disperse the two creepers standing side-by-side while the final creeper’s seen off with a flurry of desperate hand-to-hand blows.

After the slightly disappointing aftertaste left by the aforementioned Uncharted 3, this has the potential to be one of the games that defines this generation, coming right before the PS3 becomes superseded. I love a good third-person adventure game, so this has me very, very excited.

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