The Last of Us: Joel Edition PS3
- limited edition
- the last of us
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- Platform: PlayStation 3
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
Become the hunter and the hunted. Play as Joel, a ruthless survivor, who is paired with Ellie, a brave young teenage girl, as they work together to endure a dangerous trek across a familiar, yet post-pandemic United States.
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Top Customer Reviews
I found that I became quite attached to the main characters (Joel and Ellie) Probably the only game I have played which made me feel emotional.
This game is truly a masterpiece and worth buying a PS3 alone just for this game.
10/10 if i could 11/10 or higher...
The packaging for the Joel (and i assume the same for the elle edition) is so great it is so nicely made and worth the cost and the game is so amazing right out of the gate.
My review cant really begin to explain how great this game is just trust me it is truly amazing
Throughout the campaign you feel like you are there along with the characters and become attached to them. The storyline layed out for the main characters was very emotional which is what separated this from most Zombie games.
Rather than just running around and shooting zombies all day like in games such as Dead Island every second of gameplay is intense and exiting. The scenery and special effects such as the lighting make this game beautiful and terrifying at the same time.
With an incredible beginning, middle and end this game deserves the 5 stars as it almost had me in tears in the last chapter.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
same as the most reviwes, top candidate for game of the year, go ahead, u wont regret it
for the special edition, think about it before getting it
At the same price as the normal edition this is fantastic value for money.
Ebay average prices £100+, not worth that money.
If you love TLOU this is a must buy.
The first level I found to be really good it was emotional and tragic it gets you pumped , then it's 20 year years later blah blah I found it repetitive how you have to hide and... Read morePublished on 14 July 2013 by nathan powell