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The Last of Us E3 Extended Demo | PS3Blog.net

Naughty Dog released an E3 extended demo from their upcoming survival adventure, The Last of US. The demo was shown to the press behind closed doors at E3 and featured 15 minutes of stunning gameplay footage of Joel and Ellie as they make their way out of a military quarantine zone.

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  1. game looks amazing.

  2. game looks really good, but I think it’s a shame it’s not an open world. I have some restrictions against linear games.

  3. It all comes down to the story. A good gripping 11 hours singleplayer campaign is better in my books than any 80+ hours open world game with a bad ending, just saying.

    I guess this generation of consoles will go out with a bang. There are many promising titles on the horizon. The Last of Us, Borderlands 2, Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeros, Tomb Raider, Assassin Creed 3, Beyond Two Souls, Watch Dogs, GTA 5 … a very impressive roster.

  4. Open world would kill this game and I love open world games. The whole point is lack of ammo, psychological warfare, lack of transportation, etc. You need to feel trapped and helpless. Something an open world game would destroy.

  5. Humm, maybe you guys have a point, particularly when it comes down to this game, but I usually prefer open ended games, I like roaming around with nothing to do.

    The problem with linear games to me is that I lose interest after I finish it, it’s like reading a book, once I know the story I don’t need to get back to it. I hardly ever replay linear games. However I always go back to open world games, like Skyrim (300+ hours) Dark Souls (160+ hours) , Borderlands (120+ hours), Diablo III (150+ hours) and so on…

    In my opinion you can’t beat the value of a decent open ended game.

  6. Dude, you spent 150+ hours playing Diablo III? Seriously? I was done after my second run.

  7. I thought so, but I checked and it’s “just” 120 hours…

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