The ending to The Last of Us was simply magnificent. After the way Telltale’s The Walking Dead series pulled at the heartstrings last year, I knew Naughty Dog had a gauntlet if they were going to convince me they could match it. Could they have me tearing in those final moments, agonizingly pushing me towards the finale? In a word, yes. But that all came post-credits.
What happened simply bewildered my senses. It sacrificed the traditional video game ending of a big boss battle, an emotional goodbye or a sacrifice for something more anti-climactic. As a result, nothing prepared me for the subtle exchange of words that would, after reflecting on the moment, carry so much characterization and commentary on not only the story but the world that I inhabit. The world that I love. The world that now terrifies me.
At first I viewed the ending as the »
- Simon Gallagher
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