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The Last of Us Part II - PlayStation 4

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The Last of Us Part II - PlayStation 4

Features

  • A Complex and Emotional Story - Experience the escalating moral conflicts created by Ellie's relentless pursuit of vengeance. The cycle of violence left in her wake will challenge your notions of right versus wrong, good versus evil, and hero versus villain.
  • A Beautiful Yet Dangerous World - Set out on Ellie's journey, taking her from the peaceful mountains and forests of Jackson to the lush, overgrown ruins of greater Seattle. Encounter new survivor groups, unfamiliar and treacherous environments, and terrifying evolutions of the infected. Brought to life by the latest iteration of the Naughty Dog engine, the deadly characters and world are more realistic and meticulously detailed than ever before.
  • Tense and Desperate Action-Survival Gameplay - New and evolved gameplay systems deliver upon the life-or-death stakes of Ellie's journey through the hostile world. Feel her desperate struggle for survival through improved features such as high-intensity melee combat, fluid movement, and dynamic stealth. A broad variety of weapons, crafting items, skills, and upgrades allows you to personalize Ellie's capabilities to your play style.

Product Description

In Last of Us Part II follow Ellie and Joel while they settle down in Jackson, Wyoming. Five years after their dangerous journey across post-pandemic America, they live amongst a community of survivors. In this community they have found peace and stability, but still remember the constant threat of the infected and not so friendly survivors.

It’s Ellie’s turn to continue her journey to carry out justice and find closure. Yet, once she confronts those who have wronged her in the past she’s challenged with the repercussions of her actions.

Product Specifications

Product Specifications
Product ID217700
Brand NameSony
GameStop ExclusiveNo
UPC711719529705
Vendor Part Number3003180
Number of Players1
Online MultiplayerNo
GenreAction
Publisher NameSony
Developer NameNaughty Dog
ManufacturerSony
FranchiseThe Last of Us
Product Height0.4
Product Weight0.1
Product Length4.4
Product Width3.53

General

Product Specifications
Brand NameSony
GameStop ExclusiveNo
UPC711719529705
Vendor Part Number3003180

Gameplay

Product Specifications
Number of Players1
Online MultiplayerNo
GenreAction

Fandom

Product Specifications
Publisher NameSony
Developer NameNaughty Dog
ManufacturerSony
FranchiseThe Last of Us

Dimension

Product Specifications
Product Height0.4
Product Weight0.1
Product Length4.4
Product Width3.53

Ratings & Reviews

4.1
rated 4.0 out of 5
1347 product ratings
889 5 stars reviews
120 4 stars reviews
59 3 stars reviews
75 2 stars reviews
204 1 stars reviews

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A poor successor
rated 2.0 out of 5
Nate_Dogg
2 years ago

After months of dodging and avoiding leaks I was finally ready and excited to see what was next for our beloved, I booted up the game once midnight struck and played the night away. After beating the game I wish I had read the leaks, because what I played was not what I was expecting and for someone who is open to games/movies taking risks almost nothing this game did worked for me. The gameplay is fun the graphics is spectacular however for a game that is story a centric, story first, none of that stuff really matters to me if the story is bad. While there are certain things in this story that are great and I absolutely love there is so much that is just so... bad. I started my adventure on hard however not long after I switched it to very easy, not because the game was super hard or cause I’m bad at the game but because I did not care anymore, never have I lost so much interest in a game that I lower the difficulty all the way just so I could blow through it and get it over with. I really wanted to like this game, especially with how much the original means to me and having played and beaten the game over 10 times, but this 1 play through was enough for me, at times it felt like it just kept dragging and dragging... unfortunately this game just did not stick the landing for me, while I appreciate the technical aspects of the game as far as the story is concerned the last of us series should have ended with the original.

  • Gameplay
    4.0 / 5.0
  • Lasting Appeal
    1.0 / 5.0
  • Graphics
    5.0 / 5.0
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Pretty disappointed
rated 3.0 out of 5
Steeeveeee
2 years ago

As beautiful a canvas as you could ever want. Still love the gameplay and mechanics. It's just a flawed, headscratching story with flat and poorly developed characters. The characters we knew and loved are abused and worse by Naughty Dog and the fans are slapped in the face repeatedly. The first game was a lot to live up to and, well "they made a sequel; it wasn't as good."

  • Gameplay
    4.0 / 5.0
  • Lasting Appeal
    2.0 / 5.0
  • Graphics
    5.0 / 5.0
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Great graphics.
rated 2.0 out of 5
Zero Dawn
2 years ago

It was a ok game the first half of the game was awesome but when the second half came up and i had to play as Abby i didn't enjoy it i really tried but i just couldn't get i to the fact that i had to play as Abby i didn't fill as committed and connected to her as i did to Ellie as much as i wanted the Abby part of the game sucked and shouldn't have been in the game.

  • Gameplay
    5.0 / 5.0
  • Lasting Appeal
    1.0 / 5.0
  • Graphics
    5.0 / 5.0
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Wasted potential from start to finish
rated 3.0 out of 5
Gparrillo
2 years ago

Let us begin with some positives. The game looks tremendous. The lighting, sound, acting, and gameplay are a stark reminder of the original game. Nothing much gameplay wise has changed noticably which is a good thing. Although the script may be corny and filled with obvious left propganda the game still manages to tell the tragic story quite well. Now...the bad. ***SPOILER*** In the games first few hours we run into the main antsgonist, Abby a former firefly converted WLF militia member. Without directly stating the obvious she kills ______ brutally in an vengeful effort to redeem her father. For the first half of the game the story focuses around Ellie and her revenge. She marches around Seattle killing anyone associated with Abby in hopes she eventually finds the culprit. Midway through the game everything so far has come to a head. Abby now has Ellie at gunpoint. Then the game takes a weird twist. The person who killed ____ is now the charcter we must play as?! At first I refused to continue the game but upon further thought I decided it is only a game after all. Surprisingly enough Abby’s character had much more depth than Ellie. I was surprised at how much I began to relate to Abby and her situations. We see her as a child in flashbacks, we see her relationship with her father, her boyfriend, his new girlfriend, and two young children from a rival faction she befriended after they saved her life. Skip to the end. Abby catches Ellie and she lets her walk yet again. This is the second time Abby lets Ellie live. Ellie a year later or so once again hunts down Abby and finds her immaciated and tied to a pole. The games most brilliant scene comes next. Ellie cuts down Abby who immediately runs up to her “surrogate child” in a direct parallel to Ellie and Joel. We see a beautifully designed scene where we (as Ellie) follows Abby holding the child in her arms. The imagery is a direct reflection of Joel carrying Ellie away from the fireflies in game 1. The game once again missed the ball however. They don’t ellaborate on this or even end the game in the brilliant way it could have. Ellie could have seen Abby’s relationship with the child and we could have seen a scene where Ellie draws a comparison to her and Joel but this never happens. Instead Ellie chooses to fight the immaciated Abby who at first refuses to fight. Once Ellie threatens the child Abby decides to fight. Ellie wins the fight and lets Abby sail off. The game essentially ends there. What could have made this game better is if Abby didn’t murder _____ with a golf club after hours of torture. If Abby and _____ exchange had ended with a bullet to the head I’d say people would have an easier time liking Abby. My final thoughts. TLOU2 dropped the ball on countless occasions. They had a chance at redemption for horrible story telling but missed the opportunity there as well. If I had to use one word to describe the game I’d say “desperate”. In an attempt to incite the players with emotion the game turns its own fans against the actual game. Careless in the way they made the game and careless at the end as well. They missed their mark and I hate to say it to. A series beloved by fans took what everyone loved about the original and murdered it with a golf club. They left me confused in who I wanted to root for. I identified with Abby more and Ellie less. Although you finish the game as Ellie I felt the game made me like Abby much more than they intended to. Naughty Dog failed for the first time in the production companies existance. I’m willing to forgive them as Ellie forgave Abby and as Abby forgave Ellie. If you loved the first one, good luck with the second one. I’d give the game a solid 7/10. It escaped a 10/10 for absolutely careless story telling. I’ve never seen a television show, movie, or game drop the ball as many times as TLOU2 had. Missed opportunity and truly disappointing..

  • Gameplay
    5.0 / 5.0
  • Lasting Appeal
    2.0 / 5.0
  • Graphics
    5.0 / 5.0
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Too much Abby, not enough Joel
rated 3.0 out of 5
10hourAbby
2 years ago

I am glad I experienced the game without it getting spoiled, but I also do not think it is worth 60 dollars. 6/10 would not play again.

  • Gameplay
    4.0 / 5.0
  • Lasting Appeal
    1.0 / 5.0
  • Graphics
    5.0 / 5.0
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Q:
I have it but it’s digital can I still trade it or no
Moneymius1 year ago
A:
Oh no you can be able to trade it back in unless if it was a disc version Of the game, sorry.
Wolf71511 year ago
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Q:
Hello, is this a disc copy or a digital copy (code) ?
Vteo92 years ago
A:
If it doesn’t say it’s the code, it should be the disc itself. Just double check to make sure, and if it’s the same product I bought, then yes, it’s the physical copy.
TeWm Platinum2 years ago
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Is it will be a physical copy of game (on disc)?
Zer0HeaD2 years ago
A:
It should be the disc I think.
Ctracey2 years ago
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Is this the multi-language version?
ob1knbi1 year ago
A:
Yes
Robert 441 year ago
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Q:
is this scary or is it scary from the graphics I played the first one but never really got scared
TabascoTurtle2 years ago
A:
I wouldn't call it scary. I'd call some moments disturbing and traumatic if you were emotionally invested in the characters. It's very emotional.
Bloopitybloop2 years ago
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