The Last of Us
The Last of Us - Gustavo Santaolalla
After playing The Last of Us, I have realized that video games have finally reached the point where they can be as profound as literature and film. The Last of Us is one of those few immersive stories that challenge you to think on how the human condition is both beautifully strong and tragically frail. When the game starts you may think this is like every zombie story ever made where the dead rise and it’s up to a rag-tag group to survive. Instead, the game is about how hope struggles to survive in a world filled with despair and destruction. The zombies are not the destroyers of this world, we are. Humanity in all its fragility is capable of becoming much destructive than any epidemic or natural disaster. How do we continue hoping when it’s that very hope that can kill us? How do we continue living when there is nothing to live for? Why try to stay in the light when we are surrounded by darkness? These are the very questions that The Last of Us answers. This game will tear you apart and take you on a journey that you have only experienced in great literature or film thus far.
"I struggled for a long time with surviving. And you — No matter what, you keep finding something to fight for."
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