The Last of Us by Janice Chu

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I kind of love this piece of art from Janice Chu, which shows all the various ways you can kill Clickers and bandits in The Last of Us. Granted, you run into a lot more bricks and bats than you do automatic weapons, but I do believe this is every tool of destruction from the game.

I have not yet played the remastered edition of the game which will have all these in glorious next-gen level graphics, but I remember still being impressed with how the game looked when I went back to play the most recent segment of DLC. Usually jumping back a generation automatically makes everything look terrible, but not so with The Last of Us, which is probably PS3’s most gorgeous game, and will be until that console breathes its last.

 

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