On the Internet there is never a lack of people who come and go for games. However, The Last of Us Part 2 release might be the most divided and chaotic I’ve ever seen, making it seem like a total war between critics and players, and between players and players. Few games have justified this conversation, some of them healthy and others absolutely horrible. It even got to the point where one of the game’s actors received threats, which is unpleasant. Therefore, I will try to harmonize my thoughts and feelings about The Last of Us Part 2 in an appearance of coherence in the following 4,000+ words. Yes, it will be long, friends.
And then there is mocapping, animation, and acting, all of which are nothing less than top-notch. The game transitions so smoothly between the actual game and the cut scenes in the game that I was often completely caught up. Not only is it amazing to see the actors’ facial movements, but you’ll also see every little bit of body language, like how Ellie will play with her fingers when she’s nervous. Of course, Ashley Johnston reprises her role as Ellie and does an amazing job alongside a fantastic cast.